£220,000Equivalent Square Meters(Number of SQM for Tax purposes in Italy):284
Built into the pronounced land slope, the structure takes the position of an old farmhouse with vertical development. It is built on three floors, each with its own outdoor areas. These consist of terraces on the two upper floors and a garden on the ground floor, with different orientations, allowing them to be used at different times of the day. All the indoor areas offer a stunning sea view.
Structured over three floors, each with its own outdoor areas for open air activities, be it terraces or the garden. All the living areas offer a stunning sea view. The distribution of the three rooms, two on the first floor, and one on the second floor, allows a pleasurable independence, both from the rooms themselves, and from the living-dining and kitchen area. The latter area has a wide panoramic terrace, shaded by a pergola roofing. The large garden, accessible from the two bedrooms on the ground floor or from the external staircase that connects the terrace adjacent to the kitchen, thanks to its varied orientation, offers an ideal exposure for lawns, aromatic shrubs and traditional Mediterranean trees and flora.
The villa reflects the natural character of the region. The tiled roof has staggered gables, with a traditional eave. The floors are made of a mixed structure of concrete and exposed, wooden beams. The finish of the external walls is in lime plaster. The internal fixtures, complete with ramps, are coated with aluminium paint, to ensure durability and reduced maintenance. The base of the house, the outside stairs and bordering walls are lined with local stone. The two terraces, the living area, the rooms and the bathrooms are paved with porcelain tiles; the internal staircases are marble-floored. The colours and materials aim at creating a relaxing and translucent environment, which communicates with nature’s light and with the sea behind the villa.