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Suites Hotel for Sale in CreteReference No : #02-264
Location : Greece :: Crete :: Chania
Category : Hotels

Suites Hotel for Sale in Crete, Located in a privileged location just at 30m from the sea in the Koum Kapi area of Chania, a three storey corner building of 150
boasting two modernally decorated maisonetes and one studio apartment, definetely a smart investment and an opportunity to own your successful business in beatiful Chania!


This corner building is recently renovated, in excellent condition and has two separate entrances on each of its sides.

The first entrance leads to the two identical maisonettes spreading on the first and second floor.

On their first level there is a colourful open plan living and kitchen area and a wooden staircase leads to the second level where one can find a bedroom and a bathroom.Moreover one of the maisonettes has a balcony where you can enjoy your morning coffee before starting off a delightful day!

The second entrance on the other side of the building leads to a cozy yet comfortable studio apartment. There is an open plan living and dining area which is equipped with a beautiful kitchenete and a separate space where the bedroom is situated.

A well proportioned beautiful building in the centre of Chania, only steps to the sea, what more can one ask for?


Koum Kapi is a district of the city of Chania, located just outside the eastern walls of the old town of Chania.

Along the seaside road of Miaouli Coast in Koum Kapi, there are cafes, restaurants and bars, all by the sea and overlooking the endless blue of the Cretan Sea.So, think about Koum Kapi as an additional place for a stroll just outside the old town of Chania, and a couple of hundred meters away of the old harbour of Chania.

At the northeastern part of Chania, the Venetians created an artificial peninsula entirely into the sea and built a bastion over it, the Sabbionara bastion, which means "Bastion of sand."

The current name of the Koum Kapi district has been preserved since the Turkish rule in Chania.

When the Turks conquered Chania, found the Venetian Porta Sabbionara leading to the sandy shore. So they specified the area named it as "Kum Kapi" which in Turkish language means "Gate of Sand."

The Gate of Sand is the only of the three gates of the Venetian fortifications that exist today at the intersection of Epimenidou street and Miaouli street, partly modified during the Turks period.

The amendment is seen within the gate, where it was partially built to reduce its internal dimensions, and also a part of the gate on its seaside was demolished.

Today, the small interior of the Sabbionara gate in Koum Kapi, is used as a cultural exhibition hall.

Price (Euros) 380000
Build area (m²) 150
Air Condition yes
Electricity yes
Water yes
Distance to airport, km 15
Distance to beach, km 0,03
Town Distance, km 0,3
Furnished yes
Contact us - Main office
Contact us - Main office


+30 28210 57111
+30 28210 58881
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Chania - Kydonia - CHANIA
Chania - Kydonia - CHANIA
Chania is a beautiful town with 60.000 inhabitants. Built on the edge of the Cretan Sea, it consists of the old part within the Venetian walls, the modern town and the historical quarter of Halepa.

Worth visiting are the Archaelogical Museum, the Museum of Historical Archives, the old quarter and the harbour.

Chania offers every kind of recreation, services and shops selling fine merchandise and souvenirs.

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