Overlooking Fabrika Beach and just a short drive from Hermoupolis, this villa has a chic, beach house elegance, with an utterly breathtaking design resolved down to every exquisite detail. The villa is spacious and uncluttered both inside and out, giving an airy, pleasant feel and making summer living easy and delightful. Its stylishly crafted interiors encompass an en-suite double bedroom, an open plan living and dining area along with a fully equipped kitchen on the ground floor, where the traditional whitewashed look has been fused with contemporary style and designer furnishing to spectacular effect.
The upper level takes up most of the sleeping accommodation, with five gracefully appointed bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, including fanciful kids’ rooms. Outside, extensive lawns and aesthetic gardens provide a fitting backdrop to the sparkling multi-colored swimming pool with a Jacuzzi, while various snug, yet comfortable lounging areas and sun beds invite guests to sit around or sunbathe. Satisfying all possible needs, the villa is also sharing an extra quarter on the beach level that comprises of a playroom, an extra large home theatre, a gym, cozy communal areas and two en-suite bedrooms.
Syros is the island where Greek tradition and western influence come to a harmonious marriage. Ermoúpoli (meaning “the city of Hermes”) is the island’s capital town and has been the first important trade and industrial centre of the country in the 19th century. Evidence of this glorious past can be seen on public buildings (the City Hall, the Customs Office, “Apollo” theatre), on the neoclassical houses and at the beautiful squares. Due to its economic activity, Ermoúpoli has been called “Manchester of Greece” and the history of its years of blossom is exhibited in the Industrial Museum.
The Orthodox community has contributed some outstanding religious monuments to the architecture of Ermoúpoli such as the churches of Metamórphossi tou Sotíros (Transfiguration of Jesus Christ), St Nicolas the Rich (Áyios Nikólaos Ploússios), Dormition of the Mother of God (Koímissis tis Theotókou).