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4 bedroom house with sea views and olive grove

250,000 €
  • Total area
    110 m²
  • Land area
    2,000 m²
  • Bedrooms
    4
  • Bathrooms
    2
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  • Balcony or terrace
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Sea view

Located in the wonderful area of Mochlos, just 1km from the village with the taverns, cafes and other shops, and only a few minutes’ walk from the coast and a pebble beach. Within a private plot of 2000 m², the building is approximately 110 m² on 2 floors. The property is in good condition and can be used right away. It consists of: Ground floor, Entrance of the house is through a covered wooden porch which offers great shade and nice views. Inside is an open plan Kitchen/Living/Dining room with fireplace, Two double bedrooms and a bathroom with bash, sink and toilet. First floor, Two bedrooms which share a large terrace. This terrace offers stunning views of the sea, the island of Mochlos and the surrounding hills. and a bathroom with shower, sink and toilet. Exterior, The land of approx. 2000 m² is mainly flat. There is an olive grove with about 25 trees to the back of the house. Many flowers, lemon trees and other fruit trees surround the house. To the side of the house is a covered parking space and a small storage room. There is plenty of space in front of the house for parking. It is possible to construct a swimming poll on this land. Mochlos is a picturesque fishing village set in a landscape of great natural beauty. It combines a tranquil, relaxing atmosphere with friendly local inhabitants and a range of tavernas and bars renowned throughout Crete. You can visit the small island of Mochlos with its archaeological site of an ancient Minoan settlement, swim in the crystal clear waters of the bay or just watch the unforgettable colours of the sunrise and sunset. The town of Ierapetra is about 25mins away and Agios Nikolaos is about 30/35mins away. Both towns have all types of shops and amenities that you would expect to find in a modern European town.

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