Upon entrance, a truly beautiful wooden staircase leads to the 1st floor where you will find the living room suited with a fireplace, as well as the dining room, and its kitchen fully equipped with built in appliances, made out of inox. The wooden element, is very dominant all over the space, creating this cozy and welcoming environment, inviting you, along with your guests to sit and enjoy each other’s company. While the combination of the dark wood on the classic furniture as well, is perfectly blended with contemporary details, seamlessly merging the vintage and contemporary style. This floor also has its own bathroom, fitted with a shower.
The same wooden staircase continues to take you higher to the 2nd floor. Also tastefully decorated all over, this is the floor where one can find the 2 bedroom both armed with their gorgeous classic but yet modern beds and of course, their wide built in closets. Out of the two bedrooms ,one provides access to a comfortable balcony, covered with a tent, where the cool evenings in the middle of the romance of the city will be easily spent over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine. This floor as well is equipped with its own bathroom which is also fitted with a shower.
From the bedroom to the balcony, there is an outdoor metal staircase, that leads you even higher to the roof, where, one can easily turn onto a roof garden, to be used as a sanctuary, since it allows you to admire the stunning views of the Old Harbor of Chania, as well as the magical sunsets, trapping you in their atmosphere and making you feel like you have entered a different era.
Located only 100m away from the famous municipal market, it gives you the easiest access to all the amenities, either that is shopping, or coffee shops and restaurants of all kinds, and of course the nightlife. Also only 250m from the Etz Hayyim Synagogue, in the Old Town of Chania, which is considered to be one of the most picturesque areas of Greece, infused with romance and extravagance and most importantly sublime sights, to stare at, it is by far the most wonderful part of the city, if not the world!
Apart from everything else, the house is also provided with a solar panel , as well as air conditioning units in all the rooms and of course internet connection for your convenience.
This lovely home is totally renovated and comes fully equipped since it is fully furnished and decorated with great taste and finesse.
An astonishing house is awaiting to become your home!
The "Old Town" consists of the old Venetian harbour and the small Venetian blocks located behind the harbour; it is characterized by narrow and picturesque alleys - similar to an enchanting labyrinth - full of life, and the plentiful remaining Venetian and Turkish buildings. The Lighthouse, the Fortress of Firka, the Mosque of Kioutsouk Hasan, the Great Arsenali and the Neoria have become landmarks of the city. Most of the buildings are rejuvenated and they compose a puzzle of contemporary, Venetian and Turkish architecture; they are also a 'living' exhibition of the city's history. Today they work as shops, taverns, cafes and touristic accommodations.
The most famous part of the Old Town is the lively round waterfront along the Venetian harbour, which is full of small hotels, cafes, restaurants, taverns and bars. The Lighthouse at the end of the harbour is a landmark of Chania.
Inside the "Old town" there are various districts. The Daliani district was a place where Turks used to live and the Dominican church of Saint Nicolas still remains. The Kasteli district used to be a noble district, where many mansions were located in the past. At the end of its central road, the "Sintrivani" square is located, where the gentlemen were gathered for coffee, walking or political conversation. Today this area is regarded as the entrance to the old town and it is full of cafes, restaurants and small bars. In that district it is also located the mosque of Hasan pasha. The "Akti Kountourioti" is a place with local shops, where many young and older people gathered for entertainment in the bars and restaurants nearby. There is also the Topana district which is named that way because of the cannons (topia) that the Turks had placed there.