Villa Al Mare – Coastline Home
Overview of Villa Al Mare – Coastline Home
Villa Al Mare – Coastline Home is a project designed in respect of the natural environment, energy is produced through solar panels, water cleaning system of both pools is provided through an organic, eco-friendly product. The interiors include a spacious living room, a dining area with garden vistas, an eat-in well-equipped kitchen, a gym, a master suite with a terrace overlooking the hillside, and several alfresco areas.
The surrounding landscape of this villa fades from green in the summer to shades of red and yellow during fall, the garden lawns are scented with flowers blossoming and the experience lived is quintessentially Italian. The enchanting surroundings, its proximity to several small villages with restaurants, bakeries, markets, artisans’ shops, hidden little churches, and monuments, not to mention proximity to medieval towns live Sovana, Pitigliano, or the natural spa of Saturnia and vineyard-crossed countryside, provide this villa’s guests with a plentiful experience. Outside, there’s a stone terrace and barbecue, green spaces, and an alfresco area near the pool, close-by restaurants serve local, earthy cuisine based on seasonal ingredients, accompanied by quality regional house wines. Local activities include hiking, swimming, and cycling: the concierge can help guests hire bicycles or a boat, while the local staff can work with you to create a custom culinary experience.
Villa Al Mare – Coastline Home Decor
Villa Al Mare is located 10 km away from the sea on the Maremma coastline. The home design approached with research in the historical context results in a new-classic style with custom, white-painted wooden boards, and resin floors, wood-beamed ceilings that lend a rustic feel to the interiors. Elements of classic Italian residential architecture, such as bright views from most sides and light-filled living areas, are combined with contemporary touches, like its indoor gym. Aesthetically, the house recalls traditional typologies, for instance, the garden with a commanding vista over the countryside or the travertine marble used in the kitchen and some of the bathrooms — as well as traditional materials, including marble, stucco walls, and locally sourced stone. A contemporary influence, however, was the decision to pave floors with resin. Contemporary yet very comfortable, this is a chic retreat full of light and a welcoming vibe, blending traditional and modern Tuscan architecture.
Capalbio 4 km
Argentario Golf 28 km
Tarot Garden 5 km
Pitigliano 44 km
Sovana 46 km
Saturnia SPA 41 km
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