Thoughtfully laid-out for maximum efficiency, this ocean front villa has an asymmetrically stepped entryway and oversized zebrawood door with pull. Once inside the guest is invited to a large white marble fire pit that helps to define the foyer and living space to the left, and a sunken-in dining room with an organically shaped Barlas Baylar dining table. The bathrooms are in close proximity to each other to minimize plumbing construction, and the guest bath to create a sense of privacy, is hidden behind a wall of floor to ceiling built-ins. The master suite is off to the side of the dining room overlooking the ocean and pool and has a unique desk-bed piece that maximizes space. The master bathroom features organically shaped Porcelanosa vessel sinks and tub, with body sprays in the shower area and wall mounted faucets. The large kitchen has ample storage and seating with its bistro style banquette table chair setup & large island with oversized Urban Archeology pendant light fixtures.