Small two-storey house with an entrance on the left of the inner arched courtyard, flooded with jasmines and rosebays.
The ground floor is painted ochre and tiled with white marble slabs, with a fireplace, a separate kitchen area with hand-made wooden cupboards and work surface, and a small staircase leading up to a loft with a double mattress and a window opening at the height of the jasmines and looking out onto the mountains. A low Turkish arch built inside with red firebricks separates the kitchen from the private bathroom area, which was the open furnace of the house during the Turkish Occupation. The bathroom disposes of a built-in shower room.
First floor: a bedroom painted ochre, the colour of the sunset, with walls partly decorated with Venetian stone arches. There are two antique iron single beds and a hand-made wooden wardrobe. A small wooden staircase leads to the veranda-terrace with a panoramic view.
A veranda with director’s chairs, an iron table forged by Kostas, looking out onto the mountain and the sea.
Apartment surface: 50 m2. Veranda surface: 24 m2