medieval city,UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE of Rhodes
This cluster of houses is for sale, located in the most ancient part of the Medieval Town of Rhodes Island and close to the beach.It consists of 3 houses, in a nice and quite neighborhood with a parking space, and only 10 minutes walking from all the stores and facilities of Rhodes Town.150 m to the sandy beach.Very rare it has a garden with 2 entrances .
The first house consists of 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with a massage shower, living room,2 fireplaces (1 in the first floor & 1 in the living room), and the kitchen. A second bathroom with shower and entrance from the garden.The entire house was renovated in 2016 and has central heating, air conditions, double glass windows and a yard of 55.50m2. Its total surface comes up to 132m2 (66m2 ground floor & 66m2 1st floor).
The second house consists all open space of 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom with round tab , fireplace, kitchen, and the living room and a big yard. The entire house was renovated in 2016 and has lines for central heating, double glass windows and a yard of 18.50m2. Its total surface comes up to 78.27m2 (38.18m2 ground floor & 40.09m2 1st floor).
The third house is the smaller one and consists of 1,5 bedrooms, 1 bathroom,fireplace and the living room and a yard. The entire house was renovated in 2016 but the most wonderful thing that this house has is a roof about 35m2 where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the central port. Its total surface comes up to 62.90m2 (31.45m2 ground floor & 31.45m2 1st floor).You’ll also find a storage room of 13.43m2 for your use.
Each one of them is fully furnished and equipped and ready to welcome its new owner!
It’s also ideal for someone who wishes to start a good business in town!
Do not be misled by the term “medieval” into thinking that what you will see is a ruined and deserted city. When you approach the walls of the Old Town of Rhodes, you are about to enter the oldest inhabited medieval town in Europe. A bustling neighbour hood of some 6000 people, who live and work in the same buildings in which the Knights of St. John lived six centuries ago.It’s a thrill to behold.Medieval buildings, mosques, traditional fountains, oriental motifs,Byzantine and Gothic churches, shops and cafeterias are scattered throughout the Old Town of Rhodes, all blending together to create a unique and picturesque whole. There are roughly 200 streets or lanes that simply have no name. Getting lost here is not a defeat; it’s an opportunity. Whenever you feel the need to find your bearings, you can ask for Sokratous street, which is the closest the Medieval City comes to having a main street. The Palace of the Grand Masters,reconstructed by the Italians in 1940 after it was demolished by a gunpowder explosion in 1856, stands out because of its imposing entrance and well built towers and battlements. The interiors of the buildings,decorated with priceless treasures, are equally impressive.
In the heart of the Medieval Town of Rhodes (or Old Town) you may for sure enjoy one of the most interesting walks on the island.
Irinis, Rodos 851 00, Greece