Spetses has the reputation of being one of the most charming of the Greek islands. Small and family-orientated, it has been protected from the disadvantages of mass tourism, despite its closeness to Athens and its easy access to the mainland. Covered with pine forests, it is ringed with sheltered bays offering excellent swimming in a very clear sea. In the modern world it is rare to be able to say that fishing boats and horse-drawn carriages are still the principal and best way of getting about the island. This iconic home was built in the 1970s and combines tradition with elegance and timeless style. The villa measures 430 m2 in total and is set on grounds of 540 m2 only steps away from the seafront promenade and conveniently located in the area between Dapia and the old port. The main house features three comfortable reception areas on the ground floor, a traditional kitchen and a guest wc, while on the first floor there are four spacious bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. An independent guest cottage with living room, bedroom and bathroom and a second cottage with one bedroom and bathroom for guests or staff complete the indoor areas. A pool is set in the garden and together with a bar/pool house forms the main areas of entertainment during the summer months. Only a few steps away from the shops and restaurants of the buzzing village, this classical home is ideal for a family who can enjoy the fun island life and at the same time be in a quiet and peaceful area away from the sounds of the tourists.