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Manor from two furnished villas with a private garden, a parking, terraces and views of the sea and mountains, Chania, Greece

890,000 €
  • Total area
    490 m²
  • Land area
    4,100 m²
  • Bedrooms
    6
  • Bathrooms
    5
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Features
  • Total rooms: 9
  • 2-floor building
  • Built in 2004
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Furnished
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Sea view
  • Mountain view

A large estate consisting of two villas connected by a main balcony and a passage in the basement.

The plot of 4,100 m² is surrounded by a fence: driving through an automatic gate, a garden in landscape design with stone paths and flower gardens, a private road, a parking for six cars.

The construction of the year 2004 was completely repaired in 2010.

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We can help you get a Golden Visa (permit without tax residence) when buying a property worth €250,000 or more.

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Interior

The total area of the villas of 490 m² offers two living rooms, two kitchens, four fireplaces, six bedrooms, a study, five bathrooms, two laundry rooms, storage rooms and terraces with an area of 200 m². From the terraces and verandas, there is an overview of over 180 degrees opens up on the sea, the banks and the sunset.

Equipment

Doors, window frames and blinds are made of aluminum, there are mosquito nets on the windows, solar panels, central heating, an alarm system.

Location and nearby infrastructure

The estate is located on the western Crete, the Akrotiri peninsula. The distance from the city of Chania is about 30 minutes drive, the airport is about 15 minutes by car. In walking distance — an equipped beach with light sand, tavren, cafes, shops.

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