This beautiful maisonette for sale in the Old Town of Chania is in a perfect location in the alleys, very close to a very popular square.
The entrance of the property is right on the alley and on the ground floor there is a living room area and a bathroom. Going up on the first floor you can find one bedroom with big windows and a kitchen in a separate area with a little balcony. On the second floor there is another bedroom and a staircase leading to a beautiful little terrace.
This maisonette for sale is in need of full renovation, however a few touch ups have been done and it is in a good condition. The property can be converted either into a residence or into a store or even a boutique hotel because of its prime location.
Chania, Crete is very popular for its old town and harbour, which is the heart of the area attracting visitors from all over the world. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful and picturesque cities of Greece due to the fact that it has preserved its historical character. The architecture reflects the different cultures and civilizations that lived on the island such as Venetians, Turks and Egyptians. The narrow alleys are surrounded by Venetian mansions and Turkish houses, villas and palazzos, mosques, small churches and a beautiful restored synagogue. Many of these buildings are being used as residences hotels or museums and others as shops, stores, cafes and restaurants. Chania is one of the nicest towns in Crete, with wonderful houses, parks and squares and a well-designed historical town. The Public Market is an impressive building in the town centre, built at the beginning of the present century (1911) and houses grocery stores, butchers’ shops, a fish market and vegetable shops. The Public Gardens, next to the Market, are ideal for those in search of shade and tranquillity. Northeast of the gardens is the beautiful neighbourhood of Chalepa, where the residences of Prince George and Eleftherios Venizelos were. The old city has preserved to a great extent the distinctive atmosphere and charm of the Venetian and Turkish periods. Entire Venetian, Turkish and Jewish quarters are saved, with well-preserved buildings in the narrow picturesque streets. All modern shops and amenities are within a 10 minute walk from the Venetian harbour as is the sandy beach of Nea Chora.