The main house starts with the upstairs master bedroom, with en suite bathroom and balcony.
Downstairs you have two more double bedrooms, kitchen, another bathroom and separate WC. There's also laundry room just off the kitchen.
The 300 square foot lounge has a 55" 4K TV with X-Box OneS running Netflix, NowTV and Google Movies. You can also play content from your own phone or tablet.
The whole space can be thrown open to the garden for those warm summer nights.
The games room is a 300 square foot space complete with full size pool table, projector and home cinema system, comprehensive DVD library and X-Box OneS games console running all the major streaming services. You can also play content from your own phone or tablet.
Together with the bar in the corner this is a great place to spend your evenings, and the pull out bed means it can also sleep two more adults if required.
La Casa de la Luz consists of a large main villa, standalone chalet and games room, all finished in traditional terracotta and white wash.
Sitting on a 20,000 square foot plot, the lush, secluded gardens are packed with diverse flora collected from around the world by environmental activist Mike Bailey, and include cacti, English oaks and an African fighting tree.
Secluded courtyards and patios are scattered about, there's a private pool, barbecue area and even a tree house.
At night filament lights strung between the trees ensure the villa lives up to its name...
The 800 square foot chalet consists of a two double bedrooms, both with lovely views of the grounds and separate bathroom.
Bedroom two has a kitchenette and the Chalet has its own separate entrance and garden access.