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The House of the Palm Trees, Mykonos, Greece

Originally built in 1906, this beautiful Mykonian home is located in the heart of the island, near the old town of Ano Mera. Renovated 12 years ago, this property – transformed with fine taste, immense charm and care for detail – is situated in one of the most lush and colorful gardens on Mykonos Island.via

Surrounded by an oasis of rich Mediterranean vegetation, flowers and Greek amphorae, the villa’s swimming pool is completely private and features stylish antique deck chairs.

The pool’s guest house, with separate entrance from a private garden patio, features two lovely and spacious bedrooms – each with en-suite bathroom. An outdoor dining area, located next to the pool in a private garden setting, offers a large pergola-shaded table and a fully equipped open-air kitchen with cooking appliances and a wood fire BBQ. A second small garden house with an extra bedroom and a small living room is available and most suitable for teenagers or staff.

The main house, structured around a large and beautifully antique furnished sitting room, has floor-to-ceiling French doors opening onto a romantic terrace shaded by a giant Eucalyptus tree. The terrace, via a marble staircase bordered by palm trees, leads down to the swimming pool. The kitchen has a true country cottage feel and adjoins a bright dining room charmingly decorated and exhibiting local art pieces. With its impressive baldaquin bed, the master bedroom has an en-suite, fully equipped bathroom, which includes a large marble shower and dressing room

A live-in maid and a private cook guarantee maximum comfort, quality service and personalised attention.
Best suited to a mature lifestyle and refined taste, this authentic Mykonian villa offers guests marvelous moments of relaxation and pure inspiration. A privileged vacation in an atmosphere of quality, tranquility and charm.

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