This 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom architect-designed villa with a pool on the Algarve is a sensational setting for a family stay, with divine gardens, minimalist styling and the area’s best beaches an easy drive away. Combining stylish living with locally sourced and crafted features throughout, the villa is arranged with the main living spaces around the pool and outdoor dining area for easy living at day and night.
Sun worshippers will love the roof terrace; not only is this a perfect spot for keeping your tan topped up, it also offers you a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside and carefully designed gardens. By night, the roof terrace is the perfect spot for sunset cocktails or a nightcap under the stars. On cooler evenings, you can light the fire in the upper floor living room and enjoy the views through the large feature window. There are 4 tranquil double bedrooms, all in the same clean minimalist style, with access to the terraces outside.
This 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom home has multiple patios, terraces and a large courtyard with a semi-enclosed pool. Inside, all the rooms are on the ground level. They include a lounge with a modern fireplace, a fully equipped family kitchen with dining room, while outside there are dining spaces, lounges, and a roof deck. Along with 2 bathrooms with a shower, there are 2 outdoor showers. Bedrooms all have double beds and there is an extra toddler bed (for toddlers up to 2yrs old); every bedroom has easy access to a terrace. The villa is surrounded by gardens full of local herbs and aromatic plants, perfect for cooking, infusions, or aromatic treatments. The garden was designed by Lisbon-based landscape gardener Sigmetum, and is filled with seeds collected from the wild by botanical architects and grown in private nurseries.
Contemporary cool. Once an old ruin at the end of a dirt road, this stunning architectural home is nestled among wildflowers and hundreds of olive, almond and cork trees. Designed by the award-winning Pedro Domingos architects, the modern home is dominated by strong lines, white walls and concrete. When the sun is out, it casts beautiful geometric shadows on itself like minimalist paintings. Every line is perfectly juxtaposed, making each nook and corner a visual delight. The interior was designed with local handmade furniture, some Danish design and a lot of local handmade blankets and pottery. Local materials were sourced for the handmade doors, windows and shutters, and natural stone was used for the pool, kitchen counters, sinks and benches.
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- First Floor
- Exterior Features