The style is that of the typical Gallura country house revolving around the courtyard. The large windows capable of giving substantial airiness as well as providing a beautiful sea view emphasize this feeling. The fabrics used in the bedrooms of the villa are coloured in pastel shades, while strong colours mark the lounge and the exteriors. The terraces are particularly welcoming and are tastefully decorated.
The courtyard is a place of relationships due to the presence of armchairs and sofas. Its dominant position offers an undisputed view of the open sea. The exteriors are completed by a well-kept garden with seasonal blossoms, evergreen trees and a large swimming pool with solarium. They all contribute to a feeling of true well-being.
This circular-shaped villa is on a single level and features an entrance courtyard, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, three bedrooms each with bathroom and dressing room and is three more bedrooms with bathroom with access from the courtyard. There is also an annex with a double room with bathroom and a fitness facility. A small portion of the garden is dedicated to parking spaces. The villa is equipped with central heating and air conditioning.
This is an ideal property for those who want to spend a special holiday with family and friends and it also represent a safe investment for those who want to buy it.
North Porto Cervo, Porto Cervo Marina and New Marina are the three names identifying the northern part of the Costa Smeralda. It all began in 1967 through the initiative of a group of founding members including Prince Karim Aga Khan, who was elected President of the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda. The intent was to promote international sporting events, mainly related to the sailing world. The 600-berth New Marina was built in 1976 to host the One Ton Cup. The first edition of the Maxi Yacht World Championship, the Swan World Cup and the Grand Prix Offshore Costa Smeralda are all dated 1980. In 1992, the 220-feet ship Destriero waving the colours of the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda and under the guidance of Cesare Fiorio crossed the Atlantic from New York to Southampton in less than 59 hours, setting a new world record at speeds of over 50 knots and bringing the Blue Ribbon trophy to Italy.
Around the marina a new way of building began, hiding and harmonizing properties in an unspoilt landscape. This new business philosophy has led internationally famous architects who introduced architectural styles from different countries of the Mediterranean and merging them with local traditions to give birth to what we now call the style of Costa Smeralda.