Entering the main entrance, on the ground floor there is a storage room, a covered garage and an interior marbled 14-steps staircase leading to the first floor.
On the first floor, there are 3 bedrooms, two of which have large balconies with amazing and unlimited sea view, while the other one being the master room has en-suite bathroom, a/c and a balcony.
There is also a bathroom with a shower.
A second internal marbled staircase leads to the second floor, where you can find an open plan area including the living room, armed with fireplace for the cold winter days and an a/c, the dining room with big balconies doors that lead to two comfortable and big covered terraces.
Being a true haven of rest, you can enjoy the magnificent view of the crystal blue waters of the area and of the city of Chania during all day long or alternatively indulge in a drink during the evening, having memorable moments with friends and family!
There is also a very comfortable and modern kitchen, beautifully designed with large cupboards, and a balcony.
Despite the unobstructed sea view as an advantage of this brilliant maisonette, there are solar photovoltaics generating electrical power that ensure the sufficiency of the property to all of the electricity needed.
Last but not least, the maisonette has a solar power system and an autonomous heat system, while it is protected by perimeter fences.
Right where the heart of the city beats, in a well-established area that is provided with a short distance from all the amenities of the center, as well as only 5km from Kalathas beach, this maisonette is a chance no one wants to lose!
Always the first thing you hear about Chania is the Venetian Harbour, the Old Port, the narrow shopping streets and the waterfront restaurants.
Chania is also one of the two places you are most likely to see on arriving in Crete. It is beautiful. In Chania you will want to see the harbour, the old buildings, museums, churches and crafts shops.
Food is offered in great variety .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.
The atmosphere has a touch of Florence and Venice, combined with the culture and character of Cretan people and traditions.
The Chania harbour 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 of them have been destroyed by the ravages of war and plunder.