Maurice Fatio, one of Palm Beach’s most noteworthy architects, designed many classic Mediterranean Revival numbers in the 1930s, including this one. Called Villa Las Carpas, Spanish for ‘house of the tents,’ the recently landmarked house is listed for $10.9 million.
At 220 Via Bellaria, Villa Las Carpas was built in 1932. It has original Spanish tile and terrazzo floors, carved fireplaces in the living room and bedrooms, a wall mural in the loggia, and consists of a four bedroom main house as well as a three bedroom guest house. The bathrooms have beautiful original tile work. A large pool, surrounded by loggias, pergolas, and patios is out back. It also comes with deeded beach access. Check out the pictures below, and BB coverage of Maurice Fatio here.