Villa overlooking the sea

Villa overlooking the sea in Castiglioncello

Location

Castiglioncello

Ref.

EC01

Type

Villa

Euro

2.000.000

Rooms

4

Interior

270 sqm

Exteriors

750 sqm

Energy class

G

Facing the sea of the renowned resort of Castiglioncello, we offer this beautiful villa in a prestigious and panoramic position.

Surrounded by a lush 750-square-meter private garden, the villa has a characteristic road access via a verdant driveway to a large garage for parking cars. The large green space that envelops the entire mansion, embellished with flowering shrubs and plants, is the ideal place to relax on hot summer days, holding lunches and dinners on the outdoor veranda.

The interior area of 270 square meters is spread over three levels and accommodates three comfortable bedrooms and three bathrooms. The ground floor of the property opens onto a large open space well lit by large windows, divided into a living room with a characteristic fireplace and a beautiful dining room as well as a kitchen that directly accesses the garden. The large windows, overlooking the garden, give natural light giving the rooms a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Going upstairs is the comfortable sleeping area, with two bedrooms each with its own bathroom. In the basement a third room with bathroom excellent for guests or staff, as well as a large hobby room.

It is part of the property a street-front commercial space of about 80sqm also excellent as a boat storage room

LOCATION:

An Etruscan village dating from the 4th century B.C., Castiglioncello dominates a small promontory that is the last offshoot of the Livorno Mountains. Situated in a privileged scenic location, far from major communication routes, it has remained undiscovered and unspoiled until modern times, with its lush pine forests and spectacular cliffs abutting the Ligurian Sea.

 

Nature is not just a frame but the very essence of these lands: the aroma of pines, lindens and tamarisks perfumes the air and mingles with the smell of the brackish; the Mediterranean scrub stretches all the way to the beach almost joining the crystal clear sea; and forests of olive trees, holm oaks and cork oaks, and chestnut groves have shaped the wild spirit of the Maremma, while its ancient heart is kept alive by the stone villages that look out like birds of prey over the green undulations and blue profiles of the Tuscan archipelago.

 

Castiglioncello, a European Union Blue Flag, is part of the larger territory of the so-called Etruscan Coast, organized into parks and protected areas, nature oases and wildlife refuges.

 

Red cliffs overlooking the sea, sheltered bays, beaches and coves bathed by clear water, a beautiful pine forest: this fishing village, because of its beauty, has inspired artists, painters, writers and poets, sought after by many leading figures in the world of culture and entertainment.

 

A tourist resort of great international prestige, the pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea has a unique charm. Castiglioncello’s tourist fortunes began in the second half of the 19th century, when due to the mildness of the climate and the beauty of the landscape, diego Martelli, art critic and patron, established his residence there. Here he invited continuously until the end of the century, almost all the painters, who later became famous, of the Macchiaioli group giving rise to an artistic period famous as the Castiglioncello School.

 

A destination that has always been coveted by illustrious personalities from the world of art, culture and entertainment, it is now one of the most renowned tourist resorts, known in Italy and abroad for the beauty of its landscape, for the quality and refinement of the services it offers and for the high-value cultural and associative initiatives it promotes.

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Ref:

RC3

Euro: 

328.000

Location
Caletta
Rooms
5
Interior
105 sqm
Exteriors
60 sqm

Ref:

CE02

Euro: 

790.000

Location
Castiglioncello
Rooms
9
Interior
290 sqm
Exteriors
28000 sqm

Ref:

CEC01

Euro: 

180.000

Location
Cecina
Rooms
3
Interior
64 sqm
Exteriors

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