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Houses with fantastic views as far as the eye can see.

Finca Sonrisa

At Finca Sonrisa, Mallorcan architecture meets an exciting combination of contemporary design and Art Deco style. This 500 square metre villa is situated on a spacious property with panoramic views overlooking the lowlands and Tramuntana Mountains of Mallorca. A traditional country estate on the outside, the villa itself will surprise you with its modern interiors that transport the glamorous lifestyle of the 1920s into the present. 

Region/Town: ES – Spain, Randa, Mallorca

Scenery: On a spacious property with panoramic views

Accommodation: House

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Grams Gård

Meadows and fields surround the Grams Gard farm, situated on a hill in the southern Swedish province of Skane and just a short distance from the Baltic Sea. The 1851 farmhouse with its three wings has been lavishly restored by Swedish-British architects Ia Hjärre and Andy Nettleton. Its modern additions – the new black tin roof with large dormer windows and oak-framed sliding windows on the ground floor – are in perfect harmony with the sober design of the old building.

Region/Town: SE – Sweden, Österlen, Simris

Scenery: At the top of a small hill on the edge of Simris with panoramic views over the Baltic Sea.

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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Turmhaus Tirol

Situated in the Tyrolean Alps, Turmhaus Tirol is built into the gradient of a steep mountain slope and reaches up six floors into the sky. The lower three floors are dug into the slope itself and form the concrete foundation for the wooden structure. Flamed larch boards of different widths, some of which overlap, give structure and character to the façade. The windows, arranged according to functions of each room, also liven up the reduced design of the building, with its wide cantilevered saddle roof. 

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Tyrol, The Ziller Valley, Zell am Ziller

Scenery: At 1200 metres in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps

Accommodation: House

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Casa di Monti

Gnarled, old olive trees and the blue shimmering sea in the distance: with views of these natural symbols of Apulia Casa di Monti greet you as you arrive. The house is accessed via the central living area, which opens out through large panoramic windows onto the terrace and the property’s expansive olive garden.  

Region/Town: IT – Italy, Apulia, Carovigno

Scenery: Amidst an olive yard, with sea view

Accommodation: House

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Barcelona Sanctuary

The Barcelona Sanctuary is just a half hour’s drive from the hustle and bustle of Catalonia’s capital, on the edge of a nature park and close to the coast. Its location on a hill with views of the surrounding forests and shimmering sea in the distance were a decisive factor in the design of the house.

Region/Town: ES – Spain, Sant Andreu de Llavaneres

Scenery: Paoramic spot right next to a nature reserve

Accommodation: House

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Can Miret

This holiday home is situated in the north of Mallorca on the edge of the little town of Campanet – in a large garden overlooking the village and the Tramuntana mountains. This traditional Mallorcan building is comprised of an older main wing and a newer extension and offers 300 square metres of space for nine people.

Region/Town: ES – Spain, Mallorca, Campanet

Scenery: On the outskirts of the village in the middle of an idyllic garden with a view of the Tramuntana mountains.

Accommodation: House

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Little Stone House

The Little Stone House is situated six kilometres from the Spanish city of Tarifa, the surfing paradise on the south coast of Andalusia. From here, you can enjoy beautiful views of this coastline’s famous sandy beaches. Built on the slope of the La Peña hills, the house is located just 750 from the water. It was constructed upon the foundations of an old farmhouse – in its exact original position, as it is particularly sheltered from the wind.

Region/Town: ES – Spain, Andalusia, Tarifa

Scenery: Panoramic position close to the coast

Accommodation: House

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Wenefrieda

Wenefrieda is a typical representation of the modern timber architecture the Vorarlberg province in western Austria is famous for. This longhouse-style holiday home with a saddle roof and wooden façade is based on the traditional buildings of the Bregenzerwald forest. The communal centre of the house is located on the top floor, which is completely lined with wood. The open living area with a sitting area by the fireplace and a library, a dining table with corner bench and kitchen block, extends over the entire floor and is lit from three sides.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Bregenzerwald, Schoppernau

Scenery: In the heart of a mountain village, surrounded by an impressive mountain scenery.

Accommodation: House

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Les Terrasses de Melides: Haupthaus

Les Terrasses de Melides

Les Terrasses de Melides is situated within a large parkland property in the hills surrounding the village of Melides in the coastal region of Alentejo, south of Lisbon. Award-winning architect Manuel Aires Mateus designed this holiday home as an ensemble of four buildings: one main house and three detached bungalows.

Region/Town: PT – Portugal, Alentejo, Comporta/Melides

Scenery: In the hills overlooking the Atlantic ocean

Accommodation: House

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SpronkenHouse

Surrounded by mountains and rows of olive and almond trees, SpronkenHouse is situated on a spacious plot of land in the Spanish province of Castellón. Designed by the Dutch artist and sculptor Xander Spronken, the house is a living sculpture constructed of concrete, wood, iron and glass.

Region/Town: ES – Spain, Castellón, Les Useres

Scenery: In the "Spanish Tuscany", surrounded by olive and almond trees

Accommodation: House

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