Lisa Freedman, October 11th, 2021
In an article entitled C'est le Visa - would you buy a house to get back into Europe, The Times featured Elysium on the island of Mykonos.
Located on a 4,000 m2 land, this secluded 700m2 estate gives you astonishing 180-degree views of Mykonos town while you can also dock your yacht at the new port and watch it from your terrace. Contemporary interiors put a modern spin on this Mykonian property, and nine suite-style bedrooms are spread out among the main and guest house.
Designed by a well-known architect and inspired by Ancient Greek Cycladic architecture, Elysium is minimal and modern. Respecting the beauty of Mykonos’ nature and completely integrating into the ground, its interior design features dramatic hallways of stone and glass that will make your heart skip.
Seven meters of open glass doors disappear inside the walls completely during summer, making the inside living area integrated with the outdoors.