The olive press of Kombitsi
Opposite the manor house of the aristocratic family Kombitsi in the village with the same name Kombitsi, is located this olive press that belonged to this wealthy family in the 18th century.
This historic property constructed in 1740 underwent a major renovation in the eighties though early elements and features have been retained giving the villa an authentic atmosphere. At present the property would need some renovation works but has great potential for investment.
The villa of a total living area of 316 m2 is disposed on one level, composed as follows:
Spacious entrance hall (51 m2), a living room with an old stone fireplace (74 m2) and patio windows opening up to the large garden, the kitchen (21 m2) gives access to the front garden.
Further on the left wing there are two rooms currently being used as an additional sitting room with fireplace and a study.
The right wing of the villa consists of three bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en suite) and vestibule.
Beside and on a lower level there is an independent guest apartment of 58 m2 which is in need of refurbishment and comprises of one bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen.
The villa is embraced by lush gardens (land of 3274 m2) on different levels and shaded terraces. There is a carpool for two cars.
FEATURES: Historical stone construction, arches, shaded terraces, vaulted ceilings, terracotta flooring, old stone fireplace, ceilings with wooden beams, brick-built arches, well, stone mill.
Kombitsi is situated on the edge of a pine tree forest on the top of a slope not far from Corfu town and the West coast, close to the yacht marina in Gouvia and the Golf course.