The house is in the traditional village of Tholaria, 3 km and 5 minutes by car from the port and the large sandy beach of Aegiali. It is in a quiet spot in the centre of the village near the restaurants, bars, church and conveniently accessible by car. The main parking is 200 m from the house.
The view from the house is towards to sea, the islands of Naxos and Donoussa, the surrounding hills and the beautiful archaeological site of Ancient Aegiali, Vigla.
The beautiful beaches of Levrossos and Aegiali are 5 minutes by car, while the outstanding cove of Mikri Glyfada, one of the landmarks of Amorgos, is 30 minutes on foot from the house.
The house is 155.49 m2 in 3½ stories with a patio of 64.89 m2, a terrace of 30 m2 and a balcony. The house has four bedrooms, three bathrooms (one with a bathtub and two with shower), a living room (with a classical Greek wooden bench, a sofa and a traditional chest), a large fully furnished kitchen and a storage of 24.75 m2 (with a boiler for hot water and heating, the washing machine, a basin and storage space).
The house is sold fully furnished and has independent heating, phone and internet line.
The house was built in 2005 in full compliance with anti-seismic rules.
The house is very bright with many windows and doors. It has wooden doors and windows in the typical Cycladic blue, red-coloured floors, and the patio painted with Amorgos’s traditional white flowers.
On the patio is a large stone table for 8 to 12 people, with a pergola covered by a bougainvillaea. There are also two lemon trees and a pomegranate tree.
Tholaria is a picturesque mountain village whit narrow alleys and traditional whitewashed houses. It is surrounded by mountains with beautiful walking paths full of herbs and flowers. Here you get a unique opportunity to be a part of Greek village life. The locals live mostly from traditional trades and are well known for their hospitality. Just outside the village is Vigla, the acropolis of the ancient city of Aegiali.
The village has several kafenion and taverns where they serve food from local products in a very nice and friendly atmosphere. Tholaria is known to have the best fava (yellow lentil puree) in Greece because the soil is full of minerals and many locals still do the whole procedure by hand.