A Greek architect and his wife, an interior designer built this Mykonos Villa in 2005. Having spent many years in Mykonos, the couple designed the house according to the traditional Cycladic aesthetics, which gives one the feeling of being inside an enchanting stage set.
Situated close to the beach of Agios Stefano’s, this five-bedroom holiday villa in Mykonos offers some of the most panoramic views of the Aegean Sea, the town of Mykonos and the sacred island of Delos. this Mykonos holiday Villa is part of a complex of three independent villas which integrate perfectly to the landscape. The dominant external element is the natural rock, which is preserved in some exterior spaces as a natural decorative feature.
The decoration of the house is a balanced combination in the tones of beige and white with the odd splash of vivid red or blue, conveying an impression of solid aesthetic cohesion. The artifacts woven into the villa’s décor have been selected by the owners in order to complement the minimalism of the Cycladic style. Built on three levels in various cubic volumes, this villa rental in Mykonos allows for privacy when desired.
The vernacular architecture blends uniquely with the contemporary design of the interior spaces, which interconnects smoothly with open, covered terraces and the infinity view swimming pool. The concept of the entire property, as highlighted by the infinity pool, is to enjoy the enchanting views of Mykonos and its sunsets.
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