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10 idee per un San Valentino all'italiana

Do you find often yourself imagining the villa of your dreams? We selected the best 10 most amazing villas of Italy, which satisfy all tastes: from ancient to modern, just built or restored ones, small but with amazing hide treasures inside or large enough to lose yourself inside.

Dreaming of...Italian Villas

Villa Fontana, Bardolino
Located on Garda Lake, among vineyards next to the Bardolino Town, an ancient restructured villa is the perfect home for people who like to be fascinated by History. All rooms keep the masonries made with the original stones and from the windows you are able to see glimpses of the lake.

Masion De La Lumiere, Bologna
An example of modern architecture which links commodity, elegance and gloss of spaces. The roof hosts an amazing hanging garden, inside and outside pools to enjoy extraordinary relax both in winter and summer. The location is characterized by wool, stones and board windows.

Dreaming of...Italian Villas
Dreaming of...Italian Villas

Villa Mariarte, Porto Cervo
A luxury home which links the shape of ancient farmhouses where Sardinian shepherds used to live to most modern design. Board and lightly spaces, a pool with an irregular shape and a location over the hills among granite rocks which dominates the white sand of Pitrizza.

Montalbano House, Alcamo
A villa over 4 floors, of which one located underground, located next to Monte Bonifato, Alcamo. The interiors present huge spaces decorated with design choices following a modern and spicy taste. At the outside the pool, which is illuminated in the evening, gives an enchanting foreshortening.

Dreaming of...Italian Villas
Dreaming of...Italian Villas

Masseria Gelso Bianco, Taranto
If you want to live in a trullo made with a design which links tradition and contemporaneity, the solution is Masseria Gelso Bianco in Taranto. An agri-tourism which put at disposal of the clients 11 trulli totally restructured keeping the rustic style of the past but with high levels decorations. A curiosity: the bedrooms are called as the typical vegetation of the landscape.

Domus Civita, Bagnoregio
A house with a pool dug in the tufo caves in Viterbo. Over two thousands years of history transformed in a fabulous atmosphere thanks to an amazing design job which inserts contemporaneous elements in the evocative atmosphere made of stones.

Dreaming of...Italian Villas
Dreaming of...Italian Villas

Chalet, Como Lake
If at first sight this chalet could appear to be the classical mountain house, it is sufficient to look at the interiors to understand that we are in front of an exclusive villa. Exposed local stone, wool and a Jacuzzi for the winter season. All located over the mountains surrounded Como Lake.

Castello di Scerpena, Grossetto
A Manor dated 1200 which is immersed in the green of the Tuscan Maremma. A garden, a park, an area with over 7000 olive trees, a pool and a SPA belong to the property. The castle, today, is a luxury home, which has been restored keeping the overall charm of the past.

Dreaming of...Italian Villas
Dreaming of...Italian Villas

Casa Fraciscio, Sondrio
The interiors are the precious aspect of this Sondrio house. The dominant parts are the walls and the design made with waxed larch which alternate themselves with stone panels and encaustic grouts. The perfect spot for people looking for style and commodity.

Villa del Benessere, Fortunago
7 bedrooms, 6 baths, a living room with a fireplace, a kitchen, a cinema. And, overall, an amazing private health center featuring a pool, a Turkish bath, a massages center and a fitness area. This villa is surrounded by an enormous wood where it is possible to walk.

Dreaming of...Italian Villas
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