With spectacular sea vistas over iconic Es Vedra, this four-bedroom design villa is a stunning home for living in the south of the island. Set upon a hill overlooking open pine forest and surrounded by tall swaying palms, the secluded cove of Cala Carbo is a few minutes away, along with the restaurants and sandy shores of Cala d’Hort. A short and scenic drive through the countryside reaches the rural village of San José, with its useful amenities while close proximity to the airport makes this a great choice for an island escape.
Beautiful symmetrical design by renowned German architect Bernard Schalck divides the house into two wings, set either side of a magnificent glass-fronted reception space, incorporating living and dining area with panoramic views out onto the infinity swimming pool and the sea beyond. A professional grade kitchen and an office or bedroom suite takes up one wing. In the other wing, a luxurious master bedroom, with sitting room, dressing room and an en-suite hammam has direct access to the pool deck and shares those stunning views. Downstairs, an independent guesthouse makes an ideal space for staff or a nanny.
On a secure gated plot, with a carefully tended garden of tropical rockeries and terraces, this luxury island home also has its own parking and double garage, with both elevator and stairs into the main house. The 15-metre long swimming pool is a perfect spot to take in the epic views, whilst the south-facing property design creates privacy. Floor plans have already been drawn to add an additional two bedrooms if needed, but with over 500 square metres of living space already, this immaculately finished home is ready to walk right in and start living.
Living and dining room
Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom with shower and hammam and dressing room
Two further bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
Independent guesthouse with bedroom and seating area, kitchen and bathroom
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