Surrounded by a luxuriant private garden of 750 sqm, the villa has charming access by road, which, through a green driveway, leads to a garage for cars. The vast green space surrounding the entire house is embellished with flowering shrubs and plants, offering the ideal place to relax on hot summer days while organizing lunches and dinners on the outdoor veranda.
The internal surface of 270 sqm is distributed over three levels and features three comfortable bedrooms and three bathrooms. The ground floor of this villa, dating back to the early seventies, opens onto a large open space area featuring a spacious living room with a typical fireplace and a dining room. The big glass doors that lead directly to the garden give brightening to the house and provide the rooms with a cosy and welcoming atmosphere. Upstairs, the sleeping area consists of two ensuite bedrooms. There is a third bedroom with a bathroom in the basement, perfect as a guest room or for the staff, plus a large room used as a hobbies room.
This prestigious property in Castiglioncello is a house of extraordinary beauty overlooking the crystal-clear Tuscan sea.
The property also has a storage room of about 80 sqm, valid for a boat deposit, rented out as a Gin Club bar.
An Etruscan village dating from the 4th century BC, Castiglioncello sits on a small promontory that constitutes the farthest offshoot of the Leghorn Hills.
A tourist locale of international renown, the Pearl of the Tyrrhenian is gifted with unequalled charm.
Red reefs that drop straight into the sea, sheltered bays, beaches and inlets by crystal-clear waters, plus a splendid pine grove: the beauty of this fishermena€;™s village, which has inspired artists, painters, writers and poets, was celebrated by the artists of the Macchiaioli school and sought out by many key figures from the worlds of culture and entertainment.
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 regiona€;™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.