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Two-storey villa with a pool and sea views in Chania, Crete, Greece

425,000 €
  • Total area
    131 m²
  • Land area
    2,210 m²
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
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  • 2-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • TV
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Sea view

This is a stonevilla set in a unique location, with unobstructed, breathtaking sea views and less than 3 minutes drive to the crystal clear waters of Ombrogialos Bay. The property has been designed to fully appreciate the views of Aegean Sea, Rethymno Gulf, Psiloritis Mountains and the surrounding wild nature.

There is also a private swimming pool of 36 m² and a spacious covered parking area of 56 m² for 2 cars as well as extra uncovered space for parking more cars.

The garden has been fully landscaped and the owners have paid special attention to it, as it has got a great variety of mature trees, flowers and herbs. The external areas of the villa consist of a BBQ, stone-paved walkways, a stone fountain, stone steps and a large stairway adding to the charm of this lovely villa.

This property is ideal for all year round living or a holiday home.

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The villa’s entrance is from a large partially covered terrace, which leads to a spacious living room and to an airy open-plan living/dining area, which is equipped with a fireplace. The covered veranda with its stone arches can be used in the winter too, as it has been closed with glass doors which open in the summer and give access down to the swimming pool terrace. Addtionally, the ground floor includes a kitchen, a double bedroom, a bathroom and a storage area.

At the upper floor there are 2 double bedrooms, another bathroom and a huge terrace with stunning views across the sea.

There are also 2 storages in the garden as well as the maschinery room with the water tank.


  • Electric gate
  • Central heating operating either with wood or oil
  • Fireplace
  • SAT TV
  • Extra water tank
  • Double glazed windows
  • Aluminium doors and windows
  • Ceiling fans in bedrooms, living room & veranda
  • Stone table and chairs in the garden

Location and nearby infrastructure

The village of Kefalas is a 5 minute drive from there, where two mini markets, four cafes and two tavernas can be found. Additional shopping facilities are available in Vamos, only five kms away. The sandy beaches of Almyrida and Georgioupoli are about a fifteen minute drive. The historic city of Chania is at a distance of 30 kms along the coast to the west.

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