A property with two distinct homes has come to the market on the northeast coast of Sardinia, Italy. The main house is called the Olivastri, while the guest house is called the Sentinella. Both are located in Porto Rafael on the Costa Smeralda.
Large rock formations are a dominant feature in the area.
The homes are surrounded by mature olive trees and oleander groves, which have been cared for by the family who has owned the home since it was built.
The main house was designed in 1969 by architect Michele Busiri Vici, who also designed the Piazzetta, a nearby chapel. The guest house came along in the late 2000s, as an extension to the main house. The estates could serve as a quiet retreat, as other properties are only on the periphery and not in plain sight.
“There’s a real synergy between the property and the world it sits within,”
The main house is comprised of 4,660 square feet (433 square meters), six bedrooms and five bathrooms. The guest house is 1,679 square feet (156 square meters), with four bedrooms and five bathrooms. There are a total of 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. The estates are on 6.18 acres (2.5 hectares).