- Air-Conditioning unit
- Parking space
Golden visa three bedroom maisonette in Ierapetra, Lasithi. Situated in a beautiful and tranquil location and only 200m from the beach, this maisonette of 155m² spreads over two levels and consists of three (3) bedrooms, two (2) bathrooms and outdoor spaces, offering amazing views over surrounding green scenery.
Sat on a 1.200m² land, the maisonette spreads over two levels and is ideal for any kind exploitation.
High quality materials, unique lighting fixtures, neutral color palette as well as a variety of stone and textures are combined successfully under the philosophy of a modern way of living comfortable and relaxing like being in a luxury residence.
Entering the house, on the ground floor, there is a bright and airy open plan living room, the dining room while the modern kitchen is separated from the open plan through a central island.
The kitchen features multiple cupboards and working surfaces, while there is enough space for a kitchen table where you can enjoy a less formal eating with your loved ones in a daily basis.
On this level, there is also a guest bathroom with a shower.
An internal staircase leads to the upper level, where you can find three spacious bedrooms and one big bathroom with a bathtub.
All bedrooms feature floor-to-ceiling wardrobes and they give access to balconies with view.
The house features solar panels, autonomous heat system, air-conditioning units, covered outdoor parking space, a storage room while it is full-furnished.
It is fenced all around, providing privacy and security.
It also has vast outdoor spaces with a well-manicured garden full of lawn, where you can spare memorable moments with friends and family under the Cretan Sun, the best this land can offer.
The maisonette is located only 4km away from the city center of Ierapetra and in a close distance there are many shops, restaurants and supermarkets.
Grab this chance to own a lovely property in the piece of living paradise that is Crete!
The island of Daedalus and Icarus. Of Minoan vases and famous frescoes. Shining and starlit, with its black baggy breeches and fringed kerchiefs. Romantic Crete, with its sparkling sea, rocks and gleaming plateaus. Crete, land of full-bodied wine and pungent tsipouro. “Sleepless Crete, land of endless feasts under star-studded skies”, scented with wild fennel and fresh basil. Dizzying Crete, of the warlike dances.
The morphology, geography and the climate make for an idyllic land where nature’s balance reigns and monotony is conspicuous only by its absence. It combines the tall, unsalable and harsh mountain ranges with the fertile plains, the large ports with the quaint bays, the bustling north with the serene south, the peninsula with the sea, the snow and the rain with the abundant sunlight. A land which could indisputably be characterized as “the island of the Makares” or “paradise” according to the ancient Greeks.
Anchored in the sea, it serves as a crossroads of three continents – Europe to the North, Asia to the east and Africa to the south, Crete seems to spread its length like a barrier across the southern Aegean. It lies at a distance of approximately 100 km from the southernmost tip of the Peloponnese, 175 kms. from the shores of Asia Minor, and 800 km from Africa. It is the largest of the Greek islands, and fifth in size among the islands of the Mediterranean, after Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica and Cyprus.
The waters of the Cretan Sea wash its coasts on the northern side, the waters of the Libyan Sea on the southern side, the waters of the Carpathian Sea on the eastern side, and on the west the coasts are washed by the waters the Myrtoon Sea.
Its maximum length is 260 kms. from the Gramvousa point in the northwest up to the Sideros point in the southeast, while its width varies from 60 kms. (from Stavros point to Lithino Cape) to 12 kms. at the lerapetra straits (gulf of Mirabello to lerapetra bay). Its area is 8,261 sq. kms. and, together with the islets of Gavdos and Dia, 8,303 sq. kms.
Crete also has a number of plateaus among the mountain peaks. The land, here, is usually fertile and the rainwater which collects in these natural basins during the winter makes these plateaus ideal for agriculture.
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