In the late sixties, an Irish couple, Alec and Beatrice Reid built a house in their much loved Fiscardo. The local village folk adopted them into their friendly community and their adventures can be read in a book titled "Leaves from a Greek Village".
Where the house used to stand there are now 3 independent one room studio-villas Comparisons with sketches in the book show a similarity with the layout of the original house and instead of the three rooms that formed the original property there are now three small villas.
From their elevated position just above the shoreline, the three villas boast glorious views out to sea and to Ithaca just across the aquamarine waters. A ten minute walk (700 metres) will bring you to the main harbour area of Fiscardo with its numerous tavernas and small shops. Quiet coves and small beaches are within a similar radius of the property and such centrally, yet quietly, located properties are not common. To make your stay even more enjoyable, there is a swimming pool to the front for guests exclusive use.
The other two villas are slightly set back and the interior in each, consists of a sitting room and separate twin bedroom. The bathrooms have a shower and the entrance to each villa is from a private front balcony/terrace with equally stunning sea views.
A very desirable small group of villas, air-conditioned and ideal for two adults or a couple with one child. The path up to the property (approx 70 metres) is fairly steep. Beach approximately three minutes walk away
Fiscardo harbour with its variety of shops and restaurants approximately six minutes
Swimming pool for use of the three villas only,
size in metres: 11.00 x 4.50 Depth 1.80 - 1.20.