Here is a house that takes you into the future.
Considered one of the most distinctive properties in the world, a smart home without walls hit the market for $6.88 million.
Located on the charming coast of Vouliagmeni, Greece, and known as the “Butterfly House” for its unique shape, it has been considered a “one of a kind” home.
Seen from above, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom estate looks exactly like the shape of the insect, with wings and oval-shaped holes in the ceiling to mimic the unique patterns of a butterfly.
“It is inspired by the shape of the butterfly to provide both shade and complete privacy,” the listing notes.
Spanning over 5,300 square feet and spanning three levels, the home’s main level features an open floor plan concept and has no walls. There is an elevator that takes you from floor to floor.
Designed in pristine white, the architecture is accentuated by nature and greenery everywhere, including the entrance staircase to provide optimal privacy.
Located in the upscale district of Kavouri, it is just a few steps from the beach.
The ground floor includes the living and dining areas with direct access to the swimming pool and the outdoor area. It also has an open concept kitchen and an ensuite bedroom.
Below the ground floor is the lower level which includes a home cinema and three bedrooms with three additional bathrooms, which have walls.
The upper floor includes the master bedroom with a dressing room and a verdan veranda which offers a jacuzzi.
Other features include a maid’s room, utility room and four gated parking spaces.
The house is still currently under construction and should be fully completed by the end of the year.
Elena Triantafyllidou with JK Property & Yachting holds the list.