This luxury villa offers direct frontage onto a beautiful white pebble beach, as well as private boat mooring, on the exclusive north east coast of Corfu. The villa has been exquisitely designed to marry traditional Corfiot Architecture with the comforts of luxury living. The property maintains complete privacy, while also offering the convenience of local amenities within short proximity, including the lovely local fish tavernas. The property is accessed via private gates, leading to the rear courtyard area, as well as the entrance to the villa. Upon entering the villa into the spacious living room, the views of the sea are immediately noticed through the wide balcony doors, which also exit onto the several outdoor terraces. The separate kitchen area is fitted with luxurious custom cabinets, with high market appliances.
All of the 5 double bedrooms in the villa face the views, and offer access to the outdoor living, either through balconies or terraces. Additionally, each bedroom offers its own ensuite bathroom, all custom designed with high end fixtures and finishes. The guest cottage is entirely self contained, and could also be utilised as staff accommodation if necessary. The lower level of the main villa contains a fully equipped gymnasium, and additional shower room, laundry area, as well as cinema room. Further features of the villa include underfloor heating and cooling throughout the property, solar heated pool, and irrigation system and a large swimming pool. The positional advantage of the villa, allowing seafront views, is not to be understated; with direct an easy access to one of the finest secluded beaches on the island, this property is truly a “hidden gem”.
With the passage of time Corfu may have changed, but we can still feel the spirit of a distant glorious past . Its rich multi-cultural heritage, its historic monuments its stunning natural landscape, its crystal clear seas, and its excellent weather all year round explain why Corfu is one of the most cosmopolitan Mediterranean destinations weaving a powerful spell on its visitors.
Corfu (Kérkyra), unlike the rest of Greece, never fell under the Ottoman oppression. Due to the successive dominations of the Venetians, the French and the British over the centuries, the island has primarily become part of the Western rather the Levantine world. Their culture wielded strong influence in the city: it was here that the first Greek University (theIonian Academy), the first Philharmonic Orchestra and the First School of Fine Arts were founded.