Solemn and reassuring in its stone-clad exterior, Villa Kedros perfectly blends with its surroundings, and is built on a plot of land that feels secluded and sheltered by the surrounding hills. Named after the 750-year-old juniper that stands in the middle of the property, the villa is part of Antiparos Project, and meets the same high standards of design and comfort as the rest of the Oliaros villas.
A large living room, a dedicated play room and a bright kitchen and dining area create a comfortable and cool interior for spending time indoors. Outside, two sheltered dining areas and a configuration of terraces both next to the pool and on the rooftop provide ample space for lounging in the sun and hosting dinners with picture-perfect sunset views.
A small path leads from the juniper tree to a detached two-bedroom guest house that is completely concealed from the main house, and the remains of an old cottage are still standing within the property, connecting the contemporary villa with the area’s rural past.