Villa in Kamilari
Located in the mountains just outside the center of Kamilari village, this amazing stone villa offers tranquil living with stunning mountain views. It’s also an excellent choice if you’re looking for rental income. Moreover, its large plot of 3600 sqm offers the possibility to build a second villa or guest house.
This one-floor villa is a true gem, built with a modern design and surrounded by a lush garden. With its huge covered pergola, it is a landmark villa in the village of Kamilari
Stepping inside, you’ll be greeted by an open living room, kitchen, and dining area that is perfect for hosting gatherings or just spending time with loved ones. The fireplace and central fan coil heaters create a warm and inviting atmosphere. On your way to the bedrooms, you’ll find some storage space. The villa of 104 sqm features three bedrooms, including a master bedroom. Next to these bedrooms, you’ll find two modern bathrooms equipped with showers, sinks, and toilets.
The stunning garden and terrace provide a serene outdoor oasis to relax and unwind. With a 4 by 8 meter pool and a small baby plunge pool, along with enough space to relax on sunbeds or have dinner outside, you’ll enjoy the hot summer days.
The 3600 sqm plot is divided in two distinct areas. The villa is built on the first area, measuring 2200 sqm. The adjacent area measures 1400 sqm and has a buildable area of 95 sqm. This extra building capacity can be used to build a second villa (ideal for rentals!) or a guesthouse.
But that’s not all! The house also has storage space, covered parking for 2-3 cars, and a wheelchair-accessible entrance ramp and bathroom. The new insulation and drainage system ensure energy efficiency and sustainability, while the fully equipped open kitchen comes with top-of-the-line appliances.
This villa is perfect for rentals. It has been rented out fully over the last years which means you can step in seamlessly and generate some serious rental income.
Kamilari, a charming village on the island of Crete, Greece, offers you a glimpse into the island’s rich history and culture. The village is famous for its ancient Minoan cemetery and the restored old olive factory that now serves as a museum of local folk culture and history called ‘Fabrika’.
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. It is a peaceful and charming destination that is perfect for anyone seeking to experience the authentic side of Crete.
The Minoan Palace of Phaistos (5-10 min) is one of the most important archaeological sites in Crete, 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 (15 min), a former fishing village, is now one of the most popular tourist destinations on Crete. 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.