A beautiful mezonette (3 floors) inspired by wilderness in colors of red, orange and blues. Located in a fenced, wooded, secluded lot, with mature tall pecan and pine trees, private infinity pool and barbecue. It has 3 private bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, as well as a loft bedroom with en-suite WC.
It features 2 master bedrooms with en suite bathrooms situated in the quiet part of the villa facing the gardens away from the pool, a pool-facing third bedroom with en suite bathroom, a loft with double bed and en suite WC, as well as two living rooms with chair and sofa beds able to sleep an additional 2-3 people. First and second floors have sea views.
Beautifully renovated stone villa combines past and modern comforts all year. A large outdoor spa keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter. Hammocks and lounge chairs underneath grape vine pergola keep you serene and relaxed. In cool months, an indoor fireplace converts the summer house into a warm cozy cottage. The villa has 2 master bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and an indoor spa tub.
The whole villa is ground level and handicapped accessible and has two master bedrooms. The west-facing master bedroom features an antique-like cast iron bed with Cocomat (the best eco-friendly Greek) top mattress, and has a private bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub/shower combination and two sinks. It has a patio door opening onto a private alcove, with marble table, stone benches and barbecue, where you can sit below the thick shadows of a large lemon tree. You will love spending the warm summer hours there, with your favorite novel and a glass of cold lemonade (yes, you can make it yourself by picking lemons from the tree!).
The east-facing master bathroom has a window to a patio with a smaller lemon tree, as well as a private bathroom with shower. This bedroom is furnished with my family’s treasures. The double wooden bed was built in the late 1950s (do not worry, it has been fully refurbished with new mattress). The bed covers and curtain dressing have been made in the loom in the 1940s by my great aunt. The white sheets and pillows have been enbroided in the 1960s by my mother. Spot lights highlight the north stone wall above the bed and an old wooden beam inside the south wall, which likely reveals a door that was subsequently closed – a window into the past.
The third bedroom is the largest, with two single beds, a third AMEA bed and a chair that opens into a single bed. The third bathroom has a handicapped-accessible shower and sink.
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|01 Mar 2021||31 Mar 2021||€470||7 nights|
|01 Apr 2021||31 May 2021||€765||7 nights|
|01 Jun 2021||30 Jun 2021||€880||7 nights|
|01 Jul 2021||31 Aug 2021||€1080||7 nights|
|01 Sep 2021||30 Sep 2021||€880||7 nights|
|01 Oct 2021||31 Oct 2021||€765||7 nights|
|01 Nov 2021||30 Nov 2021||€585||7 nights|