This exclusive 19th century manor is one of the most renowned architectural buildings in Patmos, preserving a legacy of more than 4 centuries since its construction. The oldest part of the building dates back to the late 16th century and features its own land-well that had been vital to the supply of clean water to the manor over the centuries.

The renovation of the main house took seven years and was completed in 2007. The work was done by Christos Psilantis,  Chora’s master-builder, who with great sensitivity for detail, preserved most of original woodwork and tiles of the manor and has renovated some of the Chora’s most beautiful properties.  

The manor itself is located right in the center of the historic village of Chora, a few minutes walk from the Monastery, boasting 438 sq.m of open space. It is built across two floors with 5 large bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, while its time-worn bakery has been freshly renovated into an ensuite bedroom with its own private entrance to the manor.