Italian Seaside Villas

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Located in an exclusive and private setting famous for its exclusive properties and villas, there is this fascinating property directly on the coast in Castiglioncello Italy, with a wonderful view over the Tyrrhenian Sea and surrounded by the Mediterranean vegetation. Overlooking the sea of the Etruscan Coast, the property includes a charming beach surrounded by cliffs and the typical vegetation of the place that we can find also in the beautiful and well-groomed park of 5000 m2 that enriches the residence with palms, pines, oaks, oleander, Pittosporum and a perfect English garden. The house, designed in the Seventies by the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, was built in respect of the surrounding landscape using hammered cement, a material similar to the rock, for the exterior of the building. The external natural environment is enhanced, in addition, by the soft colors of the interiors that highlight the greenery and the blue sea, while the sleeping area has blue walls and ceilings in order to create an atmosphere of peace and quiet in this corner of paradise of the Tuscan coast in Italy. Another important feature that influenced the design of the villa was the cancellation of the concepts of internal and external that merge in this house to become a unique design realised thanks to the floor of the ground floor, in and out, covered with klinker, to various windows with shatterproof glass that light up the rooms and to the transparent walls rollaway in the floor.

The seaside villa is decorated in a minimalist style with refined, exclusive furniture and antiques. The villa has an area of 1200 m2 and is developed on three levels. The basement houses two bedrooms with bathroom, a wide living room with fireplace, a dining room with panoramic sea-view, a room used as a laundry, a cellar and a multipurpose room. The ground floor consists of a fully equipped kitchen, two bedrooms with private bathrooms, a large dining room with fireplace, two living rooms with fireplace too. The upper floor, accessible also from the outside, is occupied by the sleeping area with a suite with bathroom and wardrobe and four other bedrooms with bathroom. On the same floor there are also a living room, a TV room and a gallery-library. The roof is covered by a wide terrace. Along the access to the seaside there is a dependance with kitchen, dining room, bathroom, natural ice house and cave cellar. In front of the outbuilding there is the jetty. The property offers the opportunity to build a pool.
Technical Details
Interiors surface: 1200 m2
Exteriors surface: 5000 m2
bedrooms: 9
bathrooms: 10
living rooms: 5
dining rooms: 2
kitchen: 1
bedroom: 1
bathroom: 1
dining room: 1
kitchen: 1

plus other rooms and technical areas

private carpark
private jetty
private beach
parkland: 5000 m2

Livorno km 20 – Pisa km 38 - Thermal baths km 35 - Forte dei Marmi km 68 – Florence km 85 – Piombino km 69 - Pisa airport km 35 – Highway exit: Livorno exit km 12.

Ref: 2363
price: On Application

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Tuscany Castiglioncello

An Etruscan village dating from the 4th century BC, Castiglioncello sits on a small promontory that constitutes the farthest offshoot of the Leghorn Hills.

Important military center of Etruscan epoch, thanks to its strategic position on the sea, already in Roman age it was center of luxurious villas of otium. Its tourist fortune starts in '800 thanks to the work of the critic and patron Florentine Diego Martelli that he entertained in his house the greatest exponents of the pictorial movement of the Macchiaioli. Frequented by painters and lettered, Castiglioncello assumes to the first of ‘900 its actual aspect populating itself of refined liberty villas leaned out the sea. Become, in the middle of '900, one of the places of vacation preferred by numerous characters of the cinema’s world it lives in that years his more prestigious season. Full of these traditions, today Castiglioncello is an important destination that proposes a good quality of tourism thanks to the numerous cultural activities in the field of the show, literature, history and art, but also because it gives privileged place for a reflection on the contemporary reality, thanks to the conferences activities and to the new laboratories on the philosophy and communication conceived by the Municipality in collaboration with various Italian universities. Center of these cultural initiatives is the Castle Pasquini, imposing building in Gothic style, built to the end of '800 on the villa that it was of Diego Martelli and absorbed in the Mediterranean stain of its ample park. In 1992, Castiglioncello has obtained the Blue Flag thanks to the FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education in Europe). This legion of merit it’s too important to the seaside stations because the parameters take in exam by Italian and European Commission, concerns not only the clean water, with particularly attention to environmental pollution, but also to the quality of public services, street furniture, social and cultural structures, social order and cleaning of the city, road network and general services, with particularly attention to the tourists.
Nature provides not only the frame, but the very essence of these lands: the scent of the pines, beeches and tamarinds scents the air and mixes with the odour of the sea salt and the Mediterranean greenery, which stretches up to the beach, almost joining up with the crystalline seas and the groves of olive trees, larches, cork trees and wild chestnut thickets that have moulded the untamed spirit of the Maremma, while the region’s venerable heart is kept alive by the stone villages that perch like birds of prey above the undulating green and the blue highlights of the Tuscan Archipelago.