Corfu has long been an isle of refuge and respite. Unsurprising then, that recent years have seen this Greek island sanctuary welcome waves of worldwide visitors, many hoping to eclipse the pandemic beneath the Mediterranean sun. From creatives to billionaires and their friends, a flurry of activity is transforming once summer-only residences into cozier year-round homes.
With a rare 360-degree view of the Ionian sea, this family residence is full of natural light and a colour palette inspired by the Mediterranean below. Set on 2.9 acres, Anassa is located just off the main road to Agni Bay, and was built with local stone, maintaining the traditional character of the island.
Offering privacy throughout, the estate features three properties, including the main home and two villas. The main home boasts six bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a steam room, gym and cinema. The interiors are elegant and romantic, furnished in pastel tones it has an elegant yet cozy feel.
Double gates open up onto a tarmac driveway which leads to a large garage and there is also an elevator, which leads to the main entrance of the villa and its guesthouse.
Outside you will find a terrace carved into the rock, providing natural protection for the shaded lounge/ dining area, which leads to a free-form infinity pool with spectacular sea views. From here you can also walk down to a small private cove, which is the ideal spot to relax and enjoy the crystal clear waters.
Taking its cue from the immutable light of Greece, every aspect of this 12.8 million € listed property exudes a radiance that captures all its guests. With bright white interiors and a large outdoor lounge overlooking the azures of the private pool and the bay below, this property is the perfect retreat for those seeking privacy within a gated community.
Just a short walk away from the picturesque Agni Bay, an unspoilt sandy beach on the north east of Corfu, it’s just under 30km from Kerkyra town, which is less than an hour’s drive.
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