Villa Drakothea’s interior is just as unique as its exterior. From the kitchen, to dinning area, to the living room, to all bedrooms and bathrooms, the style, the design and function is very consistant and harmonious,
The blend of Mykonian old charm using stone and found wood create visual excitment. All major rooms open to a patio, balcony or terrace, where one can dine, sunbathe or lounge undisturbed.There are fire places in all indoor and bedroom areas and as well a very functional central heating, making the house very comfortable even during the winter months.
Load-bearing stone walls whitewashed with rough surfaces, floors out of stone or coloured cement, build-in furniture,corridors carved into rocks,the use of old doors through out the house create a very elegant and cosy atmosphere.
Drakothea is tastefully decorated with antiques and art pieces and special attention paid to every detail. The lighting both in the day, but also at night seems almost magic,unexpected and dramatic and makes the house very cosy and romantic and the perfect stage for entertaining.
This is a house with intimate charm,elegance and style, without compromising the needs of a modern,contemporary house.
The ground floor of the main house contains a very elegant dinning area and an open plan kitchen , fully equipped with dishwasher,oven,microwave,coffe maker,blender etc. Drapes of white see-through fabric hang flowing gracefully to separate the room from the entrance. Through arched passages you move into a spacious,round,stone carved living room with comfortable build in sofas all around and an impressive fire place as a focal point. The TV and Hi-Fi equipment are well hidden behind a thick antique wooden door.A very large bay window provides endless sea views.
A stoa, semi-carved in the natural rock, leads to a guest bedroom, with an en-suite bathroom,a walk-in closet and a private terrace with great views to the pool and the sea.
The first floor contains the large and chic masterbedroom with a unique domed-ceiling bathroom with coloured glasses ,that creates a spectacular effect. There is also a private balcony over looking the pool and the garden. Some steps higher another bedroom with large bay window looks at some panoramic views.The staircase connecting the two levels resenbles a natural rock cavity, while hosting a small bathroom and a shower area.
The first floor goes out to a very large veranda which leads to a pergola-shaded dinning terrace, with superb,panoramic sea and garden views.
Many terraces and pergolas around the house provide an open and yet private way to enjoy the amazing views and the spectacular blue of the skies and Aegean Sea.