Wrapped in the magical allure of the dialogue between the green of the Mediterranean and the blue of the crystal-clear sea, the Villa enjoys an unmatched view of the waters of the Emerald Coast.
Located only 300 metres from the sea, and just a few minutes from the town of Porto Cervo, Villa Bianca is constructed on two levels, making for a total of 440 m2. The residence is like is like a piece of heaven by the sea: surrounded by 3000 m2 of grounds, in which aromatic plants and palm trees are harmoniously arranged with a large pool offering a breathtaking view and a sun terrace furnished with chaise lounges and vintage-style armchairs in white marrow. An unfinished stone motif connects the exterior to the vast portico, which holds a drawing room decorated with wrought iron finished in total white. Here the colour is further emphasised by the animal-skin prints on the carpets and the cushions, together with the Moorish atmosphere created by the design details.
The versatility of this most neutral of colours continues inside of the villa, with the floors, the drapes, the wood panelling, the finishing and the complementary touches. The ground floor holds an enormous double living room that leads to the first night zone, on one side, and to the dining area on the other, with access to the grounds, the kitchen and an additional bathroom, complete with a dressing room and a laundry zone. The portico motif is reprised on the upper floor: on the vast front portion of the Villa, an arched door window that lets in plenty of light leads to the master bedroom, a full-fledged suite, with a bathroom and a small sitting room portion; on the rear of the villa, a smaller portico leads to a second suite.
All the interiors feature a contemporary design that combines comfort and elegance, while the absolutely predominant role of white highlights the wealth and vigour of the colours of the natural landscape.
cellar - locker room A & B - n.2 toilet- workroom - swimming pool storage - settling tank
double salon with porch - dining room - live in kitchen with front porch - pantry - laundry - bathroom with gallery and storage - n.1 suite with bathroom and closet - workroom
n.1 double bedroom ensuite with closet and porch n.1 master bedroom ensuite with closet and large porch
TOTAL AREA: 440m2 + Porticoes
weel groomed garden - large pool overlooking onto the sea
TOTAL AREA: 3000 m2
The Gallura region is characterised by granite flatlands, cork trees and typical farmyards. Distinctive to this region's landscape are the humidity and windblown rock formations which often take on unpredictable shapes. Gallura's interior is dominated by its untamed look, various coloured Limbara granite masses and immense vineyards, also home to Vermentino, excellent white wine.
Gallura's coastline faces the Tyrrhenian sea; its mediterranean underbrush, transparent torquoise-coloured sea and lightly tinted granite are just a few of the reasons for the settlement of some of the most internationally known tourist location.
Porto Cervo is the main centre of Costa Smeralda. Resorts such as Cala Volpe, Liscia di Vacca and Baja Sardinia are now considered very sought-after destinations.
Porto Cervo is a village of multicoloured buildings and villas, recently built in front of the natural port and the surroundings hills.
The Old Port dates back to the 60's, the time the Aga Khan built the , whole Costa Smeralda area. The wharves and quays are Porto Cervo spa's private property and therefore fees must be paid for docking and enjoying all the facilities. Anyone not wanting to use the port might anchor in the bay, whose entrance is indicated by lights. Obviously, Porto Cervo couldn't not have a Yacht Club ( Costa Smeralda Yacht Club) and a meeting point for nightlife (La Piazzetta).