Designed by Catalan architect Jordi Llinares Martín, who specialises in low energy architecture, Pineda 18 makes a statement from the first impression where white plaster cladding combines with traditional ‘Floresta’ dry-stone walling technique typical to the area. Inside, Scandinavian inspired, open-plan living, lets air flow naturally through the space to create a bright, breezy atmosphere that is relaxed and easy to live in.
Low emissivity double-glazing, motorised Venetian blinds and sliding doors, create a space that seamlessly adapts to the Mediterranean climate making the most of hot, sunny days, Costa Brava breezes, and crisp winter evenings.
Hard wood floors run throughout the kitchen, living areas and bedrooms contrasted by ceramic tiles in the bathrooms and utility rooms. Bulthaup kitchen is complimented by top-flight appliances by Gaggenau. You’ll find air conditioning and under-floor heating on both levels of the house, and benefit from domotic home automation systems with internet based control access, and security systems linked to the resort.
From the wrap around terrace, an infinity pool of approximately 30m2 is surrounded by gardens and pines, giving a deep sense of privacy. There’s also a rainwater collection tank, programmed to bypass an inbuilt irrigation system to keep your grounds looking green and serene year round.
Located on the northwest corner of the PGA Catalunya Resort next to hole 8 on the Tour Course, this beautifully appointed, L-shaped villa has been designed to maximise daylight hours, and located in a prime position on the edge of Mediterranean umbrella pine forest.