When people dream longingly at their desks of a romantic stone built Tuscan villa, tucked away amongst rolling hills and overlooking luscious fields with the mediterranean sea shimmering in the distance, we are pretty sure that Villa Pereta is The exact villa that fills those dreams, with its beautiful 40 sqm infinity pool adding to the perfection.
Straight out of a glossy exclusive travel magazine, this beautiful villa dripping with Italian passion was originally built over 200 years ago and lovingly renovated by its current Italian owner in 2015. Made up of one main house, adorned with eye-catching red shutters, and a second smaller casita, the land folds out gently over 25000 sqm and is surrounded by over 300 olive trees.
The 200 year old East facing stone structured building is around 180 sqm over 2 floors with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, working wood burners in both the main bedroom and the spacious lounge, and an ultra modern open plan kitchen.
There is a further little cute casita adjacent to the main house of around 35 sqm housing a studio loft, kitchen and mezzanine with two more bedrooms, and outside a charming covered terrace/dining area for relaxing under the stars.
The villa is fully connected to all water and electricity utilities, and gas central heating is installed throughout.
Although Villa Pereta does have some distant neighbours dotted around the hills, it enjoys total privacy, as well as incredible views of the Tuscan countryside and Mediterranean sea in the distance.
The 40 sqm infinity pool, is set perfectly on the edge of a gently sloping field giving the impression that you are looking out from the edge of the world, whilst all around, you are surrounded by landscaped gardens, and your own orchards of olive trees.
Relax in the pool, or in any cute corner of the gardens, and have breakfast, lunch or dinner on the stone terraced dining area.
Pereta is the closest town, and the location is 30 minutes to the stunning beach towns Porto Ercole and Porto Santo, and 35 minutes to the Isle of Giglio, which needs to be seen to be believed. Take a trip to gorgeous Santo Stefan, or wander around the quaint villages throughout Maremma, this region really is what Tuscan dreams are made of.