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Wednesday, October 14th, 2015

In Porto Cervo, this attractive and exclusive villa awaits

The villa's exterior exudes luxury and tranquillityLocated within the centre of one of the most stand-out residential areas on the Costa Smeralda, La Celvia, is this stunning jewel of a villa, entitled Petra Manna. Along with its unique architectural design, typical of properties on the Costa Smeralda, the villa also offers a host of other luxury features, including views looking out to the bay of Cala di Volpe, a strategic, south-west facing location within a rich, tranquil community, plus immediate proximity to the beach. Furthermore, Porto Cervo, the Hotel Cala di Volpe and Pevero Golf Club all lay very close by to the villa.

Sitting atop an unspoiled 3500m2 plot that has a rich effect on the human senses, the villa is “shielded” by the lush, fragrant plant-life, which provides a private, secluded ambience and total relaxation to its residents. Some of the home’s most elegant areas are the exterior verandas that contain sea views, as they make for ideal places for hosting a party or soiree with visitors, whilst being able to marvel in the surrounding, natural scenery, particularly when the sun is setting over the Cala di Volpe bay.

Picturesque views of the Mediterranean SeaAnother highlight of the villa is its fantastic swimming pool that sits next to the solarium, with the night time being particularly special, when the pool’s lights radiate, positively brightening up the exterior.

Besides its two private entrances, this deluxe villa also features, on the ground floor, a living room with open access out onto the exterior terrace area equipped with a barbecue, plus a kitchen and a total of three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Upstairs, you can find two cosy double bedrooms with en-suites and terraces that enjoy open panoramas. Additionally the lower ground floor offers utility spaces, one bathroom, parking facilities and a large porch area.

Blending into the natural environment with ease, the property boasts perfect, characteristic finishing touches and utilizes a host of traditional constructive materials such as juniper wood, handmade pottery, wrought iron and stone plaster.

The house has also received authorisation in the form of an approved expansion project, to construct an en-suite bedroom, and a vegetable garden and orchard outside.


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