A large (180 sq meters), renovated stone house on the top end of the village of Mavrikiano, Elounda.
This property has a new EOT (Touristic rental) Licence.
Mavrikiano is a small village part of the complex of villages that make up the tourist resort of Elounda. It is known for the many stone houses and the marvelous views over the Elounda lagoon and the lower village of Schisma Elounda.
The house stands on two floors, on private land of 190 square meters.
On the ground floor there is a large room split with traditional Cretan arches, this room is now the kitchen, living room, a study and a small paint studio, a double bedroom with wardrobe and small patio, a bathroom and a storage room.
An internal staircase leads up to the first floor. The first floor comprises a large open plan living room/kitchen, a double bedroom with wardrobes and a good sized balcony with great views, a shower room and a mezzanine bedroom in the open plan living room. There is also a very nice balcony going along the front of the 1st floor.
Externally there is a terrace/patio part of which is slightly elevated and also has very good views, small garden patches and outside the property wall there is a private parking space.
The property is only a few minutes walk to the sea.
The international airport of Heraklion is less than an hour drive from the house.
Only a ten minute drive to the province capital Agios Nikolaos, Crete.
Agios Nikolaos is the capital of the county Lasithi and is located at the Mirabello Bay, north-east Crete, only 40mins away from the international airport of Heraklion.
Geographically the town is well protected from strong winds allowing sea sports and swimming nearly all year round.
Although Agios Nikolaos has a population of less than 20,000 it has a several banks, supermarkets, shops of every kind, doctors, a modern hospital of high standard, public swimming pool and tennis courts, yacht marina, harbour, cinema, theatre, gyms, a 9-hole golf course, schools ranging from nurseries to 6-level high school and generally all the amenities you would expect to find in a large modern European town.
The microclimate is one of the best in Greece and the moderate temperatures
rarely exceed 30c in summer or fall below 15c in wintertime. This wonderful dry climate together with the natural beauty of the area has attracted most of the high class hotels of Greece to operate here.