. Villa Nadia is located in an exclusive urbanisation, a residence that combines architecture with nature and finishes with wood, concrete and stone, creating a beautiful architectural design.
Nature is introduced into the house through the large windows that visually double the spaces and, together with the light of the Mediterranean Sea as a great ally, manage to create a perfect dialogue between the interior and exterior.
The interior of Villa Nadia is full of details, decorative elements and panelling that create different atmospheres. Lighting that brings warmth to the house, rooms with double height ceilings, glass walls that come together on one side and connect the veranda and the living room; all exclusive details that create a unique villa.
Villa Nadia has three en-suite bedrooms, as well as an impressive master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom whose protagonist is an incredible bathtub overlooking the sea. There is a large open living room that opens onto the kitchen and dining room, a second - more enclosed - living room, several bathrooms and free spaces suitable for installing a gym, an office, or - why not - a cinema room.
The garden is of the Mediterranean type, fully integrated into the architecture and encompassing the various outdoor spaces this villa enjoys. There is the harmonious rectangular swimming pool with a glass wall that goes down to the sea, a large terrace, a chill-out zone and several verandas to enjoy the Mediterranean climate at different times of the day and the beautiful sea views with the Peñon de Ifach in the background.