These plans are not specific to any customer but are intended to show that, with imagination and a professional approach, it is possible to design houses which follow the local tradition of building in stone -
And still create a beautiful home that allows the incredible light, air and scenery of this beautiful region to be major features.
The french doors instead of windows allow the light and air into the house and frame the views like paintings.
The symmetrical style reflects the older 'neo-classic' buildings so much admired in places like Nafplio, and the older houses of Kalamata, Athens and other old Greek cities and, in a more basic layout, in Stoupa, Agios Nikolaos and Kardamyli.
As an example of a possible location for this house, the groundplan shown here places this house on the Chapel Property.
A price breakdown:
Planning Permission - 183m2 house
House as drawn on a flat property like on Dio Alonia or the Chapel Property: 135m2 net floor space, 42m2 roof terraces, 6m2 balcony
Landscaping, access road, plating areas, ground level terraces & yards (220m2) pergolas - as per plans
Turn key, ready to furnish