Aegean Jewel: The most expensive villa in Mykonos

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Anyone can rent it for... 112,000 euros per week.

The most expensive villa in Mykonos is for sale at a staggering price of 23,000,000 euros!

This amazing residence is fifteen hundred square metres and includes three villas in one, which can accommodate up to thirty people. The villa belongs to Mr. Ioannis Georgiadis, a very low-key shipowner and motoring enthusiast with a large collection of cars.

The stunning residence, featured on a well-known real estate website, is the most expensive for sale on the island. Although the villa is for sale, it is also available for rent, with the price in August at a "modest"... 112,000 euros per week!

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Under the name "Aegean Jewel", Sotheby's International Realty website has videos and photos to reveal this incredible villa in all its glory.

Of course, there is also the opposite opinion from realtors who operate on the island. They consider the 23,000,000 euros requested by Sotheby's to be unrealistic, no matter how glamorous the residence is.

Three realtors have told contacts and clients that the maximum price for Villa Alegria, also known as Aegean Jewel, should be 6 million euros as they have refused, according to sources, to accept that Mykonos prices has gotten out of control in recent years.

Due to its price—almost four times higher than estimated—especially for the area it is located, they say it will be difficult for someone to accept it, especially if they know Mykonos real estate.

But what they need to know is that two prospective buyers for this amazing villa have already appeared and are willing to dip their hands deep into their bank accounts.

Suites, master bedrooms and helipad

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Many high-income guests lucky enough to stay there are left speechless as they enter the vast living room. The panoramic view towards the Aegean takes guests breath away, and the chic luxury is revealed in all its glory.

Thirty people can sleep in the six suites and seven master bedrooms, which are decorated and completely in harmony with the aesthetics of the Cyclades.

The villa offers absolute seclusion, located within a seven-acre plot and a few minutes away from the beaches at Kalo Livadi and Kalafatis. The latter are two of the most cosmopolitan on the island.

But these are of little importance for the most expensive villa in Mykonos, which has an impressive swimming pool overlooking the Aegean, a small church where weddings are held and a helipad. The latter exists for customers who do not wish to be seen at all and come by helicopter to enjoy the complex's amenities.

Of course, there is staff available 24/7 to serve their needs, a chef who prepares breakfast, lunch, and dinner for as many people as requested, and a gym for those who do not give up exercise, even when on vacation.

Heaven for me

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Guests can choose to stay in the white house, located at pool level, with two suites downstairs and two upstairs. The three villas also have a jacuzzi for relaxing, while, of course, there is a cellar with fine wines, champagnes, and drinks to enjoy.

The Stone House is spread over three levels and has one suite and eight master bedrooms. There are also two apartments, one hundred fifty square metres in size and the other one hundred and ten square metres in size, each with two bedrooms.

Of course, there is a barbeque, a pool bar, a driver at any time of the day, and a spa. Those who want can have their own butler and waiter, who will also take care of their needs on a 24-hour basis.

The rental cost varies but does not fall below 20,000 euros per day for the most expensive villa on the "Island of the Winds." As for its owner, he rarely uses it, preferring to rent it in the summer season to make a return on his investment.

In fact, last year, the Villa Alegria team received the award for the best seven-star villa at the Luxury Hospitality & Lifestyle Awards in Marbella, Spain.

Dionysis Thanasoulas is a columnist for News Auto

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