Villa for sale in Chania Crete
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Information

Code: AH057


Area: Akrotiri


City: Chania, Crete

Location: Koundoupidiana


Plot size: 2525,55sqms


Price: 500,000€ (reduced from 700,000€)

Description

This is a super modern luxury villa for sale in Chania Crete, located in the village of Kounoupidiana on the peninsula of Akrotiri, enjoying unobstructed and breathtaking views towards the Aegean. The villa has 360,57sqms of living space on 4 levels. It is a 3 bedroom house, set on a private land plot of 2525,55sqms and according to the plans, there is an infinity swimming pool of 120sqms, which will be constructed.

The property has not been completed yet and it is for sale at its present condition. It has been built to very high quality standards and any potential buyer can equip it with fittings of his choice. The innovative and super modern design, as well as the latest building techniques and materials make this property really special.

NOTEABLE ASPECTS

* 4-level house with 360,57sqms total, of living space * Private land plot of 2525,55sqms * Outstanding, panoramic sea and mountain views * 3 bedrooms * 4 bathrooms + 1 WC * Possibility of having an extra apartment of the basement *Storage rooms * Laundry room * Extensive covered terraces and balconies * Covered parking area for 3 cars in the basement  * Close to sandy beaches * Easy access to shops, schools, all amenities, supermarkets

Distances

Village: 1 km


Chania airport: 7 kms


Souda port: 10 kms

Nearest beach: 800 mtrs


Chania city center: 9 kms


Shops & amenities: 1 km

Features

  • Air-Conditioning
  • Beach nearby
  • Built-in kitchen electrical appliances
  • Fitted bathrooms
  • Fitted designer kitchen
  • Fitted wardrobes in all bedrooms
  • Full damp-proof course
  • Full insulation in walls, floor, ceiling
  • Garage
  • Outdoor BBQ
  • Outdoor shower
  • Private parking area
  • Private swimming pool
  • School nearby
  • Sea View
  • Shopping nearby
  • Solar water heating panel
  • Stone boundary walls
  • Utilities Nearby
  • Window shutters
  • Within Residential Area

Area Information

Agios Onoufrios / Kounoupidiana:

The areas of Agios Onoufrios and Kounoupidiana are located on the peninsular of Akrotiri, just 7-10 kms northeast of the historic centre of Chania city. They are much sought after areas especially by the locals who wish to live outside the city but still be close to all amenities. Agios Onoufrios is closer to the coastline. Kounoupidiana is fast expanding and now offers a wide variety of shopping facilities and amenities such as large supermarkets, banks, travel agency, restaurants, fast food outlets and stores. The Technical University of Crete is also located here, as are primary and secondary schools. Both areas are quiet and are only a short drive away from the beautiful sandy beaches of Kalathas and Stavros.

The area of Akrotiri:

The Akrotiri Peninsula features some of the most beautiful and clean sandy beaches of Chania offering water sports activities, including well-known Stavros beach where Zorbas the Greek was filmed, Kalathas and Tersanas. Kalathas beach is a beautiful sandy beach lined with pine trees in the south and a small islet at swimming distance and features cafes and traditional tavernas. Tersanas is another fine sandy beach with shallow waters suitable for children. A variety of wild birds and turtles find haven in this peaceful area which is so diverse, offering endless possiblilities to the visitor, from birdwatching, horseriding, hiking or simply relaxing and enjoying the scenery. There are also several churches and historically significant monasteries in the area such as the impressive Agia Triada and Moni Gouvernetou built in the 16th century, a visit to which is highly recommended.

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