Surrounded by cork oak forests, the Villa CP rests on a hill between the Catalan city of Girona and the Costa Brava. Original stone walls, modern architecture and sustainability meet in perfect harmony, set against breathtaking natural surroundings. Within the old farmhouse’s stone structure, which was preserved in accordance with local building regulations, you’ll find a contemporary designed home. Large window openings flood the rooms with light and allow stunning views out into nature. Corten steel is a central design feature: Used for doors and window frames, its clear edges and rusty surfaces form an exciting contrast to the rustic walls. The metal’s texture and finish creates a near poetic effect in the shape of the perforated door to the wet room and lends the staircase a sculptural effect. The bedrooms are located on the ground floor (where the farm animals were once housed), while the living rooms can be found on the first floor and offer the best views. As the house sits on a slope, you have direct access to the garden from the upper floor – and to its natural pool.
What to do
Swimming, walkind and hiking, cycling, eating out, wine tasting, golf, the beaches of the Costa Brava (25 minutes), trips to Girona (20 mins), Barcelona (1 hour), Perpignon (90 mins), Vic (1 hour), Andorra (2 hrs)
Why we like this house
This house combines subtle luxury, sustainability and dreamlike views of nature.
This house is great for
Families, friends, lovers of the good life
Details of the property
Region/Town: ES – Spain, Catalunya, Girona
Name: Villa CP
Scenery: Mountains, cork forest, views of the Mediterranean
Number of guests: 8 people in the main building, 2 in the annex
Architecture: Old & new, Listed building - old
Design: Co Govers, ZEST architecture, Barcelona
Published: Hausen, Dezeen, Wallpaper, Arte & Diseño, Archilovers
1-4 (house/apartment), 1-6 (house/apartment), 1-8 (house/apartment), 8+ (house/apartment), Energy efficiency, ES – Spain, Family, Garden, Golf, Hiking, House, Listed building - old, Mountains, North of Spain, Old & new, Pool, Sea, Sustainable materials, Vine