Villa Antonio is a spacious
5 bedroom property
, c. 300 sq. mts. over three levels in stone and rendered brick.

Renovation internally and externally is not yet complete on this property but it is intended to provide 5 double bedrooms and 5 bathroom/shower rooms. Renovation to date includes a new, fully insulated roof retaining all the original Italian clay roof tiles, complete re-render of all walls with the exception of the stone skirt and new windows (all with inbuilt mosquito nets) and shutters throughout. All windows and doors at 1st and top floor level have travertine stone enrichments. Two small balconies have been added at 1st floor level and a loggia, full width of the house at the rear. The upper floor providing 2 bedrooms and bathrooms is fully completed as is the ground floor with kitchen, living/dining room, bedroom and shower room, leaving only the middle floor to renovate.

New, fully insulated roof re-using all original Italian clay tiles

Travertine Stone Enrichments to Doors and windows

Front door and balcony detail

Villa Antonio, the large house still under development and Hunter's Lodge, the single storey, newly built house.  The Pool House can be seen in the background.

Plan of proposed external layout.

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 The Undergound Garage.

The garage / workshop is approx. 11m x 5.5m and serves two purposes ~ as a garage / workshop and an enormous sun terrace as the roof level is also ground level to the garden.  Railings with lighting will be fitted to three sides to secure the terrace. 

The pool house was rebuilt using the original stone and Italian clay roof tiles.  It incorporates a wetroom (shower, toilet and hand basin) and there is a store room for sunbeds, outdoor furniture etc.  The 'open' side facing the swimming pool includes low level seating all round and wall lights.  A chimney has been installed to accommodate an open fire or stove.

Pool House with Hunter's Lodge background

Hunter's Lodge is a single storey, 1 bedroom new build property, fully completed internally and furnished.

An old block and concrete garage was razed to the ground to build this beautiful, unique property.  It has an 'old chapel' quality about it because of the exceptional height of the open roof internally with exposed 'A' frames and beams.  The additional height of the walls has allowed us to install a second row of higher windows the length of the building with an oval window at both ends built into the apex.  With a further 2 large arched windows serving the bedroom, the house is flooded with light, an unusual characteristic of Italian properties.

Hunter's Lodge - summer

Brick Pier detail ~ Loggia, Hunter's Lodge

Garden Shed

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