- Living room
- Underfloor heating and cooling system
Stone House for sale in Gavalochori Apokoronas. This A-class, yet traditional house of 230sqm with five bedrooms and a 200sqm basement, is a stunning property suitable for both permanent living or to be used as a successful holiday rental.
The house is stone-built with excellent taste in an impressive architectural design.
It stands on a 600sqm private plot and spreads on two levels, while it comes with a private garage.
Constructed in 2008 to high quality standards, it boasts a convenient layout with ample living spaces.
It consists of a huge living room and a luxurious kitchen with granite countertops, as well as five grand bedrooms and four generous sized bathrooms.
The greatest feature of the house is the outdoor areas, presenting huge terraces and BBQ facilities, the perfect spot to unwind and enjoy relaxing moments of inner peace.
The house is equipped with underfloor heating system for heating and cooling, electric shutters, cameras and a CCTV system.
Imagine sitting on the terraces, watching beautiful sunrises, fireflies, and the stars in the evening with the amazing sounds of nature.
Stone House for sale in Gavalochori Apokoronas Location:
Gavalochori is a village situated in the Apokoronas area and not far from the sea side resort of Almirida. It can be reached on the Almirida – Gavalochori – Vamos route.
Gavalochori has been designated a Traditional Village and is certainly one of the most interesting and beautiful in Crete.
It is in high demand as a village home and holiday villa destination. High standards are maintained.
The village is of historical importance. It is named after the Byzantine family of Gavalodon. In the village there are remains from the Byzantine, Venetian and Turkish periods, and artefacts found in Gavalochori proof that the village was inhabited in earlier times (Minoan, Neolithic and Roman times)
On the village square of Gavalochori there is a World war II memorial. In Gavolochori you can visit the Historical and Folklore museum, which is housed in a building from Venetian and Turkish origin and has original stone arches.
The village square, with its coffee shops and excellent tavernas, has not lost any of its character
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