The property is located in the town of Petra Manna, between Cala di Volpe and Capriccioli, a promontory above the Celvia beach.
The villa, designed by the well-known architect Savin Couelle, is surrounded by a large garden (3.800sqm) with lawn and Mediterranean scrub that gives the house an exclusive great privacy, making it its value par excellence.
The house is on the ground floor, about 230 square meters and consists of 4 bedrooms, including 3 double bedrooms, and 1 twin bedroom with a loft, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, dinette, large living room with fireplace.
Large semi-covered outdoor areas, which can be accessed from the living room windows, equipped with tables, with seating for about 25 pax and a barbecue, complete the property.
Swimming pool with the adult area and children’s area.
Double covered and double uncovered parking space, with capacity for 4/5 cars.
The villa is located on a private road and benefits from the surveillance service of the Costa Smeralda Consortium, active 24 hours a day.
The Celvia beach can be reached on foot, via a private internal road, as well as the beaches of Capriccioli and Cala di Volpe.
The villa underwent a major renovation last April, in particular, the three bathrooms and the plumbing have been renovated, keeping the style of Savin Couelle and the original Cerasarda tiles.
The property is sold furnished and equipped.
Review of the magazine “Dentro Casa” of 2014:
The Costa Smeralda was born around the 1960s, when Karim Aga Khan brought artists, craftsmen, architects and engineers from various parts of the world, giving life to the wonderful structures we see today.
One of the great talents was certainly Jacques Couelle, even before being an architect, a great artist of form. He gave a very strong impression to the constructions of the coast by inventing solutions so particular that they became representative elements of the area.
Later his son Savin continued his work, bringing simply surprising sculpture houses to the market.
The villa immortalized here is the work of the latter: a house with plastic lines in which creativity sweeps by designing niches, stairs and plays of volumes on which small terraces climb.
The spaces seem to want to embrace those who live there, inviting them to serenity.
Located in 4000 square meters of Mediterranean scrub, it seems to arise from the ground and end up in it, not only for the plants that almost entirely cover the front, but also for the materials and the granite that is found on the structure of the building, inside. and in the form of rocks along with the pool.
It is a house to live between the interiors and the exteriors, thanks to two important verandas which, built on the extreme sides, allow you to have lunch always protected from the wind.
The living room appears like a white cave, the interior of a shell in which the volumes slide over several floors, revealing rooms.
A large white sofa follows the contour of the living room, dominated by wavy walls and large windows with indefinite shapes.
A little further on, the sleeping area consists of several rooms that gather around a central pivot, moving on various heights in a fun game of steps and niches.
Thus, developing among granite, wood, concave and convex lines and very white walls, the house opens up to the viewer; the interiors for the extraordinary beauty and originality of the shapes, the exteriors for the preserved nature and the enchanting view over the bay of Capriccioli.
Outside, a swimming pool with an irregular perimeter with emerging rocks that play in and out of the water. And then peace … the greatest luxury you could wish for.