19th century house in the center of Biarritz
This Palladian-style property built in Biarritz, a seaside city in southwestern France, is steeped in history.
It was built between 1910 and 1913 and retains part of its former splendor, visible in its interior decoration.
Located in the center and a few minutes walk from the beaches, the property was for many years a regular meeting point for high society in the Basque Country.
The land, more than one hectare in size, combines shady alleyways lined with plane trees and elms, shrubs and a rose garden with an orchard.
The main villa is about 700 square meters.
The plant located at garden level includes a lounge, library and a study, and all these rooms have their own fireplace.
There is also a dining room and kitchen.
The rooms have ceilings over four meters high and feature decorative elements.
A monumental staircase gives access to four bedrooms with fireplaces, including a bathroom.
On the upper floor there are seven bedrooms and five bathrooms, and in the basement there are another two, as well as a pantry and two storage rooms.
The caretaker's house, about 90 square meters, consists of a living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and parking.
Plot of 14,000 square meters and 700 built
7.9 million euros
33 5 59 26 82 60
ode to minimalism
This minimalist house baptized with the name of Casa Límite, which has been a finalist in several architecture awards, is resolved on a single floor.
The composition of the house, located in the Golf Girona urbanization, in the Catalan region of Gironés
arises from parallel walls and large windows that provide light and views.
It is distributed in five modules: the first is used as a gym and pantry;
the second is the kitchen and dining room.
In the third module there are two rooms, a study and the bathroom.
And in the last one is the master bedroom, with two bathrooms and a dressing room of more than seven meters in length.
It is a house that follows the criteria of low energy consumption and low emissions, so it has an A energy certificate. Outside it has a saltwater pool.
: Sant Julià de Ramis (Girona)
Plot of 1,182 square meters and 210 built
: 1.2 million euros
: 972 56 70 50
In the Cantabrian town of Ruiloba
The unique architecture of Casa Lazo, made of limestone, concrete, wood, steel and glass, contrasts with the traditional style of the houses in the Cantabrian environment.
The house, in a refined and minimalist style characterized by large openings open to the outside, is located in the Cantabrian municipality of Ruiloba.
Built in 2004, it has two floors and rooms with unobstructed views of the sea and exit through the large windows.
On the ground floor, an open space houses the living room, dining room and kitchen, to which are added two bedrooms and a bathroom.
On the first floor there is a study, two bedrooms, one of them with direct access to the garden, and a bathroom.
The perimeter of the plot is embraced by a natural environment with trails, such as the one that leads directly to the nearest Luaña beach.
: Ruiloba (Cantabria)
Plot of 2,700 square meters and 218 built
1.26 million euros
913 08 40 50
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