Hidden away, yet very close to Forte dei Marmi town center, the home style encompasses traditional elements brought into the now with updated add-on’s for today’s lifestyles: there is a heated pool equipped with beach umbrellas and deck loungers, offering a breathtaking 360° view of the coast; for fitness enthusiasts, the estate features a shady corner gym equipped with Technogym machines, a comfortable sauna with an outdoor shower.
The home design, approached with research in the estate contextual, technical, and historical contexts, results in a new-classic style with stone, resin floors, quality washed wooden boards and marble. Modern, comfortable and soothing, this is a bohemian-chic retreat full of light and a welcoming vibe.
The living areas include two large rooms where watching TV or reading a book in front of the fireplace, the breakfast area with the fully equipped open kitchen. The refined atmosphere is also enhanced by its light shades of nude and grey, enriched with vintage pieces and Italian design ’50s and’ 60s pieces. The lush garden, studded with Mediterranean plants, citrus and flowers, enables guests to enjoy many corners to regenerate and to live a relaxing time.
This estate offers eight bedrooms decorated in elegant style with color washed walls in pale shades, contemporary fabrics, books and items, which lend a very personal touch, each with private bathroom, decorated in shades of grey or green and furnished with pieces of modern design, all feature Calacatta marble flooring in bathrooms, some also a Danish fireplace and large windows with various panoramic sights. Bedrooms scent with the aromatic notes of the fragrances of choice of the owner, a restaurant and beach club owner and her family.
Each room is exclusive and original, with custom furnishings and accessories, pieces of art and Italian design from the 50’s and 60’s. Guests will always find fresh flowers, a kettle with a selection of teas and herbal teas; our lady guests will also find everything they need to remove their make- up: cosmetic pads, cotton wool and tissues.
On the ground floor we find a living room, a fully equipped kitchen, and a service bathroom, a patio and the external area with pool and views.
Look Inside a Power Family’s Unique Tuscan Bohemian-chic Home, a reedition of the Classic Italian Style with 50’s and 60’s accents and a unique, soothing atmosphere
Included services and utilities
Continental Daily Buffet Breakfast; Daily Morning Housekeeping Service 1 person of staff for 4 hours every day from Monday to Friday; Change of pool and bathrooms towels on arrival and half-week; Change of bed linen on Saturday; Water; Electricity (Air Conditioning); Gas (Heating) and Wi-Fi consumption is included – Please note that more hours of cleaning may be needed, depending on the size and habits of group: our team will automatically increase hours and/or staff if needed, to be accounted as extra, in order to maintain the house tidy and ready for current and upcoming guests)
Mandatory extra services and taxes
The amount is linked to the number of guests (€340 per week every 11 guests) and it’s composed by (i) Travel Planning performed by a dedicated travel planner (ii) Touristic Municipal Taxes forfeited in the amount (iii) Check-in and Property Status Control (iv) Check-out and Damage Control and (v) Remote Emergency Service 24/7.
Many reasons urge people to visit this splendid part of the coast: the sea, of course, and the beauty of the location per-se, however the real attraction would be the overall atmosphere and the central location among art cities like Lucca, Pisa, Pietrasanta and Sarzana, the proximity to the Gulf of Poets with Lerici, Portovenere, Tellaro and the world famous Cinque Terre.
FOOD & WINE
Food connoisseurs will not miss Lorenzo in Forte dei Marmi and the vibrant Langosteria in Paraggi. Each restaurant in Tuscany offers a kid menu and none raises an eyebrow when toddlers make an entrance in a Michelin starred spot. We recommend to book your tent and table at Gilda’s, while for those who prefer a local-down to earth atmosphere, the enchanting Pesce Baracca and its fish street-food, packed with locals and gourmands. Enoteca Marcucci is a must-stop for wine enthusiasts, while Filippo will make international food-travellers happy. Sneak to Montecarlo for a wine tasting in Buonamico (whites and rose especially recommended) if you have a chance.
Tuscany has great energy that comes from mixing history with so many different people from all over the world. And, as well as the restaurants, shopping and nearby nature, people’s perceptions are also mesmerised of what a culturally rich region this is in terms of museums, architecture and art.
Your local concierge can help you hire tents at the nearby beach clubs and boats. Time with family is celebrated in Italy, in fact almost every activity here is kid-friendly.