The complex includes 3 ground floor traditional villas with private surroundings each, 19th century building adjacent to two well preserved windmills and the chapel of Stavros.
The architecture is harmoniously related to the local style of Ano Meria as local stones have been used for the construction of stone-build of the villas and the enclosing. Opposite the complex there are two mini markets and within walking distance the Folklore Museum and three tavernas.
Ano Meria is probably the only authentic agro-settling in Cyclades – natura region – which conserves unchanged its style throughout the centuries. The farming chores are still been done in the traditional way and the donkeys pass the streets of the village on a daily basis. Also, the area is offered for exciting hiking leading to beautiful beaches and small churches.