A hill-top villa set in eight acres of land, with glorious views to the south-east over the beaches of Paros, and over to the outlying islands. The very pretty village of Kostos lies just below, almost at walking distance and is perhaps Paros’s last undiscovered secret – an authentic, old-fashioned, non-touristy village that lives all year round. It was from Kostos that the marble of the Venus of Milos was found, so a long and distinguished history!
The property consists of a main villa that sleeps 10 in five bedrooms, a guest house that sleeps 2. Unique white, cycladic architecture provides a canvas for clean lines and uncluttered, simple spaces that radiate tranquillity, while gently blowing muslin curtains and pale marble give the villa a feeling of freshness and airiness.
Set on two separate levels, the villa features a spacious high-ceilinged living area with large white couches leading up to a minimalistic dining area and a second circular sitting area.
Fine marble floors, indoor and outdoor furnishings and ceilings also showcase the care to detail. 4 bedrooms have sea views and 1 bedroom has mountain view and all ground floor rooms open onto the pool terrace.
Outdoors, a stone-built large outdoor area consisting of a pool terrace with sun-loungers and day beds, as well as a pergola shaded dining area with barbeque and wood oven both especially handmade built and adjoining pillowed lounges, offer great open-air living spaces for day and night entertainment.