|The area affords a panoramic view of the rich green plain of Hania, the imposing White Mountains, the Cretan Sea, the town of Hania and the Chalepa quarter which is the location of the house in which the great politician spent most of his life and today is the headquarters of the National Research Foundation 'Eleftherios K. Venizelos'.
This superb, five-year-old maisonette totals 130m² and is arranged over three floors and boasts exquisite interiors with a high-quality finish throughout.
On the ground floor, the property comprises substantial reception room with beautiful sea vistas and a fireplace, sleek kitchen leading to balcony, a fabulous bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a WC.
On the second floor, three more sizeable bedrooms are found, two of which have balconies! All balconies of the residence have delightful views over the city of Chania, the crystal blue sea and the cape of Akrotiri!
The four bedrooms are good sizes and have amazing views and the bathroom is beautifully designed.
There is also a storage room in the building's basement and a covered garage available.
This maisonette is an attractive family house offering comfortable accommodation and delightful views, which benefits from numerous features that make it really unique!
Some of them are solar panels, autonomous central heating (which can enable heating in only one floor if wanted) and Internet is possible as well.
The house is being sold for 230.000¤ and its rental price is 750¤.
Furniture is not included in either prices.
Situated in one of Chania's most desirable areas, this maisonette offers ample living and entertaining space with charming balconies!
Zaira Collection can provide you with the largest choice of furniture for your new home or holiday home on Crete, Greece. Zaira Collection contains a complete range of bedroom, dining room and living room furniture to suit all tastes and budgets.
East of Chania, at a distance of 8km, is the hill of Profitis Ilias, where the memorial and tomb of Eleftherios Venizelos and his son Sophokles are located.
At the magical and historical location of Profitis Ilias, in Akrotiri, at the east of Hania lays the tomb of Eleftherios Venizelos, one of the most long-standing prime ministers of Greece and whose political life was focused on doubling the size of Greek territory and on the creation of a contemporary State. Eleftherios Venizelos himself had designated this position to be his resting place before his death.
At a short distance to the south of the grave is the place where the Greek flag was raised during the last revolution of Crete against the Turks (1897), led by Eleftherios Venizelos. Great events of the revolution took place here, most importantly was the bombing of the revolutionary camp by the European fleet, the shooting down of the Greek flag and its re-establishment by a revolutionary named Kagiales.
When the flag fell the fighters broke down in tears. At that point a cry went up among them: “The flag! Raise the flag!” The heroic freedom fighter Spyros Kagiales rushed into the heat of the battle and took the fallen flag in his hands and standing tall and proud on a rock he raised it high against replacing the broken flagpole with his human body, while other fighters were ready to take his place if he fell. The crews on the Greek vessels began to shout while the Italian and French sailors, deeply moved by the enthusiasm of the Greeks, began to applaud incessantly.
The bombardments stopped with the ruins of the church of the Prophet Elijah (Prophitis Ilias), which had been demolished by a Russian cannonball, still smoking away.
In the area of today¢s church offices, in 1897 was located the village coffee shop. Also, here is an Exhibition hall with traditional local handicrafts, Peninsula¢s Revolutionary Camp in 1897, Sofoklis Venizelos Tomb - Sofoklis Venizelos (1894- 1964), the son of Eleftherios Venizelos and also prime minister of Greece, was laid to rest in a grave next to that of his father's. In the exhibition space one can find folk art items and traditional Cretan products.
Chania can be the starting point for a tour to Crete, a part of the island with magnificent natural beauty.