The villa, once a ruin, was meticulously restored and brought up to modern-day standards while keeping faithful to its original charm. The house has many traditional features and is laid out over two storeys.
The elevated ground floor consists of a dining room, a living room, a kitchen and a toilet. The wooden floor complements the stone arches and stone walls beautifully, creating a very cosy and traditional atmosphere. A wooden staircase leads to the second floor which is where the two bedrooms and main bathroom are found. The master bedroom also has a separate wardrobe area, while both bedrooms have access to the veranda and its spectacular views.
The property is set on a 450m² plot with a dedicated parking area, fence and electric gate. There are a further 150m² of building rights too, and due to the lay of the land, one could build another house without sacrificing any of the magnificent views. There’s also ample room for a swimming pool.
Maroulas is one of the most famous villages in the Rethymno prefecture. Its rich history, stunning nature and spectacular views of the sea and the mountains make Maroulas one of the most idyllic spots on the island. The village is located just 8km from the city of Rethymno and the nearest beach can be found just 4km away. The village has several well-regarded tavernas and an impressive fully-restored Venetian tower.
The villa has been beautifully restored and renovated, with absolutely incredible sea views.
The house consists of a spacious living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The property has a huge array of pluses as it is but the additional building rights also give it a great deal of potential.