The Chilean painter Claudio Bravo never got tired of enjoying his properties richly scattered throughout with pine-trees with views over The Mediterranean. He lived in Morocco for thirty years dividing his time between Tangier, in the northern part of the country, and Taroudant, near the Atlas in the South.
This beautiful property in Tangier, witnessed the birth of a number of Bravo’s main works of art. It is a colonial palace dating back from the beginning of the 20th century featuring a fantastic mature three hectare garden. How could such a setting not have inspired him?
The vast volumes of the principal house open on to a wide terrace supported by colonnades. The villa features several living rooms, bedrooms, as well as a studio, where Claudio Bravo has left his mark on everything. His pieces of furniture, source of inspiration for some paintings, and the jars containing his paintbrushes remain untouched. This is not just a palace but a museum due to it's rich history.
Some other buildings are scattered throughout the property in the middle of the flourishing vegetation. Among them, a spectacular circular swimming pool and another one resembling a natural lake.
This unique property features in total about twenty rooms. The buildings can easily be extended, within this idyllic surrounding. The ancient mountain, an exclusive district of Tangier, is an open door to the Mediterranean.
So if you are looking for a private villa Morocco for rental or buying, make sure you come and see how incredible this villa is for yourself.
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