Independent 3 bedroom house
This property is sold

Click on image to see all photos



Area: Apokoronas

City: Chania, Crete

Location: Kokkino Chorio

Plot size: 2.200 sqms

Price: 250,000€


Located near picturesque Kokkino Horio in the Apokoronas region of Chania, this modern house is set on its own private land of 2,200 sqm. The property enjoys magnificent sea views over Souda Bay and also views to the White Mountains, across the olive groves. The house features 3 bedrooms and offers 101 sqm of living space on two levels.

The villa comes complete with full air-conditioning, underfloor heating, full insulation and damp-proof course, fitted kitchen which includes oven, hob, extractor, fridge/freezer and is specially designed and built for comfortable year-round living.

Construction on this property has not yet commenced, which means changes and adjustments to architectural plans and layout are possible, to fit individual requirements and specifications.

NOTEABLE ASPECTS * Innovatively designed 2-level, 101 sqm villa * Set on private land of 2,200sqm * Beautiful sea views * Three double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes * 2 fitted bathrooms * Fitted kitchen including electrical appliances * Underfloor heating and air conditioning system * Solar panel water heating system – for free hot water year round * Comprehensive building insulation in walls, floor, ceiling * Storage room * Terraces and balconies * Double glazed windows with shutters and insect screens * Landscaped gardens * Private off-road parking * 2 mins drive to Plaka village, 5 mins drive to Almyrida beach Please refer to the features section below for a full list of inclusions.


Village: 500 mtrs

Chania airport: 32 kms

Souda port: 19 kms

Nearest beach: 4 kms

Chania city center: 25 kms

Shops & amenities: 3 kms


  • Beach nearby
  • Built-in kitchen electrical appliances
  • Double glazed windows and balcony doors
  • Electric underfloor heating
  • European standard plumbing
  • Fitted bathrooms
  • Fitted designer kitchen
  • Fitted wardrobes in all bedrooms
  • Full damp-proof course
  • Full insulation in walls, floor, ceiling
  • Fully landscaped gardens
  • Garden irrigation system
  • Grass lawns
  • Guttering and exterior water drainage
  • Insect screen in every room
  • Internal Light Fixtures
  • Italian/Spanish floor tiling
  • Large balcony
  • Mountain View
  • Private parking area
  • Sea View
  • Shopping nearby
  • Solar water heating panel
  • Window shutters

Area Information

The village of Kokkino Chorio:

Kokkino Chorio is an unspoilt, traditional village in the Apokoronas region of Chania, located high on the mountain and offers breathtaking views over the Bay of Souda. The village was one of the sites used in the 1964 film Zorba the Greek. It is a small, hospitable village with a couple of small shops, kafeneion and tavern. More shops and restaurants can be found in the village of Plaka, 3kms away. Kokkino Chorio features a glass factory which produces hand made glass using traditional glass blowing techniques. The coastline northwest of the village is a very interesting place for a stroll due to the ground formation and the various caves.

The region of Apokoronas:

Apokoronas is situated at the foot of the White Mountains in the north-eastern corner of the Chania prefecture and is one of the greenest regions of Crete. The area features numerous interesting sights, such as Lake Kournas, the island’s only freshwater lake and the archeological site of Aptera with its superb views of Souda Bay. Apokoronas features an abundance of historic and picturesque villages with traditional taverns and thriving seaside resorts with beautiful sandy beaches along the coast like Kalyves, Almyrida and Georgioupolis.

Read more information about this area >>

Contact us about this listing

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Telephone

Your Message

How did you hear of us?

Please type the 4 digit security code you see


Share on…
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Pin on PinterestEmail this to someone

Leave a Reply

Translate »