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Overlooking the seaReference No : #03-446
Location : Greece :: Crete :: Chania :: Municipality of Apokoronas
Category : Land :: Business purpose :: Over 200.000 Euros

Offering great view of the sea, light sloping plot of almost 12.000 m² with the possibility to use on each 2.000 = 200 m². Ideal for luxury housing estate...

 
Within a few minutes to the village square this light slopping plot offers fantastic view of the sea and would be very good investment opportunity as the area is in high demand.
 
We recommend to construct luxury homes with a lot of privacy.
 
Price (Euros) 420000
Build area (m) 1000
Land area (m) 11922
Sea View yes
Mountain View yes
Outskirt Village yes
On Hill yes
Trees yes
Distance to airport, km 17
Distance to beach, km 1
Town Distance, km 10
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03-446 Overlooking the sea, Plaka, Apokoronas, Crete
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03-446 Overlooking the sea, Plaka, Apokoronas, Crete
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03-446 Overlooking the sea, Plaka, Apokoronas, Crete
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03-446 Overlooking the sea, Plaka, Apokoronas, Crete
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Chania - Apokoronas - VAMOS
Chania - Apokoronas - VAMOS
The municipality of Vamos, the capital town of which bears the same name (communities of Vamos and Douliana), consists of the former districts of Gavalohori (Gavalohori, Agios Pavlos, Koprana, Agios Vasilios), Plaka (Plaka, Almirida, Kabia), Kokino Horio, Kaina, Kefala (Kefalas, Paleloni, Drapanos), Xerosternio (Xerosterni, Litsarda), Selia (Selia, Souri, Likotinara), Kalamitsi Alexandrou. It is a semi-mountainous area with interesting natural surroundings, dominated by local woody (oak, holm-oak, cypress, wild almond, carob, laurel and pear trees) or bushy (hairy thorny brooms, cretan sage, herbs etc.) flora and architectural heritage. Small villages, most of which are old, are spread throughout the area, which is characterised by a lack of water and limited agricultural productivity. While this lack of resources resulted in a severe reduction of the population it did not have any effect on the architectural character or the natural surroundings of the region until recently. This is the main reason why a lot of foreigners buy old houses or land and settle here. The biggest part of the steep, rocky coastline has preserved its natural wild beauty and is proposed to become a protected area under the Natura 2000 Environmental Management Program.
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