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Samos Property for sale


Samos property for sale


3 bedroom home and two other buildings, one with 3 maisonettes (double storey) and the other with 3 single storey studio apts. The property is three years old but it has hardly been used. It’s a well build anti earth quack structure with all electrical and plumbing done for commercial use. All the property comes fully furnished ready to rent out to clients. Furniture includes all room pine wood tables and chairs, cabinets and chest draws, kitchenettes with all crockery, fridges, electrical appliances reverse cycle air condition units. The bathrooms are fully tiled and have separate wc. On site there is large water storage inground tank as well as town water. An area for inground swimming pool is been allocated and ready for the pool to be installed. It has large frontage on main road and is handy to either sides of the island. Suitable for someone who wishes to leave in the comfy 3brm home and manage the rentals studios and maisonettes. Currently the island has 5month season but a major push from the Tourist development is taken place to extend to 7 month tourist season each year. The price € 450.000 all inclusive


Samos Historical past

Historical info:Foremost among the plains of Samos is Kampos, on the south coast of the island, which is bent forming a broad inlet. The low and marshy shores favoured mooring and anchoring.

The island was inhabited since the Neolithic period and received, by turn, carians, leleges, and from the tenth century BC. It was one of the twelve cities that formed the Ionian Dodecapolis: Chios, Klazomenai, Colophon, Ephesus, Eritrea, Lebeda, Miletus, Miunte, Phocaea, Priene, Teos and supplied him with his ship builders and their sailors.
In Cape alzaba Micale is the shrine of Poseidon , the religious center of the League of the twelve ionian cities.
The dense forests provide a wood exceletne for the construction of boats. The island was rich in olive groves and vineyards. The wine of Samos was not, however, in view of the geographer Strabo, the highest quality.

Koleos of Samos was the first Greek who crossed the columns of Hercules. From 538 to 522 BC., Samos met an era of economic prosperity and great works were undertaken under the reign of Polycrates.