A modern architectural retreat designed to enjoy the best in his natural scenery. This estate will spontaneously cut off from the chaos of the world and let his guests enjoy a communal peace between modernity and nature.
Located near the charming town of Bagheria half an hour away from Palermo, in Sicily, the house comes with its garden made up of olive trees, palms and agaves and with private access to the sea. Set on the highest point of his hills, the three-level house affords views of the scenic landscape from almost every angle. On the grounds, there’s a sea-view terrace, a solarium and a secondary terrace with access to the kitchen suitable for dining. Hidden away, yet very close to the town centre, this estate offers five bedrooms decorated in elegant style with relaxing white walls, contemporary fabrics and several bespoke furnishing by local Italian artisans. The estate includes 3000 square meters of private grounds, gardens and private property.
The home design, approached with research in the historical context, results in a modern style. The strong composition and architectural concept resemble classic modernism, with a nautical design that suggests a ship at sea. From the smallest constructive detail up to the proportional rhythms of the modular units, this villa recalls the love for Euclidian geometry.
1 Main living room
1 Seaview dining outside terrace
1 Private dining area
1 Double room with ensuite bathroom
1 Single room with no bathroom
1 Double room with bathroom next room
1 Twin room with private entrance with bathroom next room
1 Solarium terrace with sunbeds
1 Double bed and bathroom ensuite with private entrance
8 guests in 5 bedrooms
Private entrance to seawater with a platform for sunbathing
Two terraces with sea view
Positioned on the front of the sea, the natural ventilation of the property permits a pleasant stay without air conditioning
Near the charming town of Bagheria
1 35’ TV Screen
Dining table and chairs for all guests
Kitchen well equipped
Nestled on a 3000 square metres parcel overlooking the seawater coastline, this villa features a private entrance to the sea, platform for sunbathing and landscaped terraces. Set amid a lush olive grove, palm and agaves, it also comes with parking space for three cars. Built in the 1980s as a family holiday home, the house is now in the capable hands of the second generation. A small collection of rare modernist pieces including Panton, Breuer, Sapper, a divider by Franco Albini, chairs by Werner Panton and Marcel Breuer, a marble table by Dino Gavina, and lounge chairs belonging to the family since the 1920s are in the villa.
3000 m2 of private land
Private entrance to the sea
Sicily, with its mesmerizing diversity of landscapes and cultural spots, 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 mesmerized of what a culturally rich area this is in terms of museums, architecture, and art.