Lavender Breeze is one of the most private and exclusive residences within the Rou Estate, enjoying an enchanting blend of sea and mountain views that serve as an captivating backdrop to its extraordinary ambience. Nestled amidst stunning grounds, this exclusive property boasts a private infinity swimming pool, gracefully adorned with built-in seating that gently curves around ancient and majestic olive trees.

The upper level of the villa boasts a striking living area. The beamed ceilings add character to the space, while the large sea-view windows allow ample natural light and stunning views to permeate the room. Moving beyond the living area, you will find stone archways that lead you to a fully equipped, state-of-the-art kitchen and an elegant dining room. This level is surrounded entirely by a panoramic terrace, offering a unique dining experience with breathtaking views of the water. The terrace provides a separate outdoor lounging area equipped with a chef’s double barbecue.

The lower level of the house offers an impressive selection of amenities. There are four air-conditioned en-suite bedrooms, all of which have arched windows that lead directly to the pool. Additionally, there is a fifth bedroom that can also be used as a games room.

The lower level of the house presents 4 air conditioned en-suite bedrooms, a fifth bedroom/ games room as well as a kitchenette with pool fridge. All 5 bedrooms are air conditioned and have arched windows leading directly to the pool. The master bedroom features a walk in wardrobe and adjoining nursery. This home is meticulously designed with conveniences like an indoor laundry room and a glassed mini-gym with washing facilities.

The private gardens lead directly from the parking area to the house, through olive trees, scented lavender and herb walkway. Leaving this garden via the private doorway one can wonder along the Rou village through wisteria walkways and landscaped flower and herb gardens, before reaching the Rou Spa and Rou infinity pool. This exclusive secluded complex is made up of 16 houses and outbuildings dating back to over 200 years. In 2005, British architect Dominic Skinner purchased the abandoned hamlet and embarked on the development and restoration of the entire village back to its former glory. The distinctive design of the village and its traditional concept make it one of the remaining of its kind on the island.