This is the house preferred by honeymooners, perched as it is above the others in a dancer's pirouette. The name is derived from the collection of sketches depicting the late, great Rudolf Nureyev in his various appearances in Athens. This house is the only one to have its own veranda overlooking the caldera, which is also visible from the bathroom, through the arched doorway of the house. Among the other features of the bathroom are the rare Isnik ceramic tiles.
The decorative objects and furniture here illuminate aesthetic and conceptual aspects of Greek history: an ancient amphora, a Byzantine icon, an engraving. Two Venetian candelabra, an antique engraved island sofa.
The dining room table is a noteworthy piece: the baseis a 19th century marble column; the top is a transparent surface of bevelled plate glass above which rises the remaining marble column to round its form.
Luxury, elegance, and exceptional quality: all are interwoven harmonically to make an ideal holiday retreat offering comfort, peace and aesthetic appreciation. Inside are rare collections and works of art; outside is the magical landscape of Santorini.