Stone detached house of particular style and beauty that exudes the air of an earlier era.
It is an old 19th-century Egyptian mansion, restored from the ground up in 1992. It is two hundred and seventy (270) square meters, developed on three levels of 90 square meters and is situated on a plot of 2.440 square meters, planted with fruit trees, flowers and herbs plants.
It has wonderful and incomparable view to Aegean sea and Pelion mountain and it is provided with all the necessary living equipment.
It is a country house designed for people who want to live in a green environment near the sea in a building of special architectural value.
Another Pelion gem constitutes Mouressi, 3 klm north of Tsagarada. It is amphitheatrically built above Pelion's picturesque port of Damouhari and the spacious beach of Papa Nero beyond which follows Pelion's oldest seaside resort of Agios Ioannis [St. John's]. Mouressi has a stunning view of the sea and the mountains. On a clear day one can see Chalkidiki and the sunrise behind Mount Athos. Mouressi overlooks a deep valley whose great beauty is known only to the few lovers of nature, the initiates, who have sought out a guide to take them down the deep recesses of the ravine where two cascading streams form natural pools in whose ice-cold waters only nereids and nymphs have bathed since the dawn of time. The hiker will then resurface into civilization, a changed person with a twinkle in his eye.
The village's flag-stoned, main square is dominated by a tall linden tree that generously lends its shade to the beautiful church of Holy Trinity. A few hundred meters down the main road there is the old church of the Dormition of Virgin Mary, which is a prime example of a basilica, quite artfully built and decorated with an old, carved wooden iconostasi of exquisite craftsmanship.
Mouressi is the ideal base for a walking vacation.