For Sale 3,500,000€ - Luxury Villas Greece, Villas for Sale Greece
Big Villa in Santorini For Sale, Pyrgos
Pyrgos is situated 5 km from the island’s capital Fira, and 6 km from Santorini international airport. The village is built on a hill with spectacular views of the island in most directions. Santorini is 45 minutes by air and between 4 – 8 hours by boat from Athens
This former wine factory has been transformed into a superb residential complex set in the picturesque village of
Pyrgos Kallistis in the heart of the Greek island of Santorini. The views of the island and Aegean Sea are both impressive and
The Villa is nestled at the foot of the historic castle of Pyrgos Santorini.
All impressive swimming pool and sun terraces. There is also a communal space with an extra full kitchen and a large dining area that looks over the pool area.
The villa has a very sleek and minimal Cycladic design. It has been restored with a deep understanding of traditional Santorini
architecture using the old style of polished cement and eco- friendly materials. Elements of the old factory have been
incorporated into the design including a large piece of machinery which stands like a magnificent sculpture in one of the properties. The floors were painstakingly crafted by local craftsmen who mixed colours and cement to create a beautiful matt finish throughout.
The Villa already has a thriving rental business which includes week long spa retreats and cooking schools off season. The
properties can be rented individually or together.
- Private garden
- Guest house
- Mountain views
- Communal pool
- Roof terrace
Space 1 (Guests: 4 + 1 extra)
1 master bedroom and 1 open-plan loft bedroom (both with double beds and Coco-Mat organic mattresses), banquet style couch, bathroom with tub and shower, WC, open-plan living and dining area, fully equipped kitchen with high quality cooking utensils, Led SAT TV, Wi-Fi, A/C,
Space 2(Guests: 4 + 2 extra)
1 master bedroom with organic mattress and sea view, en-suite bathroom, 1 double open-plan loft-style bedroom (both with double beds and Coco-Mat organic mattresses), banquet style couches, bathroom with tub and shower, open-plan living and dining area, fully equipped kitchen with high quality cooking utensils, Led SAT TV, Wi-Fi, A/C
Space 3 (Guests: 2 + 1 extra)
Bedroom with double bed with Coco-Mat organic mattress, banquet style couch, bathroom with tub and shower, open plan living and dining area, kitchenette, Led SAT TV, Wi-Fi, A/C,
Space 4 (Guests: 6 + 1 extra)
2 master bedrooms with double beds, 1 with two single beds (all with Coco-Mat organic mattresses), 1 en–suite bathroom with tub and shower, dressing room, 1 shared bathroom with shower, 1 WC, fully equipped kitchen with high quality cooking utensils, Led SAT TV, Wi-Fi
Private swimming pool 25 sqm. (270 sq. ft)
Outdoor lounge and dining areas
Private outdoor shower
The property showcases an exquisite and minimalist loft-style design, skillfully restored to honor the traditional Santorini architecture. The use of polished cement and eco-friendly materials reflects a profound understanding of the island’s heritage. Incorporating elements from the old factory, the design features a remarkable piece of machinery that stands as a magnificent sculpture, serving as the centerpiece of one of the many spacious living areas. The villa offers an abundance of outdoor space, including two stunning pool terraces and several other delightful alfresco arrangements, providing an array of options to bask in the warm Greek sunshine. Every detail of this home has been meticulously crafted to exude style and luxury without being overly ornate. It effortlessly combines unbeatable comfort with timeless elegance, resulting in a truly unique and exclusive villa experience.
The architecture encompasses vaulted spaces of various sizes and functions, organized within two main building volumes. Some spaces mimic caves, concealing their forms, while others are expressed as cubic volumes. The spatial layout and dimensions are influenced by the masonry construction, giving rise to domes, arches, thick walls, and small windows. These distinctive vernacular elements contribute to the complex geometry and form of the buildings. The Pyrgos fabric, comprised of typological units, becomes evident in the intricate spatial arrangement of the complex, with a central protected courtyard and various spaces built around it. This composition allows for an almost “theatrical” experience of the space, creating a heightened sense of privacy and introversion.