The villa is newly built and it has three floors, finished in a rustic-contemporary style od a very high quality standard.
This unique property has an excellent feel of the daylight due to the positioning of the windows in all directions.
The main villa is 182m² and on the first floor, it has a spacious open plan kitchen, dining and lounge area, an energy fireplace, and access to four balconies, one with ceramic tiled timber roof.
On the ground floor, there are four double bedrooms, one with ensuite bathroom with shower, a main bathroom with a large bathtub, a laundry-storage room and access to a balcony and the garden.
On the basement, there is a flat of 90m² and a cellar of 40sqm. The flat has two double bedrooms, a large open plan kitchen, dining and living space, a fireplace, a large bathroom with shower and a storage room.
Both the main property and the basement flat have large series of built-in wood/marble sitting areas with storage compartments (also in balconies and in garden), built-in bookcases and wardrobes, retractable mosquito nets.
Aegialeia. The name, before the Roman conquest in 146 B.C., of a strip of land between the gulf of Corinth in the north and Elis and Arcadia in the south, embracing twelve cities leagued together.
The Achaean League was prominent in the struggle of the Greeks against Roman domination;
It is probably due to this fact that the name was afterwards extended to the whole country south of Macedonia and Illyricum, corresponding approximately to modern Greece.
During the Roman period Achaia was usually governed as a senatorial province. The Governor was an ex-Praetor of Rome, and bore the title of Proconsul.
Corinth was the capital. When St. Paul came into Achaia (Acts 18), Gallio, a brother of Seneca, was proconsul.
His refusal to interfere in the religious affairs of the Jews and the tolerance of his administration favoured the spread of Christianity.
In Corinth the Apostle founded a flourishing church. In his Second Epistle to the Corinthians, he salutes Christians “in all Achaia” (i, 1) and commends their charity.