48, rue La Bruyère
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Les Terrasses d'Anbalaba Côté Village
This design offers 195 m² of living space on a plot of 602 m². It is conveniently located in close proximity to Anbalaba-Village.
As from € 1 099 740
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A stand-up paddle is set aside for each house’s buyer, allowing them to combine physical activity with relaxation on the Baie du Cap lagoon.
While Anbalaba offers thirteen magnificent houses in the “Côté Village” area, along the road leading to Anbalaba Village and its many facilities and services, only five were built in the Calamondin style.
These houses are an ode to the gentle Mauritian lifestyle and offer complete wellbeing. Their living spaces are congenially arranged around a patio, an outdoor space in which to relax while luxuriating in the soft rays of the sun. To one side of the patio, three bedrooms with adjoining bathrooms place the emphasis on comfort. In the wing opposite, the houses’ living areas are generous and welcoming. Their well-designed kitchens, attractive dining rooms and large living rooms together provide the basis for an ideal quality of life.
At the far end of the terrace, an infinity pool overlooks a magnificent garden planted with endemic Mauritius flora – the final touch of excellence for these perfectly designed homes.
The 33 exceptional houses that make up Les Terrasses d’Anbalaba are grouped into three charming and distinctive districts, whose names reflect their location within Anbalaba: Côté Manguiers, Côté Lagon and Côté Village. The former boasts a unique forested setting graced with centuries-old mango trees and a picturesque creek, while the second district offers stunning views over the shimmering waters of the lagoon. The latter is ensconced within an exceptional endemic garden, only steps away from Anbalaba village and its many amenities. Regardless of where they are located, the villas are built on terraces, allowing them to blend seamlessly into the lush, undulating landscape of Baie du Cap.
Taken together, the project’s five different house designs make for an elegant built landscape in perfect harmony with the site’s topography, offering glimpses of the cerulean lagoon and taking into account the path of the trade winds. Their names evoke the fragrance of citruses: Bigarade, Calamondin, Pomelo, Combava and Cédrat.
The Zen Atmosphere pack is characterised by soft, soothing, natural hues such as beige and white, conducive to relaxation and serenity. To these restful shades are added fluid lines and careful lighting. Together, they create a muted, cosy atmosphere and a sense of fulfilment.