A luxurious, design large stone 4 bedroom villa with infinity pool, offering a commanding view and very tranquil location. Just gaze from this villa at the clear stary nights and you will never forget this vacation.
The house is traditionally built in stone and consists of cubic forms of different sizes that perfectly match the scarcely inhabited environment.The orientation of the main indoor and outdoor living spaces is west, providing shade in the morning and sunset sea view in the evening from practically every corner of the house.
Access to the Villa is from the east (hillside) where parking area is found A stone stair leads to the main entrance and corridor at the upper level. A right turn leads to the living spaces whereas bedrooms are on the left.
The east facing patio adjacent to the main entrance allows natural light to enter through its plain glass walls and provides a view to the natural surrounding environment (stone, oregano and thyme bushes) as well as the olive tree of the patio.
The spacious living and dining area includes a concrete built sofa facing the fireplace, a dining table and the kitchen.
The latter is elevated by two steps and separated by a long concrete bench from the rest of the living space. A "horse" door (separate upper & lower part) leads from the kitchen to the external living area which is at the same level.
The corridor to the left of the main entrance and next to the patio leads to the master bedroom. The en-suite bathroom is divided by a short wall from the bedroom. There is separate en-suite closed WC. The master bedroom has direct access to the pools' swimming lane and has sun-set sea view.
The second bedroom of this floor is at the end of the corridor, along with the second separate bathroom. The bedroom has its own private sea view balcony.
External Ground-Floor Layout
The external living space includes a large concrete dining table for 12 persons with wooden benches and a built corner sofa.
The pool level is two steps below, at the same level with the indoor living space. The" infinity" pool is L shaped, surrounding the house and providing a swimming lane 1.4 wide, 1.2 deep and approximately 15 meters long.
The external coal BBQ is situated at the corridor behind the house, communicating with the kitchen through a sliding window.
There are two more external sitting areas, the first is at the other side of the pool and the second is 7-8 meters north-west from the pool, providing the best sunset view of the house.
Internal Lower-Level Layout
A stair connects the main living space with the play-room below that is equipped with TV and DVD, a table tennis and a kitchenette with a small fridge.
A corridor from the play-room, leads to the two main bedrooms of this floor. Their internal architectural arrangement is similar to the upper floor. They both have access to a patio surrounded by the house and a view towards the sea.
A fifth, secondary room with a sofa bed is situated next to the play-room. It has no natural light and no designated bathroom.
On the same plot of 5300 sq.mtrs, there is a second house of similar architectural design. Contact is limited to the south facing stone wall while indoor and outdoor living areas of both villas are on opposite ends at a distance of 40 mtrs in order to exclude any physical or eye contact that would interfere with the privacy and tranquility of the guests. To-date, the adjacent house is uninhabited (2013)
There is no fixed telephone line in the house. Mobile phones operate at the external sitting area of the house nd partly in the inside living room. 3G internet is available only through mobile smart phones and tablets.
This "particularity", along with the fact that there are no artificial lights at the area in front of the house, makes it the ideal place to enjoy tranquility and nature.
At night one can see the Milky Way, the moon setting in the sea and a sky full of stars (asteria in Greek), to which the villa owes its name.