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- 4 bedrooms
- QC Approved Listing
Property descriptionTop quality and an amazing sea view in ArildWith a lofty location on the beautiful slopes of Arild, you’ll find this unique property that feature the sea as its backdrop. The house, which has a total area of about 254 m2 divided amongst five rooms and kitchen, was built in 1932. Despite its having been a witness to history, this is basically a modern home with lots of natural light, a great view and modern technology. The entire property is now in mint condition, after a series of extensive renovations and alterations that have been done since 2013 by highly-qualified craftspeople working in close consultation with the seller. The philosophy has been architectural simplicity in every detail, with superior material, professional execution and practical building preservation that complies with all the rules of the art.
The area of the property totals 722 m2 and consists of an easily maintained and mature garden, shielded from prying eyes, and adjacent to the house. The property includes a good many patios and other outdoor spaces facing in different directions. This means that you’ll always be able to find a sunny place during the warm days of summer, and a shielded location on windy days. The property has a great pool area, which is accessed via an attractive stairway, and is stylishly integrated into the rocky surroundings. The many natural level differences are optimally utilized in order to bring out the most out of the sea view from the garden, which can briefly be described as a magnificent view of Skälderviken Bay, all the way out to Torekov and the island of Hallands Väderö.
Well-planned with a feeling for quality
On a paved granite entrance running along a well-planned and meticulously tended garden, we approach this private oasis, with a spectacular view of land, sea and natural beauty that renders us speechless. Next to one of many large patios, we reach the main entrance of the house and follow a foyer that brings us to the ground floor. A larger hall, which contains a stairway that leads both to the upper floor and down to the basement, takes us to the spacious kitchen, which shares an open layout with the living room. The top-quality kitchen is by Mobalpa of France, and has marble countertops, abundant storage space and a separate door that leads to still another patio. The living room has lots of space and many beautiful mullioned windows that frame the sea and create abundant natural light. This room also has a cosy fireplace and a door that leads out to a small balcony that overlooks the pool area.
One storey up, you’ll find three bedrooms, all of which have a sea view, and an elegantly simple high-quality limestone bathroom. The middle bedroom has a little balcony with an enchanting view of the sea, harbour and village. The largest of the three bedrooms, which can accommodate both a queen-sized bed and an office corner, offers another balcony and a staircase that leads up to a lovely sleeping loft. There is an abundance of natural light and exclusive materials throughout the house, and the sea always takes centre stage.
Continuing to the basement level, you first encounters a hall with a limestone floor. This hall leads to a convenient and sensibly-arranged laundry room with plenty of space, a lovely granite floor and a double-sized washing machine. The built-in wardrobes are made by Inredo, as is the rest of the storage in the house. Next to the hall, there is a cold storage room, which is perfect as a wine cellar. The hall also leads to a separate service entrance with an intelligently-planned clothing storage are and a door out to a spacious patio overlooking the sea. Large windows and glass doors that let in natural light for the back of this level, are adjacent to the master bedroom of this house, and that room, too has a door out to the patio. Next to this, there is a fully-tiled limestone bathroom with double handbasins, a bath tub and a shower. From here you can also access the patio, which has a useful outdoor shower, right outside the sliding glass windows and door.
The spacious patio has an area of just over 70 m2, and offers not only a fantastic view, but also includes a small greenhouse for those who are interested in gardening. From here, a stylish stairway leads back along a side of the house to the main entrance, where you will find the service entrance, and the other patios, via a wonderful wooden deck that consists of different levels on the other side. All the patios are made of Bangkirai, a strong, durable material that does not need any surface treatments, and will gradually acquire a greyish patina, as years go by. In addition, there is a charming stairway from the period in which the house was built, that leads down to the pool area. The pool is clad in beautiful limestone, and has dimensions of 2.5 x 6.5 metres with a depth of 1.90 metres. Around the pool, there is plenty of space for both friends and relatives, and you can pass through a gate in the wall and have only a short walk down to the picturesque Arild marina and the fine restaurants of the village.
Toward the street, there is a small storage area, next to a parking space for two cars.
In summary, this is a completely unique property that has utilized its level differences in the best possible way, and in so doing, has created something truly remarkable.
Klippvägen 6, Arild, Skåne, Sweden
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