Looking for that perfect property in Greece where you can leave your worries at the door for some much-needed me time? This could very well be it … if you have €20,000,000 (AU $29,544,551) that is.

Known as Kounoupi Majestic, the villa, located at Argols on the Peloponnese peninsula, is the most expensive villa to hit the Greek market, and it’s easy to see why.

Sitting on over 18,000 square metres overlooking the pristine waterfront of the Saronic Sea with views of Hydra and Spetses, the residence is surrounded by some five acres of pine forest with private access to the sea including three private beaches.

The design of the villa itself totals 568 square metres, including beautiful grounds with two outdoor built-in kitchens, a large gazebo by the water, two fully furnished guest suites, and seven outdoor living areas so you can enjoy the sunset from a different angle each night of the week.

With a French country aesthetic, the seven bedrooms and bathrooms come fully furnished with antiquities and custom-made furniture, while the great room features a grand entrance with large windows overlooking the blue waters and sky.

“Ideal for a classy savvy family, paying attention to every detail and offering every comfort you desire,” reads the advertisement from Greece Sotheby’s International Realty.

“This stunning home wasn’t the end of the vision for this property there is also a designated area for a helipad for the world traveller who wishes to come and go as they please and their heavy schedule requires.”

Sounds like home sweet home.

To take a video tour of the property, visit sothebysrealty.com