The property consists of an old olive oil factory (liotrivi) in a pedestrian area in Tholaria, entirely made of stone with much of the original equipment: the press, winch, the original granite millstones and a round granite-surfaced work table, plus one cylindrical granite millstone, a large stone oven with a vaulted roof in excellent condition, as well as a cistern with a stone vault that is 5 meters deep which can be used for water or eventually to create a living or storage space.
The total of the area is 113.25 m² with the possibility of building a second floor for a total of 114.84 m² of living area, leaving space for a large courtyard plus two verandas on the first floor (one looking over the bay of Aegiali and the gorge, while the other looks onto the courtyard, the mountains and the valley).
The architectural permit provides for the construction of two living spaces which eventually could be joined. The permit was issued in November 2019, and is valid for 4 years, with the possibility of renewing it for 4 more years. The permit includes the archeological commission’s approval as well as all the construction studies and assessments, such as plumbing, electrical wiring, statics, perspectives, etc. As it is, the property is ready to be built.
The structure is rich with original details, with large and small niches, a fireplace, massive stones, etc. The perfectly intact arch will become a large full-length door window opening onto the courtyard.
Please find attached the various permits, photographs, renderings (some inconsistencies here as the sea view is fuller than shown on the rendering), watercolors, etc. The price including all permits and documentation.
Tholaria is a picturesque mountain village whit narrow alleys and traditional whitewashed houses. Surrounded by mountains with beautiful walking paths full or herbs and flowers. Here you get a unique opportunity to take part in the Greek village life. The locals still live mostly from traditional trades and they 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 for instance known to have the best fava (yellow lentil puree) in Greece, this because the soil is full of minerals and many locals still do the whole procedure by hand.