Bizarre butterfly house with no walls is up for sale for £5.2million in Greece – Reuters

The 5,381 square foot home sits on the breathtaking Vouliagmeni coast and features four bedrooms, an indoor swimming pool as well as man-made lakes and floating paths. There are no walls on the top floor.

Man-made lakes and floating paths are part of the property

A uniquely designed, butterfly-shaped £5.2million property is up for sale on the Greek coast – but future residents will need to be comfortable without ground floor walls.

The 5,381 square foot palatial home sits on the breathtaking Vouliagmeni coastline and features four bedrooms, four bathrooms and an indoor swimming pool among other luxury amenities.

Seen from above, the house’s curvy architecture mimics two wings and a butterfly body, and holes in the ceiling even add a dotted pattern to the wings.

The property is surrounded by man-made lakes and floating pathways, while inside, various types of greenery provide a pop of color against the traditionally white building.







From above, the house mimics two wings and the body of a butterfly
(

Picture:

Jam Press/JK Property & Yachting)


There are no walls on the top floor, but the luxurious bedrooms have private storage space, a mirror-style headboard and centrepiece, and large windows – a refreshing approach minimalism.

Simplistic furnishings are carefully placed to enhance – not overwhelm – the open floor plan and don’t fool you into letting your gaze be drawn to the small-town landscape instead.







Luxurious bedrooms feature private closet space and mirror-style headboard and centerpiece
(

Picture:

Jam Press/JK Property & Yachting)


Pops of purple and low beam shine through the home and seem to bring the “butterfly” to life.

On the ground floor, a private basement offers a place to relax with a curved sofa that wraps around the room along the natural stone walls.

Situated in one of the region’s most affluent suburbs, the property is perfect for those looking for a family holiday home or as an investment opportunity for tourists.

It is a stone’s throw from the city center, where Greek cuisine or a day at the beach await you.







There are four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a private basement and an open concept living area
(

Picture:

Jam Press/JK Property & Yachting)


The property is currently listed for €6.35m (£5.25m) with JK Property & Yachting, Athens.

It comes as another bizarre property has been built in New York – the skinniest skyscraper in the world – and is ready to welcome people.

The luxury condominium building is called the Steinway Tower, and the developers claim it is the “tallest skyscraper in the world” at just 57 feet wide.

Its first five floors house high-end retailers and feature an 82-foot swimming pool, private dining room, and fitness center.







The interior design of the house is refreshing and minimalist
(

Picture:

Jam Press/JK Property & Yachting)


It also has a triplex penthouse at the top that overlooks the famous Central Park.

The project was designed to create a bold new interpretation of the New York skyline in addition to celebrating its history.

Meanwhile, in the UK, a tiny Georgian gatehouse – touted as the ‘smallest’ detached house in the country – has gone on the market for £215,000.

Eastgate Lodge on the grounds of Grimston Park, Tadcaster in North Yorkshire, looks tiny from street level, with the above-ground part just 10ft 10in square. But hidden below are the 306 square foot living quarters.

The estate itself is steeped in history, having been visited by many members of the British monarchy since the 19th century. He first appeared in the Doomsday Book in 1086.

Read more

Read more

Comments are closed.