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Monastery’s Border House, Hora, Patmos
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In pedestrian Hora, bordering the Monastery, with a grand view to the Port, a cobblestone access leads to a three level house with 5 Bedrooms, 3 Baths and a protected Courtyard. Ground floor: Entrance hall, large Seating / Bedroom with built-in ‘ondas’ of two beds and quiet Mezzanine for 2 more children’s beds. Bath with shower, Breakfast room, Pantry and Kitchen with second stairs...

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SPETSES KOYZOUNO BEACH-FRONT House
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Across from the private little island of Spetsopoula lies a narrow sliver of eight thousand m2 with a coastal front of three hundred meters with sparse olive trees. The building followed the allowed surface of 200 m2 while keeping the Building authority’s regulations for the Spetses traditional forms. The house is made up of four volumes with four-sided roofs. The central taller one covers...

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PATMOS ATRIUM House
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This house was initially a dark ruin on the south side of the urban medieval agglomeration of Hora with a view to the bay of Grikos and the stunning water-locked rock of Kalikatsou with hermit caves reminder of St. Johns Apocalypse cave. There were promising details to the development of the house. The robust exterior chiseled stone frames to doors and windows, the characteristic...

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Old Port House, Spetses
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Old Port House, Spetses The island of Spetses is by car two and a half hours away from Athens. Although with a past of seafaring help for the Greek independence of 1821 it has become a vacation ‘’suburbia’’, keeping the 19th century vernacular. This single family house shows the owners’ concern for each member’s privacy. The parents, two daughters, a son and guests have...

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PATMOS MANY LEVELED  West House
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Hora in Patmos has one of the best conserved agglomerations in Greece. Built from the 11th cent. as an urban spiral down the Monastery of St John the Theologian, who in a cave wrote the shattering Apocalypse. At its wealthy period it received constant pirate attacks when men were at sea or in commerce with Venice, Vienna, Odessa. Women created a social matriarchy where...

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ARAHOVA WINTER House, Mt Parnassus
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Winter Lodge, Parnassos Bound by three cobblestoned streets of Arahova, the house has a stunning front view to a rocky gorge of mount Parnassos. It combines a mountain village urbanity with a free standing rural lodge. On the steep ground the initial solution followed successfully a construction in slow phases. The long two storey volume consists of a central reception with bedrooms at both...

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Vacation House Spetses
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Vacation House, Spetses A ten thousand m² plateau, a site floating over the main town and the view across the Peloponnesos coast. The house is made of three parts, connected with a wooden pergola. The main part is central, with a guest house on either side. The island’s vocubulary features pitched four-sided roofs. Three terraces are each protected by a trellis sitting on thick...

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Water Mill in Saint Lavrentios, Mt. Pelion
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Water Mill in Saint Lavrentios, Mt. Pelion Mt. Pelion’s range borders north by the sea, is covered with apple or chestnut trees with streams of running waters. A young couple bought a lonely old watermill with a flat or steeped land seeming larger than its 2500 m2 size. Its boundaries are a gurgling stream, a dirt road and a nearby small village hidden by...

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