Real Estate in Greece

Best offers in Greece

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Villa on Corfu, Greece
1 200 000 €
Floor area 302 sq.m
This luxurious villa of 302sqm is situated in the East side of property can become either your dream holiday house or an amazing investment opportunity since its repetitive clientele bring income...

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Apartment in Marousi, Greece
350 000 €
Floor area 86 sq.m, 3 rooms
Boutique style Residential Building, located in prime location in Marousi. Enjoy the luxury of privacy, the coziness of a small building with attention to the detail, in the area of Marousi,...

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Villa on Corfu, Greece
1 560 000 €
Floor area 403 sq.m, 13 rooms
A beautiful estate set in the traditional village of Agios Markus overlooking the coast, containing not one but three traditionally stone built individual houses. The plot itself has a breathtaking...

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Flat in Athens, Greece
395 000 €
Floor area 158 sq.m, 4 rooms
The apartment is located on the first floor. Total area 158 sq.m. Living area 113 m2. This is a luxurious residence with all modern amenities and...

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Compilations by Greece

Property compilations based on a region

Islands of the Aegean and Ionian seas
Islands of the Aegean and Ionian seas
Greece’s coastline features more than 6000 islands of various sizes, and less than a hundred of them are inhabited. The most prestigious Greek properties are located there. Houses and apartments may be purchased in well-known historic regions of Rhodes (3), Lesbos and Corfu (245), or in such resort areas as Santorini (2), Mykonos (3) and Thasos. Due to limited space and proximity to the sea, property values are rather high on these islands, however affordable properties are also always available on the market.
Central Greece and Peloponnese
Central Greece and Peloponnese
The cradle of ancient civilization, the birthplace of Arts and Sciences, this part of Greece will first and foremost appeal to lovers of history. Today, however, this once vibrant area is a quiet agricultural region. The only exception is the capital, Athens (1852), where life is in full swing all year round. A house offered directly by the owner can be purchased in any part of ancient Greece: the Peloponnese (2) in the vicinity of Corinth (1) in Attica (14), on the island of Evia (1).
Northern Greece
Northern Greece
This area is mostly popular among property buyers because of its famous resort – Chalkidiki (656), which consists of three adjacent peninsulas: Kassandra (245), Sithonia (150), and Mt. Athos. The first two are best known for their beaches and picturesque landscape, while Mount Athos is a center of religious activity, which houses numerous monasteries. Not only tourists, but also businessmen are attracted to the largest city in Northern Greece - Thessaloniki (1075), since it’s an important economic center and transportation hub.
Crete
Crete
The famous Palace of Knossos, also known as the Labyrinth of the Minotaur is not the only attraction of this island. Modern Crete has become one of the best-developed resort regions in Mediterranean. That said, most popular Greek tourist destinations always attract home buyers. Compared to other islands, apartments and villas on Crete may be purchased fairly cheap, for example, at such resorts as Rethymno, Stavromenos and Elounda (2).
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