The three singular houses of the week
House with elevator and home automation on the coast of Llanes
The architectural design of this villa neither goes unnoticed nor generates indifference. It is located in Celorio, in the council of Llanes, on the seafront, on a plot with sea views and access to the beaches of Palombina and Boris. Built-in 2010 and controlled by a home automation system, the house has a constructed area of 1,088 square meters and is distributed over three floors connected by a lift.
The main floor has a living room, dining room, equipped kitchen, toilet, utility room, games room, and pantry. The first floor has a play area with a library, a bedroom with a bathroom and a terrace, four more bedrooms, and two bathrooms. In the basement, with direct access to the outside, there is a kitchen, a bedroom, and a parking space.
It also has an outdoor barbecue area, with a dining table and a motorized pergola. The exterior has been conceived for leisure: two heated swimming pools (one indoors with a Jacuzzi, sauna, and shower cabin…), a paddle tennis court, and two soccer goals on an esplanade of more than 2,000 square meters, and a basketball hoop. basketball.
Luxury on the island of Ibiza
An elevator runs through this villa located in Santa Eulària des Riu, on the island of Ibiza. On the first floor, there is a fully equipped kitchen, a living room, the staff apartment, as well as the guest bathroom. Glass doors from the kitchen give access to the terrace with the saltwater pool and the pool house, the side wall of which serves as a screen for the cinema. From here, a staircase leads to the roof terrace, which offers space for a bar, jacuzzi, and chills out. On the first floor of the villa, there are three double bedrooms, all with bathrooms, dressing rooms, and sea views. There is also a second living room on this level. On the upper floor is the master bedroom, with a terrace and a study. The house has been recently finished.
Integrated house in the town of Ojén
This rustic-style house is located in the white village of Ojén, in Málaga, and it blends in perfectly with the landscape thanks to its ocher-colored facades, and the clay floors of the terraces, and the garden that surrounds the building. The house has on its ground floor a living room with a fireplace, a dining room, a kitchen, and three bedrooms with a bathroom. On the upper floor, with a sloping ceiling, a living room with a library area and an office have been set up. The house also has a storage room and boiler room. The farm, which occupies a plot of 11,600 square meters of land, is fenced by a stone wall to preserve privacy, and the garden space that surrounds the building has an infinity pool.