— In a nutshell, how would you describe Cyclades Villa?
It’s a cubical building at first sight but with many soft curves inside and outside, if we translate it in the context of feelings it could be describes as a ‘coud de foudre’ with gentle caresses…”
— Cyclades Villa terrace
— Why did you decide to rent the villa to holiday guests?
— Living area
— Tell us a bit about the holiday home’s rooms and facilities.
A steep old stair made from big marble steps leads to the lower level where you find the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom. A small hallway leads to the other two bedrooms with two single beds each, the central bathroom and the laundry room.
All amenities are provided as part of the holiday rental such as TV, DVD, CD players, WiFi from June to September, dishwasher, washing machine, solar boiler, central heating, a fireplace and everything else a normal house offers.”
— Tell us about the architecture and the renovation of the villa please.
— Cyclades Villa exterior
— How would you describe the style of Cyclades Villa?
The rooms in the private part of the holiday home were more simple, just with the essentials but always with some religious symbols such as crosses, an image of Madonna or Christ.”
— You’re an art dealer from Athens, what was your inspiration to buy a villa on Tinos Island and restore it?