Twenty-two-year-old Greek International tennis ace Stefanos Tsitsipas, seeded Number 6 in the World in the men’s rankings, has become one of the youngest people to choose luxury Villa Lilium on Mykonos for his summer 2020 vacation.
Holidaying with close friends, Stefanos’ break has been organised by Beauchamp Estates, the estate agent of choice for ultra-high-net-worth individuals including celebrities, sport-stars and business tycoons.
The magnificent Villa Lilium is located just above the world famous beach of Psarou: set in a large 500 square metre (5,382 sqft / 0.12 acre) private compound, overlooking the beach and the Aegean Sea. The villa offers 300 square metres (3,230 sqft) of luxury accommodation and is available to rent for a price starting from £17,180 (€19,000) per week.
Twenty-two year old Stefanos Tsitsipas, is the youngest tennis player in the men’s top ten and is the highest-ranked Greek tennis player in history, famous for defeating his childhood idol Roger Federer at the age of just 20. As a junior player he was ranked No.1 in the world. Athens born Tsitsipas has tennis in his blood, with his Greek father having trained as a tennis coach, whilst his Russian mother was also a professional tennis player.
Situated in Agios Lazaros, one of the best locations on Mykonos, the beautiful luxury Villa Lilium is designed and furnished in contemporary Mykonian style, with stone elevations and white render, offering sumptuous accommodation internally and externally. Multiple terraces and lounging areas focus around the swimming pool, beside which is a formal outside dining area, shaded by a traditional pergola.
Recently renovated and refurbished, Villa Lilium has spacious reception rooms and six bedrooms all with en suite facilities, sea views and opening directly onto terraces or balconies and seven bathrooms.
The villa features a first floor principal bedroom suite with a private relaxation area and ensuite shower room, with direct access to a balcony, over looking the swimming pool and beyond to the Aegean Sea.
Villa Lilium has satellite TV and plasma screens to all principal rooms, air conditioning throughout and WiFi for entertainment, communication and business.
Tsitsipas chose Villa Lilium on Mykonos because he was looking for a private, safe and relaxing break from his training schedule and the recent lockdown. The luxurious villa, coupled with the client concierge service provided by Beauchamp Estates Mykonos, was the perfect combination. The team were delighted to make all the necessary arrangements and to welcome Tsitsipas to the island and Villa Lilium, having put in place stringent health safeguarding procedures to help ensure the wellbeing of all guests.
Roi Deldimou, Manager at Beauchamp Estates (Mykonos) said, “It was a pleasure to welcome Stefanos to Villa Lilium and Mykonos. As a Greek I am exceedingly proud of his sporting achievements and it has been a pleasure to meet him. Stefanos has chosen to stay in one of the most beautiful villas on the island, which is located in the stunning Agios Lazaros. It is a wonderful location in which to relax, recharge and enjoy the stunning sea views from one of Villa Lilium’s many terraces.”
Gary Hersham, Founding Director of Beauchamp Estates said, “Stefanos is the latest sports-star to spend the summer on Mykonos. Each generation discovers this beautiful Greek Island paradise and it is easy to understand why throughout time it has enchanted visitors such Jackie Kennedy, Richard Burton, Brigitte Bardot, Richard Branson and Leonardo DiCaprio.”
Beauchamp Estates (Mykonos) has put in place an extensive range of COVID-safe measures, so that they can welcome guests safely to Mykonos. The super-prime agency has ensured that all of its luxurious villa rentals are prepared safely for guests more than 24 hours in advance of their arrival. Many of the villas offer the perfect venue to escape to, with private pools and large terraces.
For further information on Beauchamp Estates (Mykonos) T: +30 2289 024797 W: www.beauchamp.com or follow them on Instagram @BeauchampEstatesMykonos