Myconos, Municipality of Mykonos, Mykonos Regional Unit, Égée-Méridionale, Égée, Grèce
Nestled in a rocky slope overlooking Ftelia bay, this recently built secluded villa utilizes a natural palette of materials to maintain a low profile while complementing the serene Mediterranean landscape that surrounds it.
This villa is comprised of one main house and three independent studios built amphitheatrically in two levels, each of them carefully designed in a sophisticated simplicity where the guest can both unwind and entertain friends with a minimum of fuss. The architecture is elegant and restrained yet totally functional, a marvelous contrast between the stocky strength of the whitewashed walls and the gentle grace of natural materials, like wood and stone. Outdoors, a large stone built shaded lounge/dining area offers a relaxing shelter from the scorching rays of the Mediterranean sun, while the infinity swimming pool gives fantastic views of Panormos and Agios Sostis bays.
The interiors are elegant and simple, complementing the architecture and providing a degree of sophisticated luxury. The main house entrance opens to an open plan kitchen and a cozy, bright living room with full views to the terrace, with a comfortable master bedroom. A simple staircase leads from the terrace to the three lower level studios, featuring the same blend of minimalistic and traditional elements. Each studio has its own living room, open plan kitchen and bedroom with en-suite bathroom, all leading to a terrace with the same breathtaking view of the upper level.
Infinity swimming pool 13 m x 5,5 m (42.50 ft x 17.98 ft)
Wood fire BBQ
Dining & Lounge area
SERVICES & INCLUSIONS:
Daily maid service
Change of linen twice a week
Mykonos Islandhas much to offer visitors: beautiful landscapes, small white painted houses in picturesque villages, hundreds of little family churches and golden sandy beaches with crystalline waters. Mykonos Town is a captivating labyrinth that is home to chique boutiques and whiter-than-white houses decked with bougainvillea and geraniums, plus a handful of small museums and photogenic churches. Little Venice, where the sea laps up to the edge of the restaurants and bars, and Mykonos’ famous hilltop windmills are particularly noteworthy. Known for its partying circuit and gay friendliness, Mykonos has an inclusive culture that welcomes everyone.
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