Situated off the Maleme-Nea Roumata road 16 km west of Chania and less than 1 km from the centre of Maleme, this handsome old family house with 10m x 5m private swimming pool is set amongst olive groves, some 300 metres from the coast road.
The house is built on two levels and terraced out of the hillside and contains vaulted timber ceilings, complimented by wooden floors and the use of gorgeous, soft creamy marble in the shower rooms.
The main entrance door on the upper level leads into a beautifully fitted kitchen with full cooker, microwave, dishwasher and fridge-freezer, cupboards and ample work surfaces with a creamy marble splash back. To one side there’s a dining table and beyond here an archway leads through to an attractive and comfortably furnished sitting room with a generous sweep of windows on two sides providing wonderful sea view over the olive groves and the village of Maleme, to the distant Rodopou Peninsula.
The double-bedded master bedroom is situated off the sitting room, enjoying similar sea views, it has a large fitted wardrobe as well as the unusual benefit of two shower rooms, both containing a WC and wash hand basin!
Also on this level, off the kitchen, is a further airy room with two single beds and a cupboard and its own en-suite shower room with WC and wash hand basin.
Villa Palma is built on two levels and terraced out of the hillside.
Situated at the lower level and with its own separate entrance door is a studio, complete with two sofa beds as well as a shower room and a washing machine. To the front is a small sitting area, plus a wardrobe and desk unit.
Outside, apart from the usual patio furniture, sunbeds and umbrellas, Villa Palma is a sea of green with terraced lawns sloping down to the stylish wood decking surrounding the pool with just the occasional token stepping stone and a solitary palm tree. These terraces have barriers making the gardens ideal for young children to enjoy and with plenty of space to play .The pool is on the lower level and it has a min depth of 1.2m and a max depth of 1.7m.