Villa Kseniya   Santa Gertrudis, Ibiza, Spain
4
Beds
4.0
Baths
Villa
Type
1850 Nightly
Starting From

Description

A unique villa on a great location with a magnificent view of the sea and Formentera. The villa was designed by one of the most famous architects in Ibiza and is one of a kind. The modern minimalist style has been combined with rustic materials such as stone walls, teak decks and polished concrete floors. The driveway to the house has a spectacular backdrop of a staircase carved into the cliff (illuminated in the evening). The entrance is approached by a pond with waterfall. The house has three levels: in the basement are rooms for equipment and gym. The first floor has an entrance hall with guest bathroom and a large living room with glass sliding doors, giving excellent views over the sea and Formentera. Around the living is a teak deck. The impressive open kitchen has a large island and is fully equipped. Additional is an utility room. The first floor has one bedroom en suite with a bathroom with shower and toilet.and alongside a walk-in closet. The bath is in the bedroom, overlooking the sea. From the sun deck a stone staircase leads to the swimming pool with overflow channel. Around the pool is a teak deck with comfortable chill outs, and beautifully landscaped gardens with lighting. The upper floor has one bedroom en suite with a bathroom with bath, shower and toilet. The master bedroom has a spectacular view over the sea, which you also can enjoy from the large tub in the bedroom. The adjoining room has a walk-in closet, a bathroom and a separate sauna. All  floors are polished concrete, the floors of the living room and master bedroom have wooden floors. The house has AIRCO, CV, sat TV, Dvd, Internet.


Features

  • Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Microwave
  • Refridgerator Full Size
  • Stereo
  • TV
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Exterior
  • Deck or Balcony
  • Garage
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Building
  • Location
  • Suitability

Santa Gertrudis

This quiet inland village has become one the most charming rural centres in the island. Eating a cured ham roll in any of its pavement cafes is a tradition for both locals and travellers. It also has handicrafts shops, antique shops, and avant-garde cuisine restaurants.