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Gorgeous minimalist villa in Saint-Tropez now for sale

Designed by British architectural designer John Pawson

Exterior shot of a sloped portion of the home that features light stone walls and wooden window frames with louvers. A terrace with pool opens onto water and garden views.
Here’s a sneak peek at this incredible property.
Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

Minimalist master John Pawson, who most recently created the interiors of the newly-reopened London Design Museum, has designed a contemporary villa in the glamorous resort town of Saint-Tropez on the French Riviera in his signature simple yet luxuriant style. Smooth, neutral stone clads the floors and the walls, while light wood provides subtle accents on doors, cabinetry, windows, and louvres.

Four bedrooms spread out over the 5,166-square-foot space, which features a soaring double living room with fireplace, chef’s kitchen, and dining area on the first floor, and above, a second living area overlooking the floor below, and a gym.

Located in the area of Parcs de Saint-Tropez, the symmetric home is arranged around a large pool on a vast terrace dotted with olive trees, and opens onto stunning, panoramic views of lavender fields, a vineyard, and the Bay of Canoubiers. A private beach and the center of town are just a few minutes away. Though the price is confidential, it’s listed at more than €20,000,000 ($21,405,000). Here’s a sneak peek.

Via: The Spaces, Sotheby’s International Realty