Set in a privileged elevated location only a few steps away from a gorgeous private beach with pristine waters, villa Monica is a fine example of Corfiot architecture. This luxurious five bedroom villa sits in a grand estate that allows ample space to all indoor and outdoor areas. The building itself is designed as a set of terracotta-roofed blocks arranged in different levels, allowing for each room to open to a terrace and enjoy superb views of the verdant landscape and the Ionian sea.
Equipped with a dining area that can sit 24 guests, the vast stone-paved pool terrace is ideal for garden parties. The swimming pool offers eye-catching views of the surroundings, while several lounging corners have been created to fully take advantage of the abundance of space.
Unsurprisingly, space defines the interior as well. The living room is bright and airy, with wooden floors and high wooden ceilings. Large windows pierce the walls, granting access to the terrace and letting the sunlight in. The palette is quiet, mainly in tones of white and beige that are tastefully accentuated by raw materials and casually arranged artifacts.
The decoration is a mixture of French country luxury and Mediterranean-chic sophistication. The adjacent dining area, which can entertain up to 12 guests, is served by an evenly large, fully equipped kitchen. Each of the five bedrooms has its own signature style and palette, varying from minimal-chic beiges to flowery French country pinks and blues.
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