A luxury mansion 410 M2 located in Oia, Santorini. The mansion was built around 1840 and constitutes a prominent example of a neoclassical captain’s-house. It has been registered as a "scheduled building" by the Ministry of Aegean and the Ministry of Culture.
It is a two-storied house and it stands and views one of the most famous sunsets of our planet.
The main facade of the mansion presents particular interest, with its capitals, and particular ornaments of strictly neoclassical type. The roofing is the type of monastery vaults, carved and cross - vaulted.
The influences of neoclassical architecture with the integration of all characteristic features of folklore architecture give to this house a particularly interesting design that distinguishes it from all the other neoclassical houses of the island.
The house is rich in furniture (sofa, china, cabinets, Venetian mirrors, old chandeliers etc.,) and valuable objects brought by the captains when they travelled with their sailing vessels to America, Odessa, Alexandria, Malta etc.
The mansion has been fully renovated to the highest modern standards while retaining its original character and glory. It offers Wi-Fi, air conditioning, heating etc and in is one of the very few properties on the island that can operate all year round.
The mansion consists of 5 levels; the ground floor, the first floor, the terrace, the jacuzzi level & the basement and sleeps eight people in four bedrooms, either in four double beds or in a combination of two double beds & four single beds. It has three bathrooms, two of which are en-suite.
Property Features Include: air conditioning, central heating, jacuzzi, terrace with view, extra bed and bathroom for staff can be used
Views Include: Water, Sunset
Architectural Style: Mediterranean
Languages Spoken by Host: Greek, English