The lighthouse was originally on a separate lot, adjacent to the house. The current owner bought it around six years ago, combined the lots and began renovating both the lighthouse and the main house, adding a stone bridge to connect the two. The merger of the two seafront lots into one eight-bedroom estate was overseen by Alireza Sagharchi, a British architect, who added a waterfront terrace with Italian travertine tile, a wooden deck with access to the shore and a terraced garden under the bridge.


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