Kamilari Village Home
On the edge of the charming village of Kamilari, this traditional one-story home sits on a beautiful plot with a lush garden, perfect for those who enjoy nature.
Upon entering the property through the gate, you will be greeted by a majestic olive tree and a spacious parking area for four cars. Sitting on a 1635m2 plot, the property offers a generous living space.
Walking through the front porch, you will enter the open-plan living, dining, and kitchen area. The kitchen comes fully equipped with a furnace, oven, and dishwasher. To keep the house warm, you can use the wood-burning stove or central heating.
On one side of the house, you’ll find two of the three bedrooms, along with a bathroom equipped with a bathtub, shower, two sinks, and a toilet. The solar water heater will take care of the warm water.
The third bedroom and another bathroom, equipped with a shower, sink, and toilet, are located on the other side of the house. Here, we also have additional storage space and stairs leading down to the 15m2 basement.
Additionally, there is a 19m2 outdoor space that was originally intended as a garage. This space can be closed and used as an inside area. The current living area is 119m2.
All windows are double-glazed and have wooden shutters and mosquito nets. A staircase outside in the back leads up to the rooftop terrace. And next to the house, you can enjoy the lush garden filled with orange and lemon trees, grapevines and beautiful flowers. From the property, you can enjoy a lovely mountain view.
A neighbouring plot measuring 445m2 behind the home is also available for purchase at €30,000.
The property is sold partly furnished.
Kamilari is one of the most picturesque traditional villages in the South of Crete. The village is famous for the Kamilari Tolos Tomb, and there are plenty of taverns to enjoy good food. The village is built on three hilltops, Goulas, Alevrotas, and Evgoras, offering panoramic views of the olive groves of the Messara Plain, the peaks of Psiloritis (Mt. Ida), and the Libyan Sea. Just a short drive of 7 minutes and you reach the beach where you can relax and enjoy a drink.
The Minoan Palace of Phaistos (6 min) is one of Crete’s most important archaeological sites, dating back 6000 BC to the 1st century BC. It corresponds to a prosperous city that emerged in the fertile plain of the Messara during prehistoric times.
Matala (11 min), a former fishing village, is now one of Crete’s most popular tourist destinations. It is known for its unique caves in the rocks and its history with the hippies of the ‘70s. The village once served as a port for Phaestus and Gortyn during Roman times. Nowadays, visitors can explore the many bars and gift shops, while the Matala Beach Festival in June celebrates its hippie past.
The Airport of Heraklion is less than one hour away.
- Updated On:
- May 5, 2023
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- D Class
- 119 m2 Size
- Year Built: