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Sea view house in Chania Old Town. ID 04-1768

Old Town, Chania, Greece

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  • Kitchen
  • Living room
  • Sea view
  • stairs
  • Terrace


Sea view house in Chania Old Town. Prestigiously located within the beautiful narrow alleys of the Old Town, this exquisite 114sqm home boasts an amazing architecture, and stunning views across the sea, the picturesque Old Port, and the imposing buildings of Neoria.

The house benefits from a privileged position, located only a few moments away from the waterfront with its chic restaurants, shops, and cafes.

The magnificent Chania Old Town is the most photographed spot, a point of reference for the city of Chania.

The house is set on a 42sqm private land and spreads over three floors. It dates back to 1800 with a magnificent architectural design, and it has been fully renovated to modern standards, while preserving the traditional elements and features of the older era.

Upon entering the ground floor, we find a spacious kitchen with wooden cabinets and the dining area, while there is also a storage/laundry room. An attractive stone-faced arch decorates the wall, while two large windows allow the sunlight to burst into the room.

18 stone stair steps with beautiful iron railings lead us to the first floor, where we find the two bright bedrooms. One of the bedrooms is a master bedroom with its own bathroom with a shower and 3 large windows, while the second one features one large window.

The second floor is reached via a wooden staircase with a metal railing, and comprises a WC and a large room which is currently used as a sitting area with an office, but it can be coverted into a third luxury en-suite bedroom with a modern fitted bathroom with a shower.

The greatest feature of the house is the 8sqm terrace on the second floor, presenting unlimited stunning views of the mesmerizing sea, the scenic old port and the lovely city of Chania.

This Sea view house in Chania Old Town is the ultimate escape hatch in the most beautiful and sought-after part of the city!


The Old Town of Chania is considered as one of the most alluring and fascinating parts of Crete and the Mediterranean.

A different and amazing aspect of the modern city of Chania is with no doubt the old town that offers you the chance to truly get to know the most amazing part of Crete. The old town has so much to offer you from the Topanas and the Jewish Districts, Santrivani, Splantzia and Kasteli as well as a number of narrow streets and buildings of Venetian, Ottoman and Neoclassical architecture that are jaw-draping.

A mix of Ottoman and Venetian architecture is held in front of your eyes when walking around the old city. The old town around the old Venetian harbor will unravel to you its history from the glorious ancient Minoan times through the Ottoman Turkish period.

Astonishing buildings like venetian town houses and villas to a more Eastern vibe with the town’s numerous Turkish houses, mosques and churches there is no question were the area’s diversity came from. The old city of Chania however is offering an amazing walk to anyone who wishes to travel back in time without being a “Dead” city.

Τake your time to walk around there and feel the magic of the old city casting a spell on you. Try the local delicacies and live like the locals by trying raki or ntakos, the famous Cretan Greek salad, popular all over the world and get an instant love for Mediterranean cuisine! Escape from all the hassle and the noise with an amazing walk around the old city of Chania and you will see for your own that at every corner you will discover something different. Feel the Cretan hospitality and let the area’s magic take over you.

Full of picturesque hotels and cafes and little taverns this is the place to go if you wish to live like a true Cretan and enjoy all that is promises: quality food, excellent beaches, amazing places in the most popular Greek island.

When entering the old Venetian port of Chania, the first thing that will attract your attention is the impressive Egyptian lighthouse across the crystal-clear waters. Opposite to the lighthouse are the Maritime Museum and the ‘Firkas Fortress’, which walls were built by the Venetians to protect the harbour.

Taking a stroll on the harbour will keep you busy for a while since there are many beautiful buildings to admire. Like the ‘Yali Mosque’ with its emblematic Turkish architecture, nowadays used for art exhibitions. You will also notice The ‘Megalo Arsenali’, a two-story stone building where ships used to be constructed and repaired, is now the center of Mediterranean Architecture.

Finally, at the end of the harbour the ‘Dockyards of Moro’, which host the Sailing Club of Chania and is the perfect spot for a morning or afternoon coffee.

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