Built at the end of 1800, this house was bought as a summer residence and since then its residents have spent their holidays here doing just the same:
cooking Greek food in the kitchen and hanging out in the patio while kids run in the 1000 square meters garden outside. In August, they would pick up the most delicious figs from the fig tree hidden between the olive trees.
The renovations in 1994 were sensitive to the conservation of the original construction, still visible in the built-in kitchen and in the general design of the house, style of decoration and furniture. Over time the garden has grown extensively thanks to the love and care of the owners, who were always considerate of the life of the trees. Gardeners come regularly to the house to take care of its external space, from the garden itself to the beautiful and large bougainvillea which shadows the patio.
On the ground floor, the kitchen is fully equipped with cooking utensils, pots and pans; the dining area is furnished with a family dining table and chairs; the bathroom is conveniently accessible from the kitchen/dining area. The living room can accomodate one or two people as the sofa converts into a bed. Upstairs, the master bedroom has two single beds zipped together, a wardrobe and a dressing table.