Savills | Estate sited on the rocks, Ai Heli, Kefalonia, Ionian Islands | Property for sale
400 sq m(4,305.57 sq ft)
Asking price €2,500,000(£2,159,503)

Estate sited on the rocksAi Heli, Kefalonia, Ionian Islands


    Key features

    • 400 sqm built area + 40 smq guest house
    • 3,000 sqm land plot
    • 6 en suite bedrooms
    • Swimming pool with panoramic view
    • Cellar, Sauna, Chapel

    This luxurious villa is situated in the most desirable area of Kefalonia. It offers space,elegance, privacy and along with its elevated position over Ai Heli

    About this property

    • Opening the doors of this luxurious villa reveals a spacious 400 sq mtrs living space spanning 2 floors. There are five bedrooms with "Kingsdown" beds and each with their own private bathroom. The villa also has a 6 person sauna/steam room. The doors and window frames are Italian and the floors are Moroccan marble throughout. Continuing this theme the closets/wardrobes and bathroom fixtures are all of Italian design and manufacture. The current owners have included a personal collection of African furnishings and artefacts. These exquisite pieces have been hand picked in an effort to preserve their love for Africa.

      The Villa also boasts a 40 sq meter cellar, finally, included within the grounds is a secondary residence for household staff, which is 60 sqmtrs in size.

    Local information

    • The biggest of the Greek Ionian Islands, Kefalonia offers tree-studded hills stand guard over sprawling vineyards, and honey-hued sands are kissed by turquoise waters. Sami promise harbour front dinners, island walking trails and a beautiful beach. Sami sits in a horseshoe-shaped bay on the east coast of Kefalonia. It’s got a bright white pebbled beach and pine tree panoramas. The harbour bobs with traditional fishing boats. In fact, the town’s so beautiful it was chosen as the main filming location in the movie Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.

    • As Kefalonia’s second biggest port, Sami’s often busy with boats. Sail out to the island of Ithaca, said to be the home of Greek god, Odysseus. It rains a lot here in the winter, which means thriving wildlife and some super-green scenery. As such, it’s got a sterling reputation for its walking trails which criss-cross the landscape.

    Additional information

    • 20 mt from  beach

    • 10 km from Agia Pelagia Marina

    • 04 km from Kefalonia town and port

    • 15 min drive to Argostoli