Code: RV005 Stone-Built Seaview 2-bed 2-bath Villa with Pool in Triopetra South Rethymno Price:350.000 €

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In the South of Rethymnon surrounded by privacy for those seeking an exclusive lifestyle in Crete, this exquisite villa of 100sqm with two bedrooms is tastefully designed in a modern, comfortable style throughout, perfect to be the perfect summer sanctuary! This astonishing villa of 100sqm is an ideal residence for natural lovers and an excellent business option for savvy investors. This stunning stone villa is perfectly set on a 2.000sqm plot just moments from the crystal blue sea lying 3km away. The land is surrounded and secured by a stone fence and features 60 olive trees and a lovely garden, covering the sunbathing and pool areas that spread out like a carpet before it. A large swimming pool is waiting for you to dive in and enjoy cooling moments in the summer heat. Upon entering the villa, we find ourselves in the lovely kitchen fully equipped with all electric appliances, in the same open-plan area with the capacious and bright living room. A 3m wide glass wall allows the sunlight to burst into the home and offers breathtaking unobstructed views of the sea stretching endlessly. The convenient layout also consists of a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower and a second generously-sized bedroom, as well as a bathroom with a walk-in shower. Both bedrooms are equipped with closets and a/c units, while the entire house is armed with a solar water heater. Located in a lovely village, the villa can be lived in during the entire year and is just a short driving distance away from local amenities. This is a one-of-a-kind property looking out towards a beautiful setting, offering an abundance of privacy and limitless potential.

Triopetra is located about 52km south of Rethymno and 13km southeast of the village Akoumia, at the foot of the mountain Siderotas. It can be accessed by car, through paved roads that start either from Akoumia or Sachtouria. Triopetra lies in the central part of a long beachfront, called Akoumiani Gialia, (i.e. Akoumia Beach). This is named like this because the wider area of Triopetra was once the winter shelter of Akoumia village residents, who had built small cottages to spend the night near their olive groves. Today the land is still owned mostly by the residents of Akoumia and thus, most, hotel owners originate from the same village. Triopetra consists of two beaches, which are separated by a small peninsula. At the edge of the peninsula, in the sea, three majestic rocks rise. Triopetra is named after these rocks, since it means “Three Rocks”. The first beach, known as Small Triopetra (or Koumado), is located in a closed sandy and rocky bay, south of the three rocks. In its southern end flows the river Akoumianos. This river separates Triopetra area from the magical beach of Agios Pavlos Sandhills at Cape Melissa. On the beach there are a few rooms and taverns, and umbrellas are offered. The area also hosts a small harbor, in the southeast part of the beach, called Stomio (mouth), named after the “mouth” of the river reaching the sea. 1km northeast of this beach, you can visit the amazing chapel of Prophet Elias, on a high hill, overlooking Akoumiani Gialia.