- Air-Conditioning unit
- Central heating
- Parking space
- Storage Room
- Swimming Pool
Unique luxury villa with private sandy beach for sale in Ierapetra, Lassithi, Crete. Prestigiously set in peace and tranquility amidst wild and unspoilt Cretan landscape, a 700m² nine (9) bedroom luxury villa offers spacious, elegant accommodation, oozing quality and refinement, total privacy, while boasting spectacular, commanding panoramic views of the verdant plain, the mountainous backdrop and its private crystalline blue beach.
The villa can accommodate up to 18 people and has all the amenities you will need for unforgettable living.
The outdoor spaces are a truly haven of rest and luxury.
There is a truly special and spacious poolside courtyard with enough room to cater to large weddings and special events, all set in a gorgeous Mediterranean environment that will make the perfect background for incredible photographs.
There is also a beautiful garden setting which has the beautiful beach as its background.
The courtyard has its own public bathrooms for large events and for pool use.
The edge of the courtyard that faces the beach has a garden sitting area for enjoying the views of the beach at all times of the day and night, in private comfort.
There is a private step path from the property to the beach, with a locked gated entrance to the beach.
A spacious entrance into a large living room faces the beach and the pool patio, providing you with a private window to paradise.
The living room has custom furniture made to accommodate large families in full comfort and luxury.
The dining room has a custom-made table for large families, which will make you feel you are dining in a castle with the comforts of the modern era.
The dining room offers a unique view of the beautiful pool courtyard facing the beach.
The kitchen is at the right of the entrance, designed to be both accessible and spacious as to make a chef feel right at home.
It is modern-designed and full-equipped with high-tech electrical appliance. There is a bedroom on the first floor for those who need (or simply prefer) to avoid the second floor.
This first-floor bedroom has its own access to the pool, courtyard, and path to the beach.
Climb up the beautiful marble stairs to the foyer upstairs to view our two en-suite master bedrooms on opposite ends of the second floor.
Each master bedroom offers stunning views of the beach, with private balconies overlooking the pool and ocean. Each bedroom is tastefully decorated and designed for maximum comfort.
On this second level, there are also four other bedrooms, two of them facing the beach and having views of the sea and poolside, with balconies that allow to fully appreciate these gorgeous views.
The two remaining bedrooms have balconies with side views that overlook the mountains and a partial view of the sea.
The villa has a separate standalone bungalow of 65m², consisting of a bedroom with a king size bed and a stone-built kitchen for guests wanting a little extra privacy from the rest of the family.
The bungalow has a view of the beach and is next to the pool.
There is a private bathroom with walk-in shower and small living area to maximize guest comfort.
The one-bedroom apartment:
There is also an apartment of 55m², constructed to be used by the staff of the villa. It comprises one kitchen, one bedroom, one bathroom and a laundry room.
Only 15 minutes away from the town of Ierapetra, it gives you access to many services and amenities, like shops, restaurants, bars, etc.
Sitia is 45 minutess away by car and offers more of a selection of amenities.
Heraklion city with the International Airport is 1.4 hours’ drive.
A rare villa, built with the finest materials the epitome of luxury and elegance, in an excellent location with its private sandy beach!
To Ierapetra you drive from Aghios Nikolaos through a plain that is intensively planted with olive trees. 5 miles before Ieraperta is the village of Episkopi, the previous seat of the Diocese of Ierapetra and Sitia.
Ierapetra been named as after the nymph of the Libyan Sea, and is among the most remarkable cities in Crete, the 4th greatest in inhabitants and the most southern city in Greece and Europe.
For the duration of ancient times the original city of Koryva or Kurva, rich in mythic traditions, had been on the spot of Ierapetra.
Probably the Ketfiu, as the Egyptians called the ancient Cretans, sailed from there to the coasts of Africa.
Afterwards, ancient Ierapytna was populated by Eteocretans and Dorians and its cultural and economic development started following the Tenth century B.C., as is proven by its magnificent remains.
Its top time had been throughout the Second century when in 146 B.C. it conquered the mighty opponent Praisos and ruled most of southeastern Crete.
In 66 B.C. Ierapetra had been shattered by the Roman legions as the last resistance center on Crete; however had been right away reconstructed and came to its finest levels in the course of the Roman rule.
The city reached its peak as it became an important commercial centre for North Africa, the Middle East, Italy and Greece in the new province of Cyrenaica, which was formed by the Romans from Crete and Libya.
During this period impressive monuments were erected, such as theaters, amphitheatres, temples, but there are not much remains left of them, except for piles of broken columns capitals and old stones, scattered all over the city, or used to construct other buildings.
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