High Ceilings, Skylight.
Grounded in architectural context, both cultural and natural, artists Eric Heiser and Mark Cristofalo are known for building beautiful homes that elicit desire and joy. Their newest offering, Villa Valdez, showcases their unique expression of Spanish revival architecture with classical ideas and modern vocabulary, while its prized location in Country Club West provides the ultimate lifestyle and connection to the ocean. The inspiration for Villa Valdez began with a remarkable set of antique Moroccan stone grills. These wonderful grills have been placed within the tile capped plaster walls that wrap the property. With subtle nods to this Moroccan influence, the home is built with materials of antiquity, but with decidedly artful yet subtle minimalism. The ever constant ambition to create the ultimate comfort via the use of historic classical ideas viewed through a contemporary lens is brought to life in Villa Valdez. Utilizing its natural setting, the home lives in an expansive fashion with an oversized terrace that invites outdoor living. An effortless floor plan flows between the main living rooms and lower level master suite; three additional bedroom suites located on the second level, anchored by a common lounge area.
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