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This lovely villa sits just above the sea on the promontory of Ansedonia, overlooking the peninsula of the Argentario and the island of Giannutri.
On the entrance side of the estate there are green gardens, a swimming pool and the villa itself gives on to a terrace with stairs leading down to the sea and a spectacular view of the water, boats and islands.
The estate is completely private with direct access to the sea.
Tennis courts are nearby and one can rent boats easily from nearby Cala Galera.
There are several interesting archeological sites of Roman and Etruscan towns in the area.
Lovely islands are a short boat ride away.
ROOMS AND ACCOMODATIONS: Entrance hall. Two living rooms giving onto terraces. Dining area. Guest bathroom. Kitchen and pantry.
Master bedroom with overlooking the sea. One bedroom with double bed and bathroom (shower and bathtub). One bedroom with two single beds and bathroom. One bedroom with twin beds and bathroom.
Terraces for dining outdoors and relaxing.
Descend to the sea by a short flight of stairs
The furnishings are a mixture of collected pieces from Bali, Polynesia, Morocco and other exotic locations and are very comfortable.
The upholstery has just been renovated and there are very good bathrooms, kitchen, and an electric gateway.
There is a sandy beach nearby for children (a five minute drive from the villa) and tennis courts nearby. Boats can be rented and riding stables can be found.
STAFF: The housekeeper would be included for the mornings while the cook and additional housekeeper hours are by separate payment.
EXCLUSIONS: Food, beverages, telephone, electricity, gas, wages for extra maid and laundress, boat rentals.
DISTANCES: Rome: One and a half hours. Florence: 2 hours. Siena: One hour and fifteen minutes. Port' Ercole: 20 minutes. Porto Santo Stefano: 20 minutes.
There are several archeological sites nearby of Roman and Etruscan civilization. Boats can be rented to visit the beauitful islands of Giannutri, Giglio and the Monte Argentario
The towns of Port' Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano are lovely seaside villages with a ferry running to Giglio from Porto Santo Stefano.