Villa Super Paradise Delight is equipment and the furniture abide to the highest quality standards.
On a 7000 m land plot at Agios Isidoros, overlooking Super Paradise, lays a single-storey stone residence embedded into the hillside with modesty, without bragging its presence.
This discreet and sophisticated residence was jointly designed by the owners. The building began by restoring an old îcellî that villagers tended their animals in, situated around a rock formation and initially used by the owner as a meditation shelter.
The stone residence was placed on the edge of the site; the main entrance, by the road, leads to an enclosed atrium that functions as a sitting and dining area, since it contains a built-in oven and a BBQ. The main sitting and dining areas as well as the kitchen are accessed through this space. The ground floor also includes the master bedroom with its en suite bathroom, a study room and a guest bathroom. From the atrium, a stone staircase leads to a lower level comprising of a guest room with its own bathroom and kitchen, and auxiliary spaces. The main sitting area opens up to a spacious veranda shaded by a pergola, where the summer living area unfolds. Right next to it there is a pond that, along with a recycled waterfall in the back atrium, adds the indispensable element of water to meditation.
Warm colours in beige hues that grace the walls and wooden ceiling, and timber floors with wide planks, contribute a sensation of relaxation and serenity to the residenceís interior. The ochre ceramic 1x1m tiles in the external areas tie harmoniously with the stone walls and the reed and glass pergolas. The interior layout gives the main spaces sea views as well as direct viewing and access, via narrow footpaths, to the olive grove, vines and garden with seasonal vegetables.
By the reeds, the old îcellî has been transformed into an independent guest house, with the addition of a bathroom and a semi-outdoor kitchenette that is literally embedded in the rocks. A chapel, also hidden in the rocks, completes the constructionís monastic aura.
Reeds along the site perimeter contribute to the desired zen aesthetic: the Mykonian winds carry their rustle throughout the space, like music.