Hera Villa is a detached spacious 2 bedroom property, located on a small private and quiet development. It has a shared 40m2 pool with seperate child friendly pool, paved and shaded terraces and mature planting . There is private designated parking and a small private garden.
This lovely villa is just a few minutes walk from the traditional Cretan village of Gavalochori. The village is dotted with tavernas, shops, well equipped mini markets, a bakery and even a folklore museum. The villa is in an ideal location, just 2mins walk to the village square for a drink or evening meal where you can enjoy the hospitality of the locals.
The sandy beaches and popular tourist resort of Almyrida Bay are just a 5 minute drive away and the international airport and ferry port are both in easy access.
Villa Hera has been designed as an “upside down” house to maximise the creten views from the lounge and living areas on the first floor. This layout also gives the added benefit of cool and shaded bedrooms on the ground floor. Both bedrooms have fully fitted wardrobes and air conditioning. There is a fully tiled seperate wc and bathroom also located on this level.
From the first floor lounge and open plan kitchen area there is access to the large front terrace with tiled covered pergola. The kitchen has built-in appliances, plenty of cupboard space and a useful breakfast bar .
The second bathroom is a full bathroom with both bath and shower and is tastfully decorated.
The property has been recently painted and is carefully looked after and well maintained by the present owners. They are the origional owners of the Villa who have lived in the villa since construction 14 years ago.
Central heating pipes are already laid under floor ready for heating if required.
The price includes all furniture and soft furnishings and is fully equipped and ready to move into to start your new life in the Cretan sun.
We feel this property would make an ideal family home or holiday home. It can also be a very lucrative rental investment for a popular part of Western Crete.
More info about Gavalochori
A beautiful traditional Cretan village. Evidence of its ancient history and settlements is throughout the village and its narrow, winding lanes and streets. From the mulberry trees planted around the village by the Turks, to the Byzantine wells and Roman tombs on the outskirts of the village and the Venetian arches of the old olive factory. The small, but, excellent folklore museum is housed in a Venetian building with Turkish additions. It gives a fine history of the village and its culture. A fascinating insight into agricultural ways and lives of the past. There is a bakery and mini-markets and several good tavernas.