The exteriors of this holiday villa beautifully sum up the inspirations from which it emerged: South-Californian, a touch of the tropical, and the modernism style of the sixties. On either side of the long infinity pool, where the wooden terrace is dotted with large sunshades, two white cubes surmounted by red Caribbean roofs shelter the living space and two suites. One floor below, two other suites are protected by shading palms and colorful Bougainvilleas. A comfortable elevated outdoor lounge, fitness room, and outdoor massage area complete these amenities.
Thanks to its completely concealed glass partitions, the living space has no visible limits from inside to outside, and offers great open circulation. The splendid solid wood dining table extends the living room under a bold slab-awning, hanging in the air. On the side, the very well equipped kitchen allows you to prepare your dinners, or have them prepared for you by an on-site chef. Furniture design and harmonious choice of decoration contribute to the vintage atmosphere of the architecture.
The master suite, as spacious as the living space, is sheltered in the main building, with a huge bathroom and views across the garden and the marine panorama. The second suite takes advantage of its position at the end of the pool to preserve its privacy. Below, the third suite with bathroom has a terrace with views, and an original window into the pool. Finally, the fourth suite, under the main space, is at palm height. The decor is refined in each of these rooms and bathrooms. A fifth bedroom is available within this beautiful villa, if required.