Back to the basics
A timeless estate, with a marked Mediterranean style, drawn by the renowned architect Pablo Villarroel. This elegant villa contains everything expected of a perfect home.
With large windows of tropical wood, varnished in natural tones, they manage to highlight the beauty of wood in all its splendor.
The light that enters through each one of them floods the entire entrance, welcoming us and inviting us to go inside the house.
We arrive at a spacious living room and dining room, with two large elevator slides that overlook the terrace and the pool.
From the dining room, we access a private office with a large library and a desk made of oak wood with two colors.
On the ground floor there are also four bedrooms in suite with large lift-out slides.
The entire upper floor is occupied by the master bedroom and its terraces. Inside we find a very bright room thanks to the large windows and sliding doors.
We open the front door to the bedroom and we are greeted by the main dressing room, of great proportions, made to measure to match the exterior carpentry.
An impressive bow-window serves as a frame for the views from the freestanding bathtub that dominates the in-suite bathroom.
A relaxation and body care area cannot be missing in this house. It is in the basement from an access attached to the house, we arrive by stairs to the gym and the spa and sauna area, which are separated by a paneling with vertical slats in oak wood.
The garden and pool area are covered by several pergolas that filter the sunlight, to be able to enjoy them all year round.
For this contemporary villa, interior designer Ángel Verdú has created a serene atmosphere, using a warm color palette, ranging from caldera, olive green, to mustard.
The use of noble woods in their natural tone, rattan, wicker or jute, dominate each room.
An elegant and subtle decoration, without fanfare, which gives the house a marked Mediterranean style.
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