- For Sale / For Rent: for Sale
- Province / City / Zone: Pantelleria (Sicily)
- Tipologia: Seaside Homes
- Superficie commerciale: 300 mq
- Terrazza: 400 mq
- Garden SQM: 9000 mq
- Arredato: Partially furnished
- Camere totali: 7
- Camere da letto: 5
- Bagni: 4
- Livelli: 2
- Ipe: >175 Kwh/M2/Anno
- Energetic Class: G
- Caratteristiche: Dependance , Fireplace , Garden , Historical building , Panoramic , Parking space , Refurbished , Swimming Pool , Terrace
- Anno di costruzione: 1600
Exclusive 300 m2 gated property in the Pantelleria Arabian style, with two swimming pools overlooking the sea.
Pantelleria Villa for Sale, surrounded by fairytale gardens, consisting of a luxurious complex of “Damnusi” entirely made of volcanic stone. The property is spread over an area of almost one hectare, protected by high stone walls that hide botanical gardens, swimming pools and terraces with breathtaking views.
Pantelleria Villa: an oasis of luxury and wellness
Located in the historic district of Khaddiuggia, next to the Pantelleria National Park, where the toponyms have deep Moorish roots. The property is developed on the high ground just a few minutes from the most beautiful coves of the north-eastern coast, with the beaches of Karuscia, Khattibuale and Campobello, but also from the island’s airport with direct connections to Trapani and Palermo.
But it is within the walls of this oasis that the character of the island is concentrated in its purest form, thanks to the 400 square meters of Sicilian terracotta terraces, distributed along a fantastic open sea front about 600 meters long, from where it seems to be on the deck of a ship sailing in the Mediterranean sea. They frame the first 80 sqm infinity pool where to host fortunate guests in the outdoor living room and kitchen with 80 sqm outdoor dining area with wood-burning oven and bbq.
Furthermore, the luxuriant nature of the native essences with the olive grove, the cacti and succulent plants, the 150 palms, the vegetable garden and the various fruit trees, with figs, citrus fruits, zibibbo grapes, mulberry and carob.
Pantelleria Villa: the master villa with swimming pool
The very ancient manor Dammuso with seventeenth-century origins has undergone a meticulous renovation aimed at preserving and emphasizing all the characteristics of Arab architecture. In the large living room, for example, there is a magnificent fireplace decorated with a refined original Moorish Zellij mosaic. Afterwards, the dining room with a large open kitchen has a panoramic window from which to admire the sea.
In the sleeping area there is the large master suite with en-suite and walk-in closet, as well as two double bedrooms that share the second bathroom.
Outside, a succession of arcades and pergolas form the right background to the magnificent swimming pool, the fulcrum of all the activities of the villa.
Pantelleria Villa: the guesthouse surrounded by nature
Another villa develops beyond the swimming pool, a guesthouse with two double bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen, surrounded by a protected garden. The extraordinary two-tone cobbled courtyard allows access to the Hammam with relaxation area.
Pantelleria Villa: the secret garden with the second swimming pool
The desire to arouse emotion is evident in discovering the secret garden that houses the garden suite. An exotic circular stone structure, with the sky as cieling, of 60 square meters, paved with a mosaic of Rhodes pebbles. There is also a private bathroom complete with rain shower and terrace.
But also the incredible original Khaima nomad tent to which the second pool is dedicated, for an exclusive glamping experience in the property.
Pantelleria Villa: a dream island
Suspended between Africa and Europe, Pantelleria is the largest between all the Sicilian islands. Black pearl of the Mediterranean is an island of volcanic origin and owes its unique natural characteristics to its incredible geological history. A rocky terrain with unmistakable nuances, covered by a wild and fragrant nature, overlooking the sea.
Inhabited for more than five thousand years, it has always been coveted by all civilizations for its strategic position. The Arab domination is the one that has influenced the island the most, starting with the typical buildings, the Dammusi, the first examples of bioclimatic architecture, able to guarantee well-being and sociality to the inhabitants of the island. Epi/G