Nestled high on the southern slopes of a valley of pine trees and rich, red fertile soil, sits the dazzling white Villa Zoya. Breathe deep and look east to views of where the ocean touches the sun.
Sitting in perfect contrast to an unspoilt lush green terrain and deep blue skies, villa Zoya was built by the godfather of Irish contemporary design, John Meagher and epitomises the minimalist architectural dream. Yet its sleek modern form echoes the modular blueprint created by the early Phoenician settlers. Indeed many of the genius design strokes also have ancient roots, such as the ventilation, which takes the natural flow of the valley.
Cleverly created in two sections for ultimate privacy as well as space, the main house is two storeys high and this is where you will find the spacious living areas as well as a master bedroom. Step outside and a single storey block of five en suite guest rooms sits adjacent to the L shaped swimming pool.
Echoing the modernist vibe, inside the décor is all light and bright with an importance placed on impeccable craftsmanship and locally sourced pieces by the owners adding warmth.
With the natural elements both outside and inside, Villa Zoya is the perfect retreat for groups of friends or your annual family gathering.