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Property Pick - Idyllic home in Mykonos

It is often said that there are only three things to consider when purchasing property.: Location Location, Location! Inspired by the Greek villas of Antiparos. Dramatically situated on the rocks this unique location allows you to live your seaside dream!


Home for sale in Mykanos, Langebaan

Dramatically situated on the rocks facing the Ocean. This exquisite house is designed to allow you the privilege of having panoramic sea views from literally every window . Built on three levels with large sundecks . The top floor contains two suites with spa baths and views over the ocean leading out to sundecks that stretch the length of the house. 

The middle floor contains a spacious kitchen with an island and scullery that looks out over the living room and dining room with panoramic views of the ocean. The sundeck has a beautifully designed lapa with an infinity pool fitted with bar stools where one can enjoy sitting in the pool while having a cocktail. 

The lower floor contains two en suite bedrooms with their own private balconies as well as a spacious study literally 20 meters from the waves, and a huge cellar with oak floors and entertainment area. The house has underfloor heating throughout as well as an elevator connecting all the floors.


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