Partying on Greek islands is so junior year study abroad. Sure, Santorini and Mykonos are great when you're 20, but everyone has to grow up sometime.\n\nWhen the party grows up, it looks a lot like Trinity Island. That's because it's a private Greek island -- and one that you can now own.\n\nThe idyllic, 12-acre atoll off the Greek coast in the Gulf of Evia has not one, but two beaches and its own beach house. Oh, and The Beatles once partied there. \n\nOn the market for $19.9 million, the picturesque island -- previously owned by affiliates of the Greek royal family since the late 1950s -- also comes with its own bar, a church, and a 17th Century watchtower from which you can keep tabs on your four-bedroom villa and the two-bedroom property where your housekeepers sleep.\n\nTrinity #Island in the #Gulf of #Evia, near #Greece for #sale #Hellas http:\/\/t.co\/JLmwjl5WFm pic.twitter.com\/yesWTDybE6\n\u2014 Nektarios H. (@hnektarios) August 23, 2014\nYou'll also have an endless supply of snacks with which to garnish your Chobani, as the isle's scattered with hundreds of trees bearing olives, pistachios, almonds, and figs.\n\nA spokesperson for the realty company described Trinity Island as "an eco-friendly, untouched paradise...with complete privacy", and "one of the most romantic and exclusive holiday spots". Plus, there's ample opportunity "for swimming, canoeing, water skiing, paragliding, snorkeling, scuba diving, and fishing". \n\nProspective buyers who want to live like Zorba can inquire with Riginos Realty. And watch the video below for more views of your potential personal paradise.