This modern house designed by Modern Villas’ architects features an exceptionally panoramic experience; both from the 15+m wide open plan living area and the 4 suites – all with full frontal sea views.
The house is ideal for steep but wide slopes. The living – dining – kitchen area is over 100m2 and has enough space for both a lounge and a dining corner. It is truly “panoramic” with over 15m of continuous sliding floor-to-ceiling windows – offering a seamless indoor-outdoor experience.
The kitchen is half-open – connecting to the dining room via a large “island” that can also be used as (breakfast) bar or informal dining table. The kitchen also connects to a large covered side terrace, which offers a more “protected” corner (out of sun and wind). It is also just a few steps from the terrace or the lounge; contact with guests in the lounge is possible but some strategically placed walls make sure that the kitchen is partly screened off from view so your or guests don’t have to look at pots and pans from the lounge area.
As shown, the house features 245m2 of pure internal living area (not counting the covered terraces, basement, or garages).
The master offers panoramic views thanks to its seamless corner windows. It has a master bathroom with double sinks, a large shower room (with open views), and a separate walk-in wardrobe that can be locked off – ideal for rental properties.
The other three rooms – of which one on the ground floor – all offer en-suite bathrooms (some have walk in wardrobes as well).
The floor plans have maximized the “open” feeling and everything.
Visually, the extremely sleek façade is a minimalist’s dream – the sharp “blade” shaped covered terrace combines functionality with a very discreet yet edgy design.