Unique villa for sale with independent apartment, built on a large plot in Rousospiti, Rethymno. It is a two-level villa and an apartment with an independent entrance each on a plot of 2627.34 sq.m. As for the apartment, it is on the ground floor on one level and consists of a large single space kitchen – living room with fireplace – dining room and two bedrooms with their own bathroom each.
Externally, the apartment has a 45 sq.m. outdoor pool, barbecue facilities, beautifully landscaped grounds with a garden and a parking space.
Instead, the villa consists of two levels connected by an internal staircase. It consists of a large single space kitchen – living room with fireplace – dining room and four bedrooms with individual bathrooms each. The villa also has a balcony on the first floor with an amazing view of the wider area and the sea.
Externally, the villa has an outdoor pool of 55 sq.m, barbecue facilities, a beautifully landscaped garden and a parking space.
The villa and the apartment have independent entrances and are separated by a stone fence, providing privacy to the tenants of each property.
The property has a special EOT operating mark as a furnished tourist home, so it is ideal for professional use. However, it can also be used for personal use as permanent or holiday homes.
The property is sold fully equipped and furnished.
Roussospiti is one of the many villages of the prefecture of Rethymno and is about 7 kilometers from Rethymno and is located on the slope of Vrysina.
Built at an altitude of 300 meters, Roussospiti is divided into Upper and Lower and has a wonderful view of the Cretan sea, which makes it called by many the “balcony of Rethymno” and was created by the Venetians from the 12th century. The buildings of the village are in the Venetian style with arches and porticoes, porticos and fortress-like facades, and there is also a 17th-century fountain, the church of the Entrances of the Virgin, where several frescoes are preserved, as well as the Holy Monastery of Saint Irini, which has been designated an ancient monument.
Several Venetian houses have been preserved in the village, the most characteristic of which is the one next to the Church of the Entry of the Virgin, which is three-storey with a vaulted ground floor passage.
Near the village there is the cave of Lygeri, which belonged to a Levantine woman, Lygeri, who was captured by the Turks and sold to the Middle East.
There are also two gorges that have a special natural beauty.