The property has been named after the adjacent 16th century Byzantine church called Bethlehem. The building was originally constructed in 1600 and in 2016 underwent an extensive and carefully planned restoration.
In Parikia houses are built and decorated in the traditional Cycladic style. Behind the port’s seafront road is the old town, the houses here are adjacent to one another with heavy stone walls and narrow paved paths between them.
Paros is located at 2 ½ hours by high speed ferry from the Port of Piraeus and the new airport has regular 30 minute flights from Athens making it easily accessible.
The house is an exquisitely renovated, yet historic pied-à-terre nestled in the old town of Parikia the main port of Paros. Working with award-winning architects, the developer has sympathetically restored the original features of this townhouse fusing them with contemporary, minimalistic design to create a truly unique sanctuary for relaxation. Arranged over two levels, the living space exemplifies compact minimalism whilst maintaining a warm, open-plan flow bathed in natural light. Both double bedrooms comprise en-suite facilities with the upper bedroom opening onto a secluded, private roof terrace affording luxurious and rare outdoor space.