The four houses are well arranged over a 1700mē plot in a quiet village situated in a valley of immense beauty, with taverns and shops which open all year round.
The maisonettes of 170mē are identical.
Upon entering them on the first floor, there is an open plan large living and dining area, flooded with light entering from the glass doors. From here there is access to a very big covered balcony.
An energy fireplace, will warm the space and accompany your winter nights with its cozy fire.
The roof is wooden and the floors are covered with pastel colour tiles and there is also a WC.
A staircase with 15 steps leads to the ground floor where one can find a guest house with a wooden closet, a bathroom with a shower and a storage.
Another staircase takes you to the second floor where the bedrooms are situated. Covered with wood and with a wooden roof as well, luminous and bright these bedrooms welcome you for a good nights sleep!
Moreover there is access to a beautiful balcony with amazing views of the sea and the traditional village of Kefalas.
The house is surrounded by a small garden which you can lanscape to your preferences.
The ground floor houses of 114mē are also identical.
The entrance leads you to the carefully proportioned interiors, where there is the comfortable open plan living dining and kitchen area, with direct access to a big balcony and the garden surrounding the property.
Moreover there are three (3) big bedrooms with closets two of them with their own balcony.
Finally, all houses benefit also from installations for solar panels and aircondition.
These beautiful residences can be your dream home in a beautiful cretan village, grab this chance and make one yours now!
Kefalas is regarded as one of the most beautiful villages in the region. The centre of the village is an easy walk and it has 2 tavernas, 2 well stocked mini markets, and 5 kafenions.
There are eight churches in Kefalas, some of which are historic, and the villagers celebrate with a feast day on August the 15th. On the outskirts of the village towards Drapanos there is the ruin of an ancient windmill, and you will also see many old corn threshing circles dotted around the area.
Kefalas can be reached easily. Best is to drive from the new national road into Georgioupolis, on the Rethimnon - Chania road, and turn left after about 25 meter just before the village square of Georgioupolis. After a few meters there is a turn on the right side where you can see the sign for the village of Vamos. If you follow this road and climb up the hill you will automatically run into the sign to Kefalas on the right after about 5-10 minutes. You can also enter the village from the other side - from Vamos for instance. There are several signs to the village and it is hard to miss them, because the village is clearly marked.