Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
A little off the beaten track is Agape. A whitewashed, sugar cube villa in typical Cycladic design. Located on the south side of Paros, Agape is just moments away from the beach.
Consisting of a main house and a guesthouse with a total of seven bedrooms, Agape is the ideal property for a multigenerational escape. An inviting terrace at the front offers plenty of outdoor space and includes a lovely pool area, shaded dining and lounge area. A large ten-seater dining table under a shaded terrace is just the spot to entertain and enjoy a barbeque or cocktails.
The crystal clear waters and sandy shores of Lolantonis beach are just 150m away.
Recent renovations with island chic furnishings and a palette of earth tones playfully accent the spaces. Beautiful wooden surfaces are a dominant element in the decor, adding a warm flair to the entire ambience. Bespoke lighting above the eat-in kitchen and dining room tables enhance the visual elements.
Stone paths lead around the property through a Mediterranean garden studded with island vegetation and aromatic herbs. The views of the sea will delight you at all hours of the day.
The buyer of this property is eligible for the Greek Golden Visa Program.
A medium sized island, Paros is a pleasingly round shape, formed by a single mountain sloping gently down on all sides towards the sea. Just a 3-4 hour ferry trip from Athens, or a short 40 minute flight from the city to Paros National Airport, the island is well connected and centrally located within the Aegean, making it the perfect choice for international visitors all year long.Peaceful throughout the winter, Paros bursts into life during summer, with countless boutiques, cafes, artisan workshops and traditional shops opening their doors to visitors from the Greek mainland and beyond. Despite its role as a popular tourist destination, Paros has managed to preserve its local spirit in a way some other islands have not. Traditional houses are whitewashed with blue doors and window-frames, whilst larger buildings may have beautiful private gardens filled to the brim with fragrant orange trees and vibrant bougainvillea.The first choice for the smart set is Naousa, a typical Cycladic settlement filled with cobbled streets and simple, white buildings. The tiny harbour is home to countless traditional tavernas and ouzeries, whilst the sight of fresh octopus hung up to dry on is a regular, ever-day occurrence. Gastronomy lovers are spoiled for choice at this culinary hotspot of the Aegean, with prestigious names including Barbarossa, Mario Restaurant and Le Sud serving the freshest seafood all summer long. Naousa also boasts a vivid nightlife scene, from elegant city clubs and award-winning bars to traditional kafeneions and laid-back cafes.Show More