Stone house for sale in Chania Crete
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Code: KH096

Area: Apokoronas

City: Chania,Crete

Location: Kokkino Chorio

Plot size: 209,36sqms

Price: 145,000€


This renovated traditional stone house for sale in Chania Crete is located in the heart of Kokkino Chorio, just a few meters from the village square, in the peninsular of Apokoronas. It has got a total living space of 132,50sqms, arranged over 2 levels. It has been built on a private plot of land of 209,36sqms and it boasts open sea views towards Souda Bay due to its elevated position.

The main entrance of the house leads to an internal stone paved spacious yard, which includes a BBQ and a wood burning oven. The ground floor consists of a large living room, a kitchen with a dining area and a bathroom. The ceiling is made of wooden exposed beams, having kept its Cretan traditional character and style. The bathroom is quite large and has been equipped with a jacuzzi bathtub. A wooden staircase case leads to the upper level of the property, which consists of 2 double bedrooms with a wooden floor and ceiling too. From the master bedroom there is access to a balcony with views over the sea and the village.

All rooms have been equipped with air-condition units for cooling and heating. There is also a wood burning fireplace in the sitting room and the house has got a solar panel too. 

The house has been renovated according to the original plans and it has kept its Cretan traditional architecture and character. It is only a few minutes walk from the square of Kokkino Chorio where there are two mini markets and a small selection of tavernas.

NOTABLE ASPECTS * Traditional Cretan stone house of 132,5sqms on 2 levels * Built on a private plot of 209,36sqms * 2 bedrooms & 1 bathroom * Air-condition units * Fireplace * Fitted kitchen with electrical appliances * Panoramic sea and mountain views * BBQ area * Just 200 mtrs from the village’s square with mini markets and tavernas * 2 kms to sandy beach


Village: 200 mtrs

Chania airport: 35 kms

Souda port: 20 kms

Nearest beach: 2 kms

Chania city center: 22 kms

Shops & amenities: 2 kms


  • Air-Conditioning
  • Fireplace
  • Fitted bathrooms
  • Guttering and exterior water drainage
  • Internal Light Fixtures
  • Mountain View
  • Outdoor BBQ
  • Private parking area
  • Sea View
  • Shopping nearby
  • Solar water heating panel
  • Stone boundary walls
  • Sun terrace
  • Utilities Nearby
  • Wardrobes in all bedrooms
  • Washing machine
  • Window shutters
  • Within Residential Area

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.

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