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New villa with a communal pool and sea views in Agia Pelagia, Crete, Greece

480,000 €
  • Total area
    180 m²
  • Land area
    392 m²
  • Bedrooms
    4
  • Bathrooms
    3
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Features
  • 3-floor building
  • Sea at 500 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Sea view

A luxurious 3-storey 180 m² stone villa on a 392 m² hillside plot with amazing sea views located on an exclusive estate of 5 similar villas overlooking the stunning Agia Pelagia bay. The 80 m² pool is shared with the 3 neighbouring villas.

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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 villa has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms plus guest WC. Internal doors are Italian, high quality German windows and doors are of imitation wood, double glazed windows, screens and electric shutters. The 20 m² (approx.) verandas are covered and have glass panels so the view is not obstructed by rails. The bedrooms floors are of oak wood and the ceilings are wooden; the remaining rooms are tiled. Wardrobes have sliding glass doors.

Equipment

The Italian designed kitchen is fully equipped and furnished. The bathrooms are also of excellent design and quality, fully fitted and equipped. The villa is fully heated with independent thermostats, pre-installation for air conditioning, solar water heating with electric back up. There is a video-audio entry system linked to main complex entrance. There is an independent 5 m³ water tank. Trees, bushes and grass suited to the local climate have been planted and an automatic watering system has been installed in all areas. Each villa has a paved and lit access road and two exclusive parking spaces.

Location and nearby infrastructure

The sea is at 500 metres linear; Heraklion airport and port within 20 km.

Agia Pelagia was once a fishing village with the surrounding areas devoted to farming and agriculture. In the 1970’s the beauty of the area with is bays and coves began to become and grow into a popular holiday resort, both for locals and foreigners. There are seasonal shops, tavernas, medical services and tourism services. A couple of small supermarkets and tavernas stay open for the winter. The bay is protected from the wave-creating north winds, so the sea is nearly always calm.

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