Minimal Blue Villa is a post-modern style villa on a wooded hillside property overlooking the coast of east Attica. The composition of the basic shapes of triangles, circles and squares, so typical of this architectural style, lends the building its striking appearance.
With over 300 square metres of floor space, the villa can accommodate six adults and three children. You enter the villa on the first floor, where you will find the large living area with a fireplace. The impressive room height, marble-clad walls and row of windows under the ceiling combine to create an almost church-like ambiance. Panoramic windows open the room out to a terrace overlooking the pool and the sea. On this level you will also find the kitchen (which also provides access to the terrace) and the master bedroom. The stairs and a lift take you down to the in-between level which houses an office and then to the ground floor. This level features the junior suite and two children’s rooms, both with a loft area. Additionally, there is a living room with a large library and another bedroom, which can be accessed through a separate entrance. The main attraction in the property’s Mediterranean garden is the 100 square meter pool surrounded by sun-decks.
What to do
The beach is a 10 minute walk away. By car you can reach Porto Rafti in 5 minutes and the city centre of Athens in 40 minutes. You can also visit the Sanctuary of Artemis (1km), Attica Zoo Park (12km) and Vorres Modern Art Museum (16km).
Why we like this house
A house with plenty of space, comfort and a unique ambience. The many windows in their different shapes provide brightness and create an fascinating interplay of light and shade.
This house is great for
Holidays with family and friends. Perfect for joint holidays with 2 families.
Details of the property
Region/Town: GR – Greece, East Attica, Chamolia
Name: Minimal Blue Villa
Scenery: On a wooded hillside property overlooking the coast
Number of guests: max. 9: 6 adults, 3 kids
Design: Kostas Zouvelos + Kassiani Theodorakakou, Athens
Published: Architectural magazine EK in Greece, 2007