Villa For Sale on the Tuscan Coast

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Stunning 950m2 villa with direct access to the sea, set in a wonderful 2500m2 park and located along one of the most beautiful stretches of the Italian coast. The luxury villa in Argentario was built in the 1950's and was subsequently renovated and restored conserving it's original charm.
The villa's position is unique and offers unparalleled views of the sea, while offering plenty of shady spots from where to enjoy the luxurious and relaxing atmosphere in the garden, literally smelling the salt in the air, maybe from one of the gazebos or terraces.
The direct sea access and private beach make this property stand out further and offer the absolute best facilities to the potential buyer.
Inside the villa is airy and luminous, characterized by light colored furniture and large windows. There are not one but two kitchens, seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms and large living rooms from where you can admire the excellent sea front position of one of the nicest luxury villas for sale on the Tuscan coast.
Technical Details
Region: Tuscany
Municipality: Grosseto
Zone: Argentario

Type: Luxury Villa in Argentario - Seaside Villa in Italy
Interior Surface: 950 m2
Exterior Surface: 2500 m2

7 bedrooms + 3 staff bedrooms
10 bathrooms
2 kitchens
Large living room
Park of 2500 m2

Elevator

Direct sea access and private beach

Tuscany - Grosseto - Argentario. Orbetello 4 km - Isole dell'Arcipelago toscano 20 minuti - Impianti termali 1 km - Golf Club 5 km - Aeroporto Roma 90 km.
Ref: 0480
price: On Application

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Tuscany Argentario

The first historical references of Argentario are provided by Strabo, and present it as initially having been in all likelihood, an island that was later joined to the Tyrrhenian coast by the dunes of Feniglia and Giannella, formed by the silt washed ashore by the sea currents.

Thanks to its geographic position at the centre of the Tyrrhenian Sea, Argentario was held to be of extraordinary strategic value, and so lookout towers were built in the area to protect against the constant threat of attacks from the sea, and especially those of the Pirate Khair ad Din, known as Barbarossa. The Spaniards deserve the credit for rapidly transforming the Argentario area into a powerful military complex, thank to a formidable complex of fortifications, superior in number and quality to any similar defensive works then found in Tuscany. The result was the creation of the “State of the Forts”.

The Promontory, made up entirely of mountainous land with high, steep-edged costs along which the famous dwarf palm can be admired, is covered with thick Mediterranean brush, alternating with olive groves, grapevines and fruit trees. The vineyards, planted on terraces built on the hillsides with tremendous effort, turn out the rare "Ansonico" and "Riminese" grapes. A favoured destination of elite tourism since Etruscan and Roman times, today the area can point to numerous villas owned by the nobles and aristocrats of old Europe, though the famous figure who has left the most lasting mark is the composer Puccini, who created a number of his masterpieces while in the Argentario.