This tastefully-renovated house dates from 1836 and is located in the heart of the village of Pemonia, at the foothills of the White Mountains.
The thick stone walls will keep the house cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The owner paid a lot of attention to the restoration with wooden beamed ceilings; traditional tiling, stone arches and the grey/blue shutters give this property an attractive, traditional appearance.
The villa has a full EOT rental license and has been working as a successful rental business, providing the current owners with a steady income.
The entrance of the property is from the top floor, where there is parking space outside the villa.
The top floor consists of two spacious double bedrooms with wooden floors and wooden vaulted ceilings and French doors opening onto a private balcony overlooking the village and beyond. From the balcony one can even take a peak of the magnificent White Mountains!
On this level is a fully tiled bathroom equipped with a corner bath and high-quality accessories.
Stone stairs lead downstairs to a bright and airy spacious living room with a corner fireplace. A stone arch leads further into the spacious kitchen/ dining room, equipped with all modern facilities. On this floor there is also a bathroom with a shower.
From the living room area two doors lead outside to the villa's private patio and further onto the swimming pool area.
The plot is fenced, gated and walled, and overlooks the red-tiled rooftops of the village, the countryside and the beautiful White Mountains.
The outside of the property is on different levels. A huge oak tree at the front provides shade on hot days. On the upper level is a private salt water swimming pool with a jet stream.
There is room for sun lounges and a dining table for exterior living! The perfect place to relax.
A door from the lower level leads to the 20m2 basement where the boiler room is housed and there is room for storage.
Pemonia is a small traditional village built in the foothills of the White Mountains in a pretty valley with vineyards and olive trees. It is a 10-minute drive from the larger village of Vrysses, Apokoronas. The small but picturesque mountain village remains unspoilt, far away from any form of tourism.
The sandy beaches and seaside tavernas of Almerida, Georgioupolis and Kalives are 9km away. The village is 27km away from the town of Chania.