Villa: KAR924

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The villa is set in an enchanting setting overlooking Cala di Volpe, Tavolara and the island of Mortorio and it is surrounded by luxuriant greenery. It is just minutes away from the Pevero Golf Course and all the renowned beaches of Costa Smeralda. Design and concept are developed by a famous architect Savin Couelle.

The property is bright white plastered and the typical vaulted ceilings shows the old juniper beams. Its plan is irregular and original covering a total area of about 400 square meters. It features five bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a multiple level living room to enjoy maximum comfort and light, an airy area with playful angles of rocks enriched with a stone fireplace and dotted with amusing sculptures in wrought iron. Impeccable finishing and exquisite taste are visible through a series of circular spaces that offer unusual perspectives. The house offers amazing views from every side. Its luxuriant garden that gently slopes down towards the sea has a multitude of brightly coloured flowers and greenery nestling the swimming pool and offering a really amazing view of the coast and the islands. The villa is composed of a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, five double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom, terrace, garden, swimming pool and parking space. It is fully air-conditioned and has electronic alarm system. It is an ideal property for both holiday rental and/or investment opportunity.

In 1967 the American architect Robert Trent Jones, one of the world top golf experts, was commissioned to design the 18-hole 72-par “Pevero Golf Club Costa Smeralda”. Mr. Jones shaped 50 hectares of Mediterranean bush stretched over 7 kilometres from Piccolo and Grande Pevero to Cala di Volpe, Capriccioli and Romazzino.

The “Pevero Golf Club Costa Smeralda” has made its international debut at the Italian Open in 1978. Since then the club hosted many prime tournaments. The Club House was designed by Riccardo Bonicatti.

Many extraordinary villas are nestled into the greenery of the hills and benefit from a great view of the Cala di Volpe bay.