The land is approximately 6km from Monemvasia South towards and beyond Nomia, Just beyond the seaside hamlet or village of Xifias is a right turn which is the road to the village Foutia, the plot is located on a turn on this road.
It is a sloping piece of land up towards the area of 'National Forest' with panoramic sea views.
It consists of 4000 sqm which is the required allocation to build a house, with access from the road which erases any access issues. There is a smaller plot also included in the sale.
Water is obtainable by an, as yet, un-dug borehole.
Xifias is a quiet and friendly village in Southeast Laconia, located in a natural bay with beautiful beaches. It offers good food in restaurant and taverns and stays in beautiful hotels.
Xifias is located 95km far from Sparta and 5.5 km from Monemvasia.
Why not construct a house that is completely off-grid, with solar panels and your own well, you will be free of utility bills.
It may be possible to place solar panels on plot 2 to supply your electricity, also plot 2 may be more suitable for sinking a well as it is at the foot of the hil. A waste pit will need to be sunk closer to any build. There are electrical posts within meters of the plot.
Depending on what you envision for this plot, building plans for a villa with a swimming pool will cost you approximately €12,000 euros, to have a villa built, again depending on your needs will cost between €150-200,000 euros.
Were you aware you can place a mobile home on land in Greece without any planning permission!
Email me and I will send you some examples of ex-pats who are doing just this!
Also certain prefabricated buildings require limited planning permission.
The British owner (a doctor) purchased the land in 1994 and planned to build a home to retire to as they have friends in this vicinity, however work and family obligations meant plans were delayed, the gentleman is now retired in Devon.
Hit the internet and see if you will find a more competitively priced building plot with these panoramic sea views in this area, you wont I checked!
So what is the process of buying a property in Greece, contact the agent, then if you are convinced you are sure the property is for you, you then need to find a reliable lawyer (a must) the lawyers will communicate with one another, you will need a tax number, open a Greek bank account, the two lawyers will arrange a meeting with a notary, the notary will want to see a certificate issued from the tax office stating that tax has been paid, the notary will also want a modern survey of any land for sale, once the notary is satisfied all is legal, a contract is excepted, agents get paid, a deposit is paid to the seller, and usually two other meetings are convened, on the third meeting property changes hands.
If you are a U.K resident it is not nessecarry to open a Greek Bank Account, the transaction can take place within the U.K as the seller is also a U.K resident, the transaction for the property produces a “pink slip” under Greek law this is excepted as a legal transaction.
My commission is £1500 payable in the U.K.