Beach house in an olive grove

Posted on Wed, 8 Jan 2014 by KiM

The holidays are over and now I need a holiday to recup. Actually, I just need a holiday to get out of this godforsaken cold weather. I would be more than happy to visit this wonderful home by Spanish architect Toni Gironès Saderra. It is located on a hillside in Cadaqués, Girona, Spain, and has 15 olive trees on the property. The home is simple yet stunning, and while not much going on with the decor in these photos, my brain is on overdrive thinking of the possibilities. Yes, I could spend winters here. Easily.

jane says:

cool how it's built right into the rock face!

Cussot says:

Oh my, it's perfect. All that rock, but still kind of cosy. The textiles are really appealing.

Sarahj says:

good to see someone has a glass bottle collection in the kitchen that is bigger than mine!

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