Not far from the bustling centre of Paros, at the west part of the island and close to the port that connects Paros to Antiparos, lays the tranquil bay of Agia Irini, a charming settlement with a lush little beach and an off-the-grid vibe. In sharp contrast with this setting of rural bliss, villa Jackson masterfully translates traditional Cycladic design into a dramatic, contemporary dwelling.
The spectacular 6 bedroom residence is a complex of geometric volumes that reflect the austerity of the barren landscape and create an eye-catching antithesis with the soothing seascape. The outdoor space, fitted with a gorgeous decked swimming pool, a sunset-oriented open sky lounge and an al fresco dining area, boasts uninterrupted sea-views that extend all the way to the neighbouring island of Antiparos. Uniform in style and generous in space, the interior echoes the house’s contemporary spirit. Industrial floorings and stark-white surfaces are animated by signature furniture in vivid colours, the décor’s edgy feel softened by vast windows that let the seascape in. To better utilise space and maximise privacy, the villa is comprised of two houses, each with its own separate guest house.
Unrivalled natural beauty, beaches with crystal clear waters, unrivalled Byzantine footpaths connecting traditional villages and breathtaking landscapes make Páros, located at the heart of the Cyclades, one of the best loved holiday destinations in Greece.