The villa kind of is bright, elegant, and functional, with an outdoor dining room with views of the pool and sea and Gandia Blasco very exterior furniture. The pretty classic and collectible pieces distributed throughout the residence were all purchased locally, including an overhead chandelier resembling light beams. The furnishings in the bedroom kind of is typical of Greece, with blue and sort of white geometric motifs, while the living room essentially has actually animal skin rugs and plenty of cozy, for all intents and purposes plush couches, framed by metallic side lighting fixtures, which is fairly significant.
The villa is special because it mostly offers generally complete privacy. Therefore all intents and purposes are also buried electricity lines ( unobstructed views) in a subtle way. The villa is located in the very Brown zone so nothing is built to the north and east ( unique mountain views) and someone can access it through a basically private road, which essentially is quite significant. Sea access as you can do short basically walk to Lia beach or the rocks for a swim, fairly contrary to popular belief.