Alicante · Moraira · Sol Park
A Contemporany Mediterranean home in Vista del Valle de Moraira, located on a plot with extensivw views of the bay. It is a quiet, well-connected
place next to the Solpark tennis club, overlooking the Valley of the Rambla de les Sorts that leads to town. The house has a 310 m² living area on two floors and a 70m² cellar that sits on a plot of 800 m² with a slight downward slope to the southeast for open views of the sea.
The main rooms take in the breathtaking view of the sea. It is designed with large and glazed windows that open up the view towards the bay of Moraira. Thanks to its architectural design, natural light flows freely into the house. The addition of the patio eaves and terraces allows the home to form spaces both open and covered for full immersion in the Mediterranean lifestyle.
The exquisite architectural design of this home pays tribute to the traditional local architecture. Key spaces that give meaning to this house are the expansive patios, the Riurau and the Naia.
The architectural design allows you to live both inside and outside throughout the year to enjoy the Mediterranean lifestyle. The outdoors stays connected to the landscape, typical of places with a warm and temperate climate. This design is a reverence to the value of traditional
Mediterranean architecture, interpreting and transcribing the value of close spaces.
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