The House

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The house was built as a place of gathering for all the members of the Psacharopoulos family scattered around the world, offering its hospitality to the friends and colleagues of the Shipping Company.
Looking at the layout of the house, one can easily notice that its rooms can function either as separate or as combined living quarters.
Between the two wars, the house's plan as outlined above, allowed it to run as a small hotel, providing 'food and sleep'.

The house now belongs to the 6th generation of the family, whilst one of its last owners, Nikos Psacharopoulos, a director and manager of the Williamstown Theatre Festival in the USA, was a host to famous personalities.

  STRUCTURE

Click to enlarge Dining roomThe dinning room, the traditional kitchen with wooden beams and a typical for the island fire place known as 'panostria', suitable for the preparation of meals, can be found on the ground floor of the house. Here, the visitor can also find the bathrooms, a small bedroom and the old cellar of the house, with a bottle - storage, used to keep the wines bought by the family at the right temperature and humidity.

A double set of stairs leads to the first floor and consists of five bedrooms, a study room and a living room, which has a balcony offering a great view of the island.
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The high ceiling rooms, furnished with the family's old treasures, preserve a sense of magnificence.



The surrounding area consists of split-level yards and gardens, on which one can enjoy the panoramic view of the island,Click to enlarge the Aegean Sea and the neighboring islands of Folegandros, Sikinos and Antiparos.

The front terrace, offers an atmosphere of relaxation, whether you're having breakfast or coffee under the shades of the trees, or whether you're having dinner gazing at the stars, enjoying a breathtaking view of the beautifully lit Apollonia.