Exploring the grounds will keep you constantly surprised and delighted as steps and pathways bring you to hidden sunny seating areas and cool corners to curl up in. A covered loggia with vine clad arches and small fountain provide a shady setting for lunch or alternatively head down to the fabulous pool (6 x 16 metres, constant depth of 1.80 metres) and lunch can be taken in the pool side loggia.
This is not a tamed, manicured garden, it is very established, the trees are massive and wherever you venture the vegetation has run riot and serves as a backdrop for an assortment of flowers and fragrant shrubs.
The interior of this imposing and substantial stone house is open and spacious, colourful and comfortable. Cool white marble floors provide a background for vibrant rugs and kilims, antique pieces and gilt framed mirrors and pictures. The sitting room has an interesting vaulted barrel ceiling and looks out onto the magnificent Melengech shading the terrace. Upstairs the library provides the perfect quiet corner to study the owner’s great selection of books.
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