110 sqm

  • Two king size beds
  • One sofa bed
  • Two bathrooms with rain showers
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting and dining area
  • Jetted plunge pool
  • Balcony with caldera view
  • Room service
  • Three satellite TVs
  • Hi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi
  • A/C
  • Safety deposit
  • Mini bar

An old residence resting on the cobbled alleys of the traditional village of Fira, along the edge of Santorini’s famous Caldera, has been converted into a summer house offering 110 square meters of refined, eclectic aesthetics that tap into tradition through the use of local materials and vintage deco objects. This is a cozy two-bedroom plus bathrooms island getaway, complete with a living space for casual socializing while dining and cooking after a long day under the sun, accommodating a total of five guests. Inside, guests can enjoy the clean geometry of SEPIA’s vaulted ceilings, walk barefoot on its traditional stone floor and marvel at the clay covered walls and wooden furniture made by local craftsmen. It is the villa’s exterior spaces that are the protagonists however, with the wedge-shaped yard hosting an oblong, jetted pool and the enclosed courtyards creating the beating ‘heart’ of the villa. While the elongated typology is accounted for by the lack of light in the depth of the space, ultimately it makes for a mystical feature that creates the sense of a protective cocoon.