On the ground floor, one can find the large open-plan area that consists of a living room, a dining room and a modern kitchen, supplied with an electric stove and a dishwashing machine. From the open-plan there is access to a covered veranda of 24 m². This floor also has a restroom with a shower, a small storage room and a bedroom.
To enter the upper level of the house, there is an internal staircase of 17 steps. This floor consists of 2 bedrooms with closets , a bathroom with a bathtub, a separate covered large veranda of 20m² with panoramic views towards the mountains and a laundry room. One of the bedrooms has a balcony of 3m² with Mountain View.
There is also a basement level with a storage room.
The house was built back in 2009 and offers car parking area. It is equipped with independent (oil) heating, A/C throughout, solar panel and internet.
The nearest sandy beach is the local beach Kalathas and it is located 4km away. The city and the airport of Chania are 12 and 4 km away from the house, respectively.
Akrotiri is a rocky promontory on the northern side of the island of Crete, in the Sea of Crete. It is roughly circular in shape, connected to the rest of the island by a wide causeway between Chania and the town of Souda.
To the south, Souda Bay is found between the peninsula and the island. Most of the peninsula is a plateau somewhat elevated from the sea.
There is a string of hills along the northern coast. A variety of flora occur on the rocky promontory of Akrotiri including the herb Taraxacum minimum.
Akrotiri&amp;amp;nbsp; is a peninsula and former municipality in the Chania regional unit, Crete, Greece.
Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Chania, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 112.644 km2 (43.492 sq mi).
Its ancient name was Kiamon while the Byzantines called it Charaka.
The seat of Akrotiri municipality was Pythari. Stavros became famous because of the film Zorba the Greek.