The Aegean Garden House is typical of Tinos Island village architecture, with lofty vaulted arches, and thick stone walls that keep the interior cool in summer and warm in winter. There is a large private terrace beneath a shady pergola, from which the sound of an abundant village spring provides a soothing background euphony. The view is of the mountain, the village, the Aegean Sea and fifteen Cycladic islands. The interior is painted in shades of turquoise and green. Local marble has been skillfully used for kitchen and bathroom counters and sinks. In the kitchen, the old hearth vault has been retained, and modern appliances installed. Furnishings are modern and minimal.