This villa for sale comes on own land of 2.650m², is 100m² plus 40m² basement area, and comes with private swimming pool of 40m² benefiting not only from enjoying unobstructed views but also from large terraces and verandas, and EOT licence making it a sound investment for letting it to holiday makers if desired.
The land is partly surrounded by stone walls and the entrance is provided with a gate. The villa was built just three (3) years ago and one enters into the spacious and bright living area with fireplace, open plan diner and kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with extractor, cooker, hob, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. At the same floor are furthermore the guest toilet coming with shower, basin, toilet and space to place a washing machine, and the first (1) bedroom fitted with air-condition, wardrobe and access onto the terrace.
The upper floor comprises of two (2) good sized bedrooms both allowing access on a big terrace with the most stunning views, and provided with air-co and wardrobes as well; and finally the master bathroom with bathtub, toilet and basin.
The great view can be also enjoyed whilst being in the exterior, either at the BBQ area or whilst having a swim in the enormous pool or in the beautiful landscaped garden.
For the owners convenience the basement consists of two (2) large storage rooms, satellite dish, solar and two (2) water tanks capturing total 17.000l are available, central heating is pre-installed, and the double glazed windows are fitted with insect screens in the bedrooms.
In addition this wonderful property now comes with the rental possibility of minimum one (1) year for 1.200 Euros per month !
Plaka is a village in the Apokoronas, a little bit east of Chania, just above Kalyves and Almyrida. The village is developing rapidly and many new houses are being built but there is still an old village centre with a large square, taverns and a church. On the way from Plaka to coastal villages below there is a magnificent view of Souda Bay and the islands in it. Down the road lies the beach of Almirida and a little bit further you can find the beaches of Kalives.
The village of Plaka has many old houses and there is a large square where you can sit under the shelter of large trees in one of the taverns, and behind that you will find a supermarket which is surprisingly good. The village and the beach of Almyrida are about 1 to 1,5km from Plaka. Here are the ATM machines, souvenir shops, a bakery, a number of small supermarkets, bars and plenty of very good taverns and restaurants where you can eat. Almyrida is a cosy and friendly little town with a couple of beaches (also suitable for people with small children because the sea is shallow).