Inspired by the rolling, rural landscape of Provence, the Seven is a collection of one-of-a-kind homes hidden amongst 10 hectares of verdant parkland – crafted by world-renowned landscape architect Jean Mus.

Each of the seven properties is designed by a different, eminent international architect. Each has its own hectare of land, envisioned by Mus to integrate into its surroundings and enjoy complete privacy, with unrivalled views across the Mediterranean and up to the hills of Andalucía. Each family home is spacious, fully serviced and enjoys an extensive array of amenities. And each sees the individual aesthetic, imagination and expertise of its architect brought to life on our patch of Provence in southern Spain – together creating an incredible, utterly unique community.

London’s Gumuchdjian Architects have worked on some of the world’s most recognisable creative spaces, from the Centre Pompidou-Metz to the Paper Forest Pavilion at Kew Gardens. Its founder, Philip Gumuchdjian, has been awarded architecture’s highest accolades, including the National Award by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Stephen Lawrence award.

• Interior 1,501 sq m / 16,157 sq ft
• Terrace 671 sq m / 7,222 sq ft
• Site 10,257 sq m / 02 acres

• Master suite 1
• Junior suites 4
• Guest suite 1
• Bathrooms 8
• WCs 2
• Staff bedrooms 2
• Covered parking 6
• Views SW / S / SE

• Gym
• Spa
• Outdoor Swimming Pool
• Indoor Swimming pool
• Pool House
• Wine Cellar
• Water Feature
• 1 Bedroom Guest House (optional)
• Multipurpose room (optional)

¨There are three essentials – the sun, the sea and the land. The building embraces these elements, to create a home that grows from the landscape, optimises the extraordinary views and provides a platform for a perfect indoor and outdoor lifestyle¨

by Gumuchdjian Architects
London, UK
Philip Gumuchdjian

Price on Application
Each villa in The Seven is priced individually. Prices start from €14m

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