old building for sale in Chania
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Information

Code: CH017


Area: Chania


City: Chania, Crete

Location: Old Town


Plot size:


Price: 500,000€

Description

This old building for sale in Chania is located in the heart of the old Venetian district in the sought after area of “Machairadika”, on the island of Crete. It is a 3-storey building of 600sqms  and after being renovated can host a beautiful boutique hotel or a traditional mansion.

The area of Machairadika is well-known for its knives shops, where the traditional Cretan knives are being manufactured and sold.

All kind of amenities are a few meters away from the property and the nearest sandy beach is just 2 kms away.

 

Distances

Village: 0


Chania airport: 15 kms


Souda port: 7 kms

Nearest beach: 2 kms


Chania city center: 500 mtrs


Shops & amenities: 500 mtrs

Features

  • Beach nearby
  • Within Residential Area

Area Information

The old town of Chania

Chania is very popular for its old town and harbour which is the heart of the area attracting visitors from all over the world. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful and picturesque cities of Greece due to the fact that it has preserved its historical character. The architecture reflects the different cultures and civilizations that lived on the island such as Venetians, Turks and Egyptians. The narrow alleys are surrounded by Venetian mansions and Turkish houses, villas and palazzos, mosques, small churches and a beautiful restored synagogue. Many of these buildings are being used as residences hotels or museums and others as shops, stores, cafes and restaurants.

All modern shops and amenities are within a 10 minute walk from the Venetian harbor as is the sandy beach of Nea Chora.

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