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Villa Sbarcatello

Villa Sbarcatello is a stunning waterfront property, located on a headland just around the corner from Porto Ercole, one of the most elite of Italy's summer destinations. The villa offers an easy and relaxed lifestyle in a very private setting.

Exterior

KEY FEATURES
  • Large terrace
  • Steps leading to bathing platform
  • Two other paths to the sea
  • Within easy walking distance of a beautiful
    sandy beach

Interior

BEDROOMS - 5
BATHROOMS -  5

GROUND FLOOR

  • Entrance
  • Cloakroom
  • Well-equipped kitchen
  • Dining room/Sitting room
  • Utility room
  • Staff bedroom

FIRST FLOOR

  • 5 double bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms

Villa Sbarcatello is a stunning waterfront property offering amazing panoramic sea views within a stylish and elegant setting. The house is surrounded by a lush garden with many trees, blooming flowers and diverse paths that lead down to the sea; while the interior is tastefully decorated and excellently furnished with antique pieces. The owner's nautical background and love of the sea is self evident throughout the house, both in family photos and many lovely seascapes.

In keeping with the rest of the house, the bedrooms and bathrooms upstairs are all equally as comfortable and charming, with all of them enjoying stunning sea views, some having lovely private terraces. 

Directions

NEAREST AIRPORT - Fiumicino Airport
NEAREST TRAIN STATION - Orbetello 10km (20 min approx)
NEAREST TOWN - Siena 125km; Florence 190km

With its proximity to both Rome and central Tuscany, the Argentario offers access to an impressive variety of both Roman and Etruscan ruins, as well as magnificent forts left behind by the Spaniards who ruled here in the 16th and 17th centuries.

On a more contemporary (if less worthy) note, the shopping is not bad either. The old fortified harbour tow of Porto Ercole is a pretty place to stroll, as are the nearby towns of Porto Santo Stefano and Orbetello. There are boutiques worth visiting in all three, as well as local markets. You could even take a day trip to inland Tuscany, have lunch in the beautiful medieval city of Siena, and be back in time for a late afternoon swim.