Old stone house in city area
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Information

Code: CH05


Area: Chania city


City: Chania, Crete

Location: Halepa


Plot size: 587sqms


Price: Under offer

Description

An old stone house of 170sqm on two levels of living space, located in the upmarket area of Halepa within Chania city. The semi-detached house is built on a private plot of 587sqm and features a basement of 85sqm, half of which can be utilised as additional living space. The house features five bedrooms and has beautiful sea and city views from the first floor. Built in the 1940s, the house is in excellent condition and ready to restore or renovate. The property is situated in a quiet location within the historical area of Halepa, which is now a highly sought after area for property investment in Chania city.

The ground floor comprises of an entrance hall area which leads to the living room, a separate dining area, the kitchen, one bedroom and the bathroom. A wooden staircase at the end of the hallway leads to the first floor, which features wooden flooring and comprises of the gallery area and four bedrooms. The gallery area has access to a balcony offering city and sea views. There is an 85sqm basement, half of which is on ground level and can be restored as living area, with the other half to be used as storage space. There is an additional storage room of 18sqm on basement level and a utility room of 4sqm on ground floor level. The house is fitted with central radiator heating.

The front courtyard is tiled and features a fully grown lemon tree. There is a stone boundary wall with iron railings around the property.

NOTEABLE ASPECTS * 2-level old stone house of 170sqm * Basement of 103sqm total * Private land plot of 587sqm * Ideal project for restoration or renovation * Sea and city views from the first floor * Five spacious bedrooms * Wooden flooring on first floor * Wooden door and window frames * Central radiator heating * Tiled front courtyard * Stone boundary walls with iron railings * Just 2 kms to Chania old town and harbour * Easy walking distance to shops, schools, amenities

Distances

Village: -


Chania airport: 14 kms


Souda port: 6 kms

Nearest beach: 3 kms


Chania city center: 2 kms


Shops & amenities: 300 mtrs

Features

  • Beach nearby
  • Central radiator heating
  • Fitted bathrooms
  • Internal Light Fixtures
  • Public transport service
  • School nearby
  • Sea View
  • Shopping nearby
  • Storage Room
  • Sun terrace
  • Window shutters
  • Within Residential Area

Area Information

The area of Halepa:

Halepa is one of the most beautiful and historical areas of Chania city, located on the eastern side. The area is considered the Aristocratic district of the city featuring historic buildings and old mansions, many of them in the neoclassical architectural style. The most important political events of Crete took place in Halepa in the late 19th century, such as the signing of the ‘treaty of Halepa’ in 1878 which granted partial autonomy to the island.: During the Cretan Democracy, Halepa was the home of many wealthy merchants and politicians and became the center of the diplomatic activities in Crete. The house of Eleftherios Venizelos is located here, one of the most successful statesmen in Greek modern history. Other historic buildings of the Halepa quarter worth seeing include the old Greek Embassy, the old French Academy, now serving as the Cretan School of Architecture, the palace of Prince George and the picturesque Russian-style church of Saint Magdaline. Today the Halepa district is an upmarket suburb of Chania city, with its rich history evident throughout its neighbourhoods. The area’s proximity to Chania centre and the beautiful views over the city and the coast, make it a highly sought-after area for residence.

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