Estate of the Day: French Colonial Style Villa in Gibraltar



Spectacular French Colonial style villa recently constructed within a gated community situated in one of the best elevated positions on Gibraltar offering uninterrupted views to the Spanish coastline, Africa and the surrounding straight with its multitude of passing ships. Built on 3 levels, this majestic home is accessed through an elegant drive bordered with automatic gates and consists of a main house and a guesthouse. The main villa enjoys an impressive entrance hall, 7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, main reception room with seating corner, bar, fireplace and billiard area, formal dining room with fireplace, television room with modern fireplace, library, state-of-the art fully fitted kitchen, laundry room, elegant gallery and guest cloakroom. Includes various storage rooms, electric room, machine room and a security room as well as a 1 ensuite bed guest house with open plan fully fitted kitchen and possible 2nd bedroom/office. The large master bedroom is en suite with dressing room, bath, separate shower, balcony and fireplace. Finally this elegant home includes a fabulous entertaining area around the swimming pool area with large covered terraces, professionally fitted barbeque house and summer dining, shower and exterior guest cloakroom. Finished to the highest quality standards the villa is tiled in a combination of marble, parquet and natural stone and fitted with Creston Home Automation system, central music system, plasma screens hidden in all mirrors, alarm, A/C hot & cold, central UFH and security system and exterior television system. All bedrooms with dressing rooms and further the villa features the finest carpentry and moulders on the extra high ceilings. Beautiful garden with fountains and statues add a touch of glamour.

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  1. This is like dream house for me. Because i never seen this type of luxurious house before which consider wider room , garden area, splendid cabinets ,flooring design etc.

  2. I am not too crazy about the bathroom. There doesn't seem to be much of a contrast between the wood for the dresser that is holding up the sinks. I would rather see a darker wood stain on all of the wood in the bathroom. Maybe a dark cherry stain or something even darker than that like a dark cocoa color with some lacquer for a shine. I would also enjoy seeing some granite or soapstone (dark) tiles for the floor instead of what is there to contrast the white in the walls. Maybe a nicer set of vanity lights would work too to make the bathroom a little brighter with all of the dark wood stains. Other than that, the house is overall beautiful. I especially love that chandelier and staircase, simply gorgeous.