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Brand new stone built houses with private swimming pools


Rethymno North Coast, Loutra
79 m²
254 m²
Garden, Swimming Pool, Air Condition, Solar Panels, TV/Sat, Kitchen equipment, Open fireplace, BBQ, Parking


The “Olive Grove” is small but unique community consists of eleven (11) detached stone-built houses providing panoramic views of the sea and the Cretan mountains.

Constructed under excellent building specifications, all houses are result of traditional aspects combined with modern design and intimate care by a long and widely experienced professional team. Each house owns a private garden, parking area and swimming pool, turning its facilities into an ideal property as an investment, holiday home or for all year round living.

It is placed at one of the eldest and distinguished olive groves of the traditional village Loutra and offers a magnificent surrounding of olive trees.


Loutra lies on the main road from Pigi to Arkadi and continuing eastwards for a further 1.5 km. The village is situated in the midst of olive groves, and is characterized by its narrow cobbled streets and bougainvillea plants and Venetian buildings. Visitors of Loutra have the opportunity to visit the fabrika (old oil mill), which was used a few decades ago for oil pressing and the medieval fountain with the Turkish inscription. Rethymno centre is about 15 minutes drive and the closest beach is about 5km away.


The VAT (24%) for new constuctions is included in the price. Commision is 3% of the final purchase price. Issuer of the invoice is Stelios Archontakis, licensed estate agent in the city of Rethymno with General Commercial Registry Νumber 021857050000 and Tax number 046847482. Lawyer, notary and registry fees must be paid by the purchaser. Homeland does not accept responsibility as the information provided in this brochure is for information only and is subject to errors, omissions, change of price or withdrawal without prior notice. The mentioned surface is the gross livable surface including interior and exterior walls.


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