Superb Three Bed Villa Epano Vathiea Crete
This superb detached three-bedroom, one-bathroom Villa, is in the small village of Epano Vathiea, in Crete.
it comes unfurnished, has a shower room with toilet and sink, en-suit with Jack and Jill sinks, with downstairs toilet also.
This property has its own superb private pool, which provides a nice area to cool down on hot sunny days, and also has private gardens with an outside BBQ and oven, all within a plot of approximately 640 square metres.
The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.
The parking included with the property is drive parking for up to three/four cars and also has a garage.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Epano Vathiea, in Crete.
Bedrooms – 3
Bathrooms – 1
Plot – 640 sq metres
Parking – Drive way
Kokkini Hani resort – 15 minutes
Sea – 15 minutes
Golf – 45 minutes
Airport – 30 minutes
About the Area:
Epano Vatheia is a Greek village in the Heraklion regional unit, Crete, Greece. it is located at an altitude of 260 m, some 17 kilometres from the city of Heraklion, in the valley of the Stavromenos river.
Of historical interest is the old church of Saint Antony, with remains of murals. The church is reported in notarial contracts in 1271 as well as in a document dating to 1394.
Epano Vathiea is small village approximately 15 mins drive to the resort of Kokkini Hani.
Kokkini Hani is located 14 km east of Heraklion. Heading east from Heraklion airport, the old national highway (old road) hugs the coastline and offers some spectacular views of the sea, and its sometimes-rugged shore.
After about eight kilometres, you’ll wind your way up a rise in an outcropping of rock and, as you come out of the last curve, the impressive sight of Kokkini Hani is spread out like a smorgasbord of holiday delights.
Since those early hotels, Kokkini Hani has developed rapidly primarily because of its wonderful beach andrestaurants and tavernas, many of which feature seaside dining, with enough different menus to satisfy all tastes – including local traditional cuisine, freshly-caught seafood, English fare, italian specialties, authentic italian pizza and Chinese close proximity to Heraklion and its international airport – only 10 minutes away.
Today there are numerous hotels, ranging from large luxurious accommodations to smaller, more economical hotels, tourist apartments and rent rooms.
There are many bars and cafes, a few that remain open quite late and play the latest tunes, but the night life is minimal, compared to that of nearby Hersonissos, which continues to party until the wee hours of the morning.