Gaia, an architectural masterpiece nestled on the southern coast of the island of Milos, with stunning views of the Aegean Sea across to the islands of Folegandros and Crete and is currently up for sale for 5.5 million euros.
The picturesque island of Milos is known as the ‘Island of Colours’ due to its stunning beaches and beautiful landscapes and this property on the popular island offers complete privacy plus easy access to many beaches, the closest being just 4.8km away.
The in-cave, bioclimatic house features minimalist materials, wide open spaces, with a living room, dining room and open kitchen offering panoramic views and 10m wide window openings. The villa’s bedrooms all include ensuites and most enjoy breathtaking sea views.
Gaia’s simple and natural materials allow for unlimited moments of relaxation on an island of unspoiled beauty and authenticity.
Four and half thousand tons of earth were evacuated from a clifftop location on Milos to make space for this underground property and the seven-bedroom home has a single linear façade on ground level facing the Aegean Sea while the rest of it has been built into the earth.
Designed by talented Christos Vlachos, you can find more details via Greece Sotheby’s International Realty.