2 Stunning Villas and 2 plots of land for sale in Chania Crete in Greece
Euro Resales Property iD: 9826428
We present to you the following plots that are available for sale in the area of Stavros Akrotiri, Chania, Crete island in Greece.
This is a perfect portfolio for an investor
1) The following two plots together can be sold to an investor with a price of € 500,000. One is 998.67m2 (left in the photo) inside which there is a house of 30m2 and the second 852.18m2 (right of the photo) with an existing prefabricated house of 22.29sq.m. This is the maximum building coverage.
2) The following plot of land with a total area of 1429.29 sq.m. at the price of € 1,700,000 with a two-storey house with a basement, with a total area of 410.79 sq.m. and swimming pool, chapel, bbq.
3) 3)The following plot of land of 598.00 sq.m. with ground floor house of 96.95 sq.m. with storage and covered parking, at the price of € 400,000.
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if you wish we can arrange a what’s up live presentation so as to understand further the location that the properties are ( there is a sandy virgin beach in front) and the good condition of the premises. Have in mind that if somebody interested to buy all properties together, we can lower the price upon discussion.
About the Area
Chania is a city on the northwest coast of the Greek island of Crete. it’s known for its 14th-century Venetian harbor, narrow streets and waterfront restaurants. At the harbor entrance is a 16th-century lighthouse with Venetian, Egyptian and Ottoman influences. Opposite, the Nautical Museum has model ships, naval objects and photographs. The former monastery of St. Francis houses the Archaeological Museum of Chania.
Chania is a small, picturesque town worth getting to know, where you’ll almost certainly stay longer than you intended, enjoying tasty food, the wonderful harbour, old buildings. great architecture and many more.
Chania is also one of the two places you are most likely to see on arriving in Crete.
it is beautiful – that is to say, much of the Chania you will want to see is clustered close to the harbour – old buildings, museums, churches and crafts shops (some with genuinely interesting and sometimes local, products on offer).
The Venetian, Turkish, traditional and modern architecture coexist in harmony in the city of Chania, creating a unique and attractive scenery for the visitors. Archaeological sites, temples, squares, and unique buildings adorn the attractive city of Chania.
The old city of Chania constitutes a unique historical monument, for which have been made many efforts by the State and the local authorities to preserve and project its historical character.
Despite the intense touristic development of the last few decades, the interventions, the disasters, and the aspect of modern architecture, the old city managed to preserve its historical and its unique architectural character to a great extent.
The city of Chania is built – according to the archaeological research – on the ruins of ancient Kydonia, which according to mythology was founded by king Kydon and was one of the most important cities Of Crete, as Homer mentioned, whereas Kydonians are supposed to be a pre-Hellenic tribe. Chania is a wonderful mixture result of Eastern and Western civilizations.
During the ancient period (3.000-2.800 B.C.) the old harbor was used by the ancient Minoans, as a crossroad of all five Continents. Furthermore, this harbor hosted ancient Kydonia to the late 7th century A.D., one of the most important cities of ancient Crete, while it was conquered many times during the past by Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Turks, Hebrews, Egyptians, and Arabs, till the end of the 19th century, when it was liberated. Finally, Chania – as well as the whole Crete – was united with independent Greece in 1913 with the significant help of the great Greek politician Eleftherios Venizelos.
Food is offered in great variety and sometimes great similarity – there are many restaurants and also cafes, at which to reflect upon the experiences of places you have just explored together with the enjoyment of some tasty food – we have suggestions for restaurants further on.
The atmosphere has a touch of Florence and Venice (a few years ago when those cities still had some room to walk), combined with the culture and character of Cretan people and traditions.
The Chania harbor is wonderful and at any particular time of day the light produces a different result, creating a “different place”.
This is the best chance to see some of the old buildings – of Venetian and Turkish design, that Crete once had across the island – many have since been destroyed by the ravages of war and plunder.
Chania is surrounded by numerous rich options for sightseeing, exploration, and discovery. Mountain villages provide a view into the “inner Crete”. The Samaria and many other gorges can be hiked, archaeological sites abound.
Contact Euro Resales Ltd to book an inspection.