15 Sophisticated and Classy Mediterranean House Designs

We are sure you have heard of the different types of house designs. One of them is the Mediterranean style. This kind of design takes its influence from the sunny countries that border the Mediterranean sea. It combines the concepts of Italian and Greek styles giving it a classic Mediterranean style with some touches of Spanish architecture too. Most Mediterranean homes have exterior walls constructed of stucco, while roofs are sloping and usually covered with tiles.

Aside from that, its walls are commonly white or painted a sunny neutral color, such as peach, salmon, or yellow. Meanwhile, the roof tiles are usually red providing a bright and gaiety look. Typically, this kind of house will be no higher than two stories and feature large windows throughout. Nowadays, there are still Mediterranean houses although others have adapted a more modern look. Let us see the homes below:

Valencia 1180

Valencia Mediterranean

Arthur Rutenberg Homes

This 3,687 square feet is comprised of 3 bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, a den and a bonus room. We like the rounded bay window!

Doni Flanigan Mediterranean Interior

Doni Flanigan Interior Design Artist


What a home! This sophisticated house has “Tuscany” plaster finish from Texston Co. which was acquired by the designer from Dubai.

Mediterranean Dream

Mediterranean Dream House

Weber Design Group, Inc.

The house is 692.59 square meters total including the outdoor area. An arc entryway will welcome you into the house.

Palmieri Residence

Palmieri Mediterranean Residence

Vanguard Studio Inc.

Fantastically fabulous! You’d feel like royalty as you get into a house like this that leads from a large double gate!

Amherst Exterior

Amherst Mediterranean Home Exterior

Veranda Fine Homes

The cast stone of the house is a “faux” stone that is made from white and/or grey cements, manufactured or natural sands, carefully selected crushed stone or well graded natural gravels and mineral coloring pigments to achieve the desired color and appearance.

Spanish Contemporary Style Estate

Spanish Mediterranean Contemporary Style Estate

Arc Design Group

With the pool in the front, the house looked even more stunning!

Tuscan Vineyard Estate

Tuscan Vineyard

Stotler Design Group

The Redland clay tile roof of the house add more appeal to it as well as its wide front yard.

Racca Mediterranean Residence

Racca Residence

Design Visions of Austin

A Mediterranean style house in Austin with a 6,540 heated square footage, 6 bedrooms, 5 full baths, and 3 half baths.


Cahill Tivoli


The trees in front of the house has a huge contribution to the look of the home.

Private Residence Mediterranean

Private Residence Home Mediterranean

Harwick Homes

Another Mediterranean home to watch out! The glamorous feel is reflected all throughout the house.

Recent Mediterranean Projects

Recent Projects House

Jennifer Bevan Interiors

You are actually seeing just one side of the house but if you see other parts of it, you will love this even more!

Kaleidoscope of Homes

Kaleidoscope House

Heritage Design Studio

The stucco color for this house was called “cappuccino” and we are sure that we all like it!

Lazy River

Lazy River Mediterranean

C. L. Fry Creative

One common characteristic of a Mediterranean house is that it is low but wide like this one.

South Tampa Mediterranean House Villa

South Tampa Villa

Sterling Ridge Custom Home Builder

The terracotta roof tiles paired with white facade is just gorgeous! We especially love that wall with vines!

16 Street Santa Monica

16 Street Mediterranean

Royal Stone & Tile

The landscape of this home has a great impact to its entire look but even with a simple landscape, this house will still stand out!

What can you say about this list of Mediterranean Houses? We think they are lovely. It has some class in it and the look is very sophisticated especially those with pools. But pool or no pool, a Mediterranean house will always look stunning. What adds to their beauty area its accompanying landscape that go well with the overall style. Want to see other home designs? You can always visit the Architecture section of Home Design Lover where we share to you daily doses of home design inspiration. But you can as well check some futuristic house designs for an ultra-modern home architecture.