- Property: 35.000 m2
- Villa: 440 m2
- Capacity: 12 guests
- Bedrooms: 6
- Bathrooms: 5
- Marvellous gardens with views all around
- Staff Quarters
- Laundry Room
- Terrace/Outdoor Space
- Wine Cellar
- 2 Fireplaces
- Central Air-Condition System
- Digital Ground TV and Satellite TV
- 7 Separate Outside Dining Areas
- Swimming Pool (20m x 10m, with Automated Regulation for Chlorine, PH, anti-Algea)
- Private Dock with Kiosk & 2 Docking systems
- Access to 2 Private pebbled Beaches on both sides of the Cape
- Parking for 3 cars
- Kitchen garden at the guest’s disposal
- Over 700 Olive Trees, Peach Trees, Blackberry Trees, Fig Trees, Lemon Trees, Orange Trees and Mandarin Trees
- Chicken Farm
GROUND FLOOR: 1 tv room /1 living room /1 dining room /1 guest WC /2 balconies/1 fully equipped kitchen.
1ST FLOOR: 2 libraries/3 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms/balconies.
LOWER LEVEL: 2 guest rooms/1 bathroom/1 Kitchenette/Separate room with WC.
The Villa is located within a 35.000 m2 plot of land, with a South-West Orientation. Boasting an Exemplary Finish and presented to the Highest Standard. It is surrounded by 6.000 m2 of beautiful gardens. There are 2 private pebbled beaches on both sides of the cape with crystal clear waters.
The Ground Floor comprises of a kitchen, a guest WC, a living room, a dining and TV area and a fireplace, all on the same level separated by Structural Arches.
The 1st Floor offers 3 Bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and study areas.
The lower level comprises 2 guest rooms, 1 bathroom, and a kitchenette. There is also a separate room with a WC.
Swimming Pool Area
Large Private Outdoor Swimming Pool with a Surface of 200 m2 (20×10) with a Water Massage Area. Automated regulation for Chlorine, PH, and anti-algae. Very nice surrounding area with Pergola, BBQ, Bar, Plants, etc.
Access to 2 private beaches on both sides of the cape. Walking distance from the Main House. Beaches are with small-pebble and sand. The sea water is Crystal Clear and of top quality.
Private Dock Area
With a sea Kiosk with all comforts and utilities for resting (20 m2). 2 Docking systems for private yachts (blocks & chains totalling 5 tones in the sea). Provision for Electricity, Water, Internet Wi-Fi.
A Parking area of 110 m2
The property is 7 km from the town. Making arrangements for a car or motorbikes/quads and even a Speed-boat is recommended. Spetses is reachable from Athens, by sea (Flying Dolphin) at 1:45 hrs, by car (via Korinthos) 200 Km, by Private yacht, and Helicopter.
An unusual aspect of Spetses is that no private automobiles are allowed within the town limits. The most common modes of transport are walking, horse-drawn carriages, bicycles, mopeds, and motorcycles. Only taxis and delivery vehicles are allowed in the downtown area. Ferries and high-speed hydrofoils arrive regularly from the Athenian port of Piraeus.
Trails encircle the island and total about 25 to 30 km. Beaches closest to the town of Spetses include Ayios Mamas in the centre of town; and Kaíki (previously College) beach 1 kilometre (0.6 miles) to the northwest and Ayia Marina 2 kilometres (1 mile) to the south, both of which offer water sports. Public buses serve beaches further outside town, including Zogeria, Agioi Anargiroi, and Agia Paraskevi.
The Poseidonion Hotel was built by Sotirios Anargyros, a descendant of a great 18th-century Spetsiot shipping family. His branch of the family had fallen on hard times, and he emigrated to the United States as a young man in 1868, when Spetses was declining as a maritime centre. In 1899 he returned from the US, now a wealthy tobacco tycoon and started to transform the island of his youth.
He saw the need for a comfortable hotel and built the Poseidonion in the style of its French Mediterranean models, the Carlton in Cannes (1911) and the Negresco in Nice (1912). The Poseidonion rapidly became the favourite vacation spot for high society, royalty, and the rich Athenians who came to enjoy a small slice of the grand life.
Each year, the second weekend of September is dedicated to celebratory events aimed at commemorating the events of the battle of 8 September 1822, in combination with the feast of the chapel of Panagiá Armáta (the Madonna-in-arms), near the lighthouse. The events culminate with a fictionalized re-enactment of the battle, including the torching of the Turkish flagship in the harbour, an incident not mentioned in historical depictions of the battle.
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