The villa is inspired by the architecture of southern Spain, comprising one single unit that boasts varying heights and a sloping Arabic tiled roof. A modern touch is provided by large windows that make the garden almost form part of the villa itself and flood the interior with natural light.
The various exterior spaces are arranged around this fairly elongated, south-facing building: the entrance courtyard, pool area, front garden, upper garden and garage area.
The landscaping designs give each of these spaces their own unique identity, whilst a perimeter path interconnects all the areas in the garden. The villa is arranged over three levels, thereby making the most of the northeast to southeast downhill gradient. The villa boasts a classic layout, with the entrance hall leading to a living room which in turn has two symmetrical rooms located on each side; a library on one side and a dining room on the other, all of which are interconnecting. The villa unfolds from this central core, with the main bedroom area on one side and the kitchen, family dining room, service area and garages on the other. A staircase leads off the hall to the first floor, where four en-suite bedrooms are located, all of which are south facing and boast stunning undisturbed views out over the Mediterranean coast.
This same staircase leads to the semi-basement where the gym and pool house are located and which look out over the pool area. The landscaping, in line with the other villas, tastefully combines features of a traditional Mediterranean garden and a subtropical oasis.