On the cosmopolitan island of Spetses, at a central and western point of the Aegean sea just about 2.5 hours by speedboat from the Athenian port of Piraeus, a stone building 200 years old 
 has been declared as listed - meaning that it has been placed on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural and Historic Interest and it has been owned by the same family for 7 generations. Recently restored, renovated and fully equipped to the high standards of modern accommodation, the Heralald villa is set back on a quiet alley in the centre of the charming town of Spetses, a 3 minutes walk from the port, 10 minutes walk from the old harbor and just around the corner (about 80 meters) from the sandy beach of Agios Mamas. The property sits on a 1,000 square meter plot and consists of a main house with living areas, foyer, kitchen and 3 bedrooms, a guesthouse with 2 bedrooms, dining area and second kitchen. The unique, very large, internal courtyard has a mature garden of old trees and is dotted by a variety of colorful flowers, rare pebbled mosaics, a BBQ and built-in traditional wood oven, various dining areas, lounging area and various sitting areas spread around the grounds.

  • Spetses, Greece
  • 8 guests
  • March to October
  • From € 13'000 per week
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