The residence was built in 1995 and is located in a small seaside settlement in the South of Crete, specifically in the settlement of Psari Forada (34°59'6.97"N, 25°29'51.23"E). The house was built based on a building permit by the owner of the house for his own use. It has an unlimited view of the Libyan sea from the roof of the residence. The distance from the Sea is about 50 m. Its unique location with the unique goddess of the Libyan Sea makes it one of the most tempting propositions to buy.
General Features of Residence.
• Year of construction 1995 based on building permit.
• It is a 1st floor Apartment in an existing 2nd floor building.
• The house for sale is 75.00 sq.m
• Consists of 2 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and a large single space for living-dining room.
• It has balconies and terraces all around.
• The frame of the building is made of reinforced concrete and due to the year of construction, the anti-seismic regulation of 1995 was observed. The frames are aluminum and porcelain tiles have been placed on the floors as in the bathroom. In general, it is a well-built house.
Property exploitation possibility: At Second Chance company recommends the specific property for:
• For own use for people who want to retreat to a quiet location enjoying quiet moments taking advantage of nature 100%.
• Investments. Renting the property winter - summer due to the great tourist demand that the area has given the new International Airport that will be completed in 3 years in the Kastelli area at a distance of about 20 kilometers from the property.
Sidonia (or Syndonia or Kato Psari) is located 89 km southeast of Heraklion, in a small plain valley located on the outskirts of the village of Kalami, at a distance of 9 km east of Viannos and 1 km south of Psari Forada (or Mesa Psari). It is thought to be on the site of the ancient city of Sidonia. Originally it was the coastal settlement of fishermen and farmers from the village of Kalami, which is located further north. The wider area has a warm climate, which favors the cultivation of olives and some subtropical fruits, mainly bananas, but also early outdoor vegetables. The area has experienced a mild tourist development in recent years and is now a quiet traditional place, ideal for quiet family holidays at a very leisurely pace.
The beach stretches a long way, from Cape Theofilos or Faros in the east to Tsitsina hill and Cape Sentona in the west. It is a very nice place for wonderful swimming, with dark gray coarse sand and crystal clear calm waters, with a relatively rocky bottom. There are some tamarisk trees around that offer shade, but umbrellas are also offered. In Sidonia there are taverns, mini markets, rooms for rent and a pharmacy. There are also some possibilities for water sports and there is also a beach volleyball court