Located on a mild slope of a hill, bathed in soft light making its way through the forest canopies, this holiday house whispers its secrets to the wind. This is a place where time dances to a different rhythm, where the world feels alive in its silence and where the family heritage has been preserved for centuries. Built about forty years ago as a cottage for family gatherings, Lema is now, on the land settled by ancestors many centuries ago, a symbol of generational connection. It is not just a house; it is a bridge between the past and the future, a testament to the strength of family bonds, and a sanctuary where love and nature intertwine.
Stepping inside the house, you will feel nostalgia and the omnipresence of beautiful moments from the past, echoes of laughter and shared stories that resonate within its walls, as well as a sense of belonging that is present in every corner. Most importantly, you will feel comfort and security.
The backyard, where squirrels often visit to stash hazelnuts for the winter, has been lovingly tended to by the owners, planting numerous plants and ornamental shrubs, as well as trees that arch and provide shelter during the hot summer months. Tall trees from the nearby forest also stand like sentinels, while the scent of their branches is carried by the wind throughout the estate. It is a place to contemplate the enduring bonds created here, to dream about future generations who will experience its embrace and to find solace in the realization that, like the forest, family endures through the ages.