This $7.5 million villa has been sculpted into the side of a rocky mountain on the island of Antiparos in Greece.
While part of it is embedded in the ground, the circular villa still offers out-of-this-world views of the Aegean Sea.
And it has multimillion-dollar amenities, including the moat-like infinity pool that curves around the architectural pattern of the home.
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The Subterranean estate, known as Cronus, has been crafted using natural materials including stone, bamboo, and exposed concrete, making it fit seamlessly into its surroundings.
The Greek villa is also incredibly secluded, with the closest house being almost a kilometer away.
So it’s the perfect place if you want to zone out in total privacy.
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The home was actually built into the side of the mountain for a very specific reason.
And that reason is lemon trees.
In the Mediterranean, there are often circular walls built around lemon trees to protect them.
And that, believe it or not, was the inspiration for this home.
The circular roof not only serves as a beautiful design feature, but it was also designed to perfectly shade each of the outdoor spaces.
And speaking of outdoor spaces, DECA Architects designed the home to be an entertainer’s dream.
Not only does this Greek villa have postcard-worthy views, it also has an outdoor home theater.
So when your guests are all partied out, they can sit back and enjoy a film as the sun sets (or rises).
Inside, the living spaces all open out towards the sea, flooding the rooms with natural light.
The home has been designed as an indoor, outdoor oasis, with bi-fold doors connecting the inside lounge area to the outdoor terrace.
And you won’t be cramped because Cronus – which is built on 9,500 square meters of land, has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
If you love it, good news, because it’s listed for sale right now for a cool $7.5 mill.
Speaking of unique designs, remember the home that was literally built underground?
That one was also in Greece.
Check it out here.