Located on the West side of Kea (Tzia) island, set above the amazing Xyla Bay, the property offers stunning sea and sunset views and an idyllic beach with blue-green translucent waters just a stroll down by feet. The villa is part of a complex designed by famous Greek architect A. Tompazis. Inside, the décor is an exercise in uncluttered tranquillity, its main elements being the rough white-painted stone of the walls and the grey polished cement that create a harmonising flow.The owner, being in the interior design business himself, created a monochrome aesthetic with surprising injections of color, that make the house feel warm and welcoming. Outdoors, every single detail has been given great importance: from the unwind large pergola shaded terrace where one can relax, enjoy alfresco dinner and hang-out with friends, to the bbq and the open-air shower.The villa’s small garden, carefully designed by the owners, has a large variety of native plants that offer aroma, colour and eye satisfaction.
House description: A two-storey seaside stone house with independent guestroom (120sqm)
4 bedrooms-3 bathrooms
Main house-lower ground floor: One queen bedroom with en suite bathroom with shower and private terrace. One bedroom with bank beds with adjacent bathroom with shower. One bedroom with single bed (mainly for staff, due to small size).
Independent guestroom-ground floor: One queen bedroom with en suite bathroom with shower.
Main house-ground floor: Open-plan fully equipped kitchen- dinner- living room area.
A covered dining and sitting area that can accommodate up to 10 people. Next to it there is a stone made bbq. Built-in benches with cushions to enjoy the views and 2 adults and 2 kids' sunbeds to sunbathe and relax.
Convenient open-air shower is located behind the guesthouse (see house blueprint in the photos section)
Special characteristics: The house, an ideal escape for families, but also couples or small group of friends, sun and sea lovers, is ideally located, away from it all, but close to everything one may wish:
The spectacular sandy Xyla beach is a few steps away, accessible either by feet (10’), or by car (2'). Part of the beach is organized (umbrellas, sunbeds) and part of it is free.
Kea's port, at 5 km, offers all facilities and various restaurants, cafe, shops.
Famous Vourkari, with its lively yacht marina, lovely churches, excellent restaurants, elegant shops, delightful cafe and bars is a 15' drive.
Ioulis, the picturesque capital of Kea, is another 20' drive. More restaurants and cafe can be found here, while, its main attractions are the archaeological museum, the town hall and the sculpture of Leon (lion).