Heliades Villas: Newly built luxurious 3 level villas
The 'Heliades' complex consists of three (3) brand new independent fully furnished and equipped luxurious residences situated in an amphitheatric estate in the South-West coast of Andros, no more than 10 minutes drive from the sea port of Gavrio and 5 minutes drive from the sandy beach of Fellos bay.
This unique in the island complex, easily accessible throughout the year, has been designed with the use of natural, environmental friendly materials, combining the “Cycladic” architecture with the “modern”, satisfying the highest expectations of the tenants’ for luxury and comfort.
The first two villas, Villa Helias and Villa Etheria, which have a breathtaking view to Fellos bay and the green valley shaped between the mountains, extend into three levels, can accommodate eight to twelve individuals each, in four bedrooms and living spaces and are completely autonomous with exclusive landscaped garden of an average surface of 1.000 sq.m, a 4 x 9 sq.m swimming pool and a parking area.
They inlcude two spacious living rooms with fire places, four bedrooms with A/C, three bathrooms, two WC, two fully built-in electric equipped open plan kitchens, sunny verandas, patios, wooden traditional style pergolas, autonomous heating and power supply, outdoor shower, BBQ, etc.
The third villa, Villa Phivi, is now available and for sale (for 700,000 euros) and it includes: two spacious living rooms with fire places, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two WC, built in kitchen and kitchenette with oven, stove, refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave etc., Italian windows and doors, installation for independent heating system, large verandas, patios, pergola and private garden.
The house has been built with great care and selective materials, such as marbles, wood and stone. The treatment of all materials is unique, - marbles of “Dionysos” with special obsolescence, carved stones and traditional dry stone walls.
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This page was last updated: 20 September 2013