PGA Catalunya in Spain, a golf and residential development very close to Girona. The owners and developers have commissioned a collection of eminent European architects to bring their vision to life. This year has seen the completion of three show properties designed by De Blacam and Meagher, Lagula and Damian and Francisco Ribas. Carlos Ferretar, holder of the prestigious ‘White Barcelona Chair’ and the architect behind some of Barcelona’s most impressive buildings, including Paseo de Gracia’s Hotel Mandarin Oriental and Group Azahar’s new headquarters is also working with PGA Catalunya to create a collection of stunning homes.
PGA Catalunya is proud to announce the completion of its third show property this year with the unveiling of the spectacular semi-detached villa. Designed by prestigious Catalan architects Damian and Francisco Ribas this property is situated in a private garden enclave surrounded by mature natural woodland and views to the surrounding Montseny Mountains.
In line with what has been a very successful year for PGA Catalunya, this property sold almost immediately when released to the market in the first quarter of 2011. Irish investor Joe Thomas explains why he immediately fell in love with this special home “I purchased a semi-detached villa because of its location and quality of build; the straight lines, the roominess, the open atrium between the two floors were all aspects of the home that appealed to me.” Joe was also attracted by the resort’s location “As…an avid sun worshipper, golfer, skier and football mad the location ticks all the boxes…ideally placed on a golf course, close to the coast, mountains and town of Girona and very close to the wonderful city of Barcelona”
Barcelona based architects Damian and Francisco Ribas who have been involved in the PGA Catalunya project since 1999 and have already designed the popular golf clubhouse, have taken great pride in creating the development’s first semi-detached property.
Damian Ribas explains how he was careful to ensure that the architecture seamlessly complements its beautiful surroundings. ‘Part of the joy of PGA Catalunya is the beauty of its spectacular surroudings from the carefully manicured 300 hectares of estate grounds to the majestic Pyrenees mountains that lie beyond. Our architecture strives to incorporate these beautiful environs into the living areas with wall to wall sliding glass doors, expansive terraces, private gardens and double height vaulted ceilings. As such this home is inspired by the region and its traditions whilst still maintaining a 21st century feel’.
With 14 sales confirmed, 8 reservations in place and 15 contracts currently under negotiation PGA Catalunya has had a strong year in terms of sales. The resort has also recently been named as both a Top 100 Golf Course and a Top 100 Worldwide Course by Golf World and has just welcomed new Chief Executive Officer Julio Delgado to spearhead the estate’s next phase of growth.
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