This luxury villa is two-storey stone house with a basement. On the ground floor in the left wing of each building there is a spacious open-plan living room, kitchen and dining room. There is a staircase, opposite the dining room, that leads to the first floor. Next to the kitchen, you can find a small storeroom and guest WC. In the right wing of the villa on the first floor there is one bedroom with a bathroom. The right and left wings of the house connected by a hall of 5.60 m. . The glass railings of terrace and balconies are provided with special lighting which can be switch on at night, creating an incredible aura and beauty of the house.
On the first floor of each villa there are 2 bedrooms with their own bathrooms and a spacious terrace with a wooden awning with the stunning sea view. Next to the stairs of the first floor, there is a door opening into a small balcony on the other side of the building.
Landscape design, green garden, seating area under a wooden pergola and a large swimming pool & small kids pool are for outdoor entertainment. . From the entrance side, there is parking for two vehicles for each villa.
The luxury and gracefulness of white and beige stone, modern style, maximum comfort and a good location in a picturesque area, combined with the busy life of a nearby resort make this complex of two stone villas a reliable and profitable investment!
Gerani is a small coastal village located 13 km west of Chania, located between Maleme and Platanias. The beach in front of the village has a length of 2.5 km and has lovely sand and clear water. Next to the beach there are many touristic facilities. There are also umbrellas, showers, beach bars, water sport services and a lifeguard. Near the beach there are several tamarisk trees, where you can find shade.
In 1867 a battle took place here against the Turks. Cretan rebels won but the residents asked them to leave their place so as Turks would not bother them. However, the Turks returned to the village and slaughtered many locals. Also, in 1885-1886, great Cretan novelist John Kondilakis started his career as a teacher in Gerani. The school still exists in Pano Gerani.