It has taken long for visitors to discover the wild, beautiful and unspoilt region of Tuscany, today one of the must-see regions of Italy together with Amalfi Coast and Apulia, featuring crystal-clear seas, teaming up with interesting wildlife and prehistoric sites. However, this area has a long tradition of royals as well as habitué from Rome and Milan.
With a contemporary-zen aesthetic, the house is done up in bold shades of white with wood furnishing, with a sliding glass door that opens to a terrace and the infinity edge swimming pool. The villa affords views of the scenic landscape from almost every angle and, on the panoramic grounds, there’s a solarium with sunbeds for all guests and several alfresco areas with a view.
This seafront estate offers nine bedrooms decorated in elegant style, contemporary fabrics and bespoke furnishing and includes 4,000 sqms of private gardens and terraces. Perfect for those who appreciate architecture, sea lovers and being immersed in the authentic Italian life, villa guests can enjoy the facilities of the gated park below, featuring bar, swimming pool with sea water, with a shared shuttle service for residents.
Access to the villa is through a gated community and its private connecting road. A panoramic lift connects the villa car park to the main entrance. Access to the seaside is on foot or shuttle bus. This location is a great match for sea-lovers, looking for extraordinary nature scenarios and crystal sea. For the greatly panoramic location of the villa, this property is a fit for well looked-after children.
The property can accommodate up to 15 adults in 9 bedrooms and boasts 7 full bathrooms and 1 half bathroom, on request an extra guest may be allowed.
Look inside this contemporary home, with a wide panoramic veranda, sleek bedrooms and a swimming pool with view over the Bay and Cala dei Gessi beach, within walking distance with a walkway in the gated park.
Unique and featuring stunning views over the bay of Monte Argentario, this villa is a rare example of contemporary architecture and furnishing in Italy, especially in a seaside context, with a building which is definitely high impact.
An architectural project born from extensive experience in the field of design, one understated and elegant structure, the villa is peculiar also for the choice of materials used and the continuity between interior and exterior spaces: with attention to every detail, the general effect is that of luxury and sophistication. A game of cross-story, a dynamism that relates concrete and stone, transparencies and nature.
The living room of the main house with its unique stained-glass window 10 meters is an open space on two levels. The staircase traces a diagonal space and connects the two floors: a highly distinctive element balancing structural elements and transparencies. Upstairs, a study extends through a large window in a shady patio.
The Argentario identifies the southern coast of Tuscany, in the province of Grosseto, comprising the famous seaside towns of Orbetello, Albinia, Talamone, the medieval village of Fonteblanda, the unique Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano and famous Giglio Island - as well as the little-known island of Giannutri.
The Argentario combines some of the identifying traits of Maremma with the unique beauty of the sea: mild climate, beautiful and long sandy beaches and a sea that is famous for its colour and clarity. Since the early sixties, Argentario is considered one of the most coveted spots of elite tourism: just 130 km from the intercontinental airport of Rome, the promontory of Argentario offers miles of pristine beaches and more than 30 miles of rugged coastline, featuring surprisingly beautiful bays.