For Sale Contact us for Price - Luxury Villas Greece, Villas for Sale Greece
Cave Style Super Villa in Andros Island, Cyclades Luxury Villas
Luxury Estate Andros Greece, Luxury Property in Andros Greece, High-End Villa in Greece
If you’re looking for a truly unique example of subterranean splendor, check out this new residential development soon to be built in the second-largest island of Cyclades, Andros.
Nestled among Andros’ wild mountains, fecund valleys and waterfalls, Super Villa in Andros consist of two detached houses covering in total 600 sq.m in a land of 9200 sq.m.
Both residences feature an inviting dining-living area with large windows that flood the interior with light and a contemporary kitchen. The architecture is modern, compact, bears clear lines and is organically linked to the natural landscape of Andros. The properties offer a high-end aesthetic, privacy and breathtaking vistas of the endless blue.
There are six bedrooms in total on both levels; all six have en-suite bathrooms and captivating sea views. Two totally independent contemporary villas, with their own modern infinity pools, complete this inspiring off-plan development.
The underground of Super Villa in Andros, abode features smart examples of energy-efficient architecture like geothermal heating and passive design that keep the interior comfortable while completely eliminating the need for heating or cooling in the winter and summer months. The Green roofs are also part of this climate-proof construction fitted in the beauty of the Cycladic natural environment.
LOCATION – Cyclades Greece
Millions of Greek and foreign visitors come to the Cyclades every year to enjoy the dazzling light and the crystal blue waters, in the quest of the paradise on earth.
Just two hours from the port of Rafina, northeast of Athens, Andros is the greenest of the Cyclades islands as well as the second-largest after Naxos. And it’s full of surprises.
Where else could you find Venetian castles and untouched beaches, rushing rivers and abandoned watermills, a world-class modern art museum and the grand mansions of local ship-owners, as well as well-marked hiking trails and dramatic precipices?