This villa is situated on the highest point of the resort and offers you a comfortable and exclusive living and office space of close to 215 m2. Its location close to a lower-lying pine forest ensures spectacular views of the national park, the mountains and the city of Grenada in the valley below from every room. This is helped by the wonderful panoramic windows, which allow the environment to enter this amazing villa from the south-west.
The building, just like the others in the Jupiter Park resort, has been designed with the use of traditional Andalusian architectural accents. However, the extensive glazing gives it a modern character. The traditional high-quality materials that are used such as stone, travertine and traditional ceramic roof tiles give a feeling of timelessness.
The floor space of the villa is divided over two levels. The higher level, accessible from the inside as well as directly from the garden, has the function of an independent apartment / office. The ground floor of the villa is an open common space divided into a relaxation area, a dining room, a kitchen and three bedrooms. Two of the bedrooms have their own bathroom and walk-in closet. The interior design is in line with the ‘Living In & Out’ concept that creates a unique harmony with the surroundings. The glazing in the living room and dining room opens the interior of the villa to the adjacent terrace and garden, as well as the views in the distance. The connection between the living room and the terrace is natural so that you can get to the swimming pool situated in the garden. That way the villa becomes part of the garden and the Sierra Nevada National Park that surrounds it.
The first floor of the ‘Ardina’ villa was designed as an independent apartment – studio, that in the vision of the investor will form the office and headquarters of the Yardina company. To underline this independence, this part of the house has been designed with its own bathroom, kitchenette and conference room. An addition to the comfortable office space is a terrace from which one can admire the panoramic views of the Sierra Nevada National Park and the city of Granada in the valley.
The facilities of the villa include separate bathrooms for two of the bedrooms, as well as one common bathroom, and walk-in closets. The upper floor functions as an independent, fully-equipped apartment. To complete all that there is a garage built into the building and a traditional Andalusian garden with a centrally-situated swimming pool.
The garden surrounding the villa, just like the gardens of the other houses, is clearly linked to the National Park that borders with the resort. The arrangement of bushes, herbs and decorative grasses perfectly blend in with the lemon trees, orange trees and almond trees. This will be accompanied with plants underlining the Mediterranean character of the villa. These plant compositions, enriched with olive trees, should link the villa with the gardens of the Alhambra and the parks of Grenada.