A villa of 420 m² on a plot of 800 m² has three floors, an elevator, two Japanese gardens, a huge terrace with access to the pool, covered parking, garage for two cars, a 35 m² solarium, a waterfall pool with panoramic views of the sea and the city.
The desire to create this architectural masterpiece began from the moment when its creator picked up a pen and paper, and it fully manifested itself in this ambitious project. The large windows of this luxurious home immediately give an idea of its amazing design that awaits visitors inside. The interiors are separated by large sliding glass walls, which allows you to create a single space with terraces and a pool, as well as the natural landscape. Thanks to the unique design, guests enjoy a unique view of the south, Altea Bay and the Mediterranean Sea. An infinite horizon is visible from the pool, but the most amazing panorama awaits guests on the top floor from the jacuzzi installed there.
Current trends are reflected in a design that uses a combination of straight lines and waves. This conceptual solution helped the architect achieve the perfect balance between aesthetics and better functionality on all three floors.
On the upper terrace, when approaching the pool, there is a gazebo perpendicular to the facade, from where an endless horizon of blue sea waters is visible.
A Golden Visa can be obtained with the purchase of this property (residence permit for investments).
The house has four large bedrooms with private bathrooms, all with access to terraces and incredible sea views, a large lounge-living room with a fireplace and a modern Santos built-in kitchen, large dressing rooms.
Air conditioning, heating, fitted wardrobes, a barbecue, a pantry, alarm, a laundry, furniture, electric shutters, underfloor heating, a jacuzzi.
Location and nearby infrastructure
Altea is a small resort town on the east coast of Spain, in the province of Alicante, on the Costa Blanca — the most prestigious resort area of the country. The former fishing village has adapted to progress without losing the unhurried Mediterranean rhythm of life, and is now considered the most bohemian resort of the coast 10 km north of the “Spanish Manhattan” — the city of Benidorm.