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~NEW~ Pool House

58m2 From 165 EUR

Open-space with ocean views from everywhere

Loft-like open space
Free-standing wooden bathtub
South-facing private terrace with sea views
living room with fire place
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The Pool House is a detached house on the other side of the pool. Inside it is a loft-like open space with up to 5.5m high ceilings. We could take a more radical approach in our renovation as the house was not part of the original buildings designed by Raul Lino. We tore down all inside walls and the ceiling to open up the entire space. The new concrete flooring gives it a modern, calm look. Large windows provide plenty of natural light and beautiful sea views from any spot in the house.

Two steps extending over the entire width separate the living and dining area from the higher sleeping area with the double bed and the hand-made wooden bathtub.

The south-facing terrace offers sea view and privacy.

Our favourite spot

Free-standing bathtub with sea view made of Mahogony wood of 100-year old wine barrels

The details

  • 58-sqm apartment, very spacious for 2 guest, possible to sleep 4 guests using the sofa beds

  • Open space with a 160 x 200cm Coco-Mat bed wiht sea views from the bed

  • Kitchen basics (organic olive oil, sea salt etc.)

  • Tennis court (shared with the other apartments), equipment available upon request

  • Handmade wooden furniture between rustic and modern, created for Casa das Arribas by artisan and neighbor Glen Samuel Friedman

  • Living / dining room, fully equipped open kitchen, fireplace, sea view

  • Free parking

  • Shower gel, shampoo, soap: local artisan products based on cold-pressed oils

  • Towels, bedding, bathrobes, hair dryer

  • Free high speed WIFI

  • Pool with sea view (shared with the other apartments)

  • 9,000 sqm garden with sea view (shared with the other apartments)

  • Living / dining area, fully equipped open kitchen, fireplace, sea view

  • Hand-made free-standing wood bathtub, made of the mahagony wood of 100-year old wine barrels we found in a nearby winery