This property with of over 6000m2 plot of land can be described as a four bedroom, five bathroom villa built on three levels, measuring 778m2 and offering spectacular views. But it is much more than that!
The house is an architectural masterpiece, some may say a folly created by Roberto Mendosa, a well-known architect in Sotogrande. The biggest challenge was to integrate a massive rock in the middle of the property into the house. The result, as can be seen from the graphic, is a home that conveys security, strength and originality to its residents. With it’s modern facade, the massive rock and the interior flooded with natural light this villa is spectacular . The structure of the house consists of two interconnected buildings. The main house consists of a large open living area – dining room, separate kitchen area and, upstairs, the master bedroom suite with bedroom, dressing area, bathroom and a jet stream pool, as well as a very large open terrace. An open mezzanine gallery offers space to simply enjoy the views in a relaxed atmosphere, or space for a work area. The guest bedrooms and a common living area are accessible via an open terrace on the ground floor. The property has an outdoor pool, staff accommodations and a large multi-car garage. It is equipped with under floor heating throughout, and the solar energy provides the warm water. The unobstructed views over Sotogrande to the sea, the African coast and the Atlas Mountains from almost all rooms of the house are breathtaking.