€168,000 for 167sq.m. house
This house, a lovely 167sq.m traditional larger-than-usual village home with two-level garden and carport, was fully renovated without losing any of its original features. There is double-glazing throughout, full oil-fired central heating, and solar panels for hot water.
It consists of three levels:
Lower ground floor – entrance from lower level garden, studio type room for multiple usage, WC and storage area, and extra room which could be changed in to kitchen. Indoor stairs lead up to:
Ground floor – living room with fireplace, kitchen with fitted cupboards, large double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, bathroom, entrance from upper level garden. Wooden ladder/stairs lead up to:
First Floor – living room with kitchenette, double bedroom, bathroom with shower, separate entrance from outside stairs.
Each level, therefore, can be accessed separately from outside, providing total independence if required.
The garden, apart from various herbs and flowers, has a flourishing lemon tree, olive tree, and medlar tree providing shade from the afternoon sun.
This house is situated on the outskirts of the small working village of Mourne, which has an open Greek classical-style theatre, a meeting centre and 2 kafenion – cafes where the locally produced raki (local fire-water made from distilled grapes), is served with mezedes (appetizers). And the most important – the people of Mourne are friendly and helpful to newcomers.
Mourne is situated in the centre of Crete, 106 km. from Heraklion airport and 90 km. from Chania airport, and approx. 30 km from Rethymnon on the north and Ag. Galini on the south coast. It has easy access to both north and south coast sandy beaches.
The picturesque central small town of Spili, with all its amenities (supermarkets, butchers, Health Centre, pharmacy, bank, post office, tavernas, kafenions, etc) and the famous square with its running waters, and local musical events, is only 4 kms. from Mourne.
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Information correct at time of publication – Oct 2021