|Price: ||€690,000 |
|Size: ||250 m2 |
|Type: ||Single Family |
|Rooms: ||5 rooms |
|Bathrooms: ||5.0 bath. |
|Garage/park.: || - |
Sea view Villa Raphael along Quartu S. Elena Coast, Sardinia
Along the coastline of Quartu S. Elena in Sardinia, in via Fra Ponti, in Niu Crobu district, Villa Raphael is a luxury semi-detached villa with views of the sea, immersed in the greenery of the 11,000 sqm well-kept garden which is further enlargeable with two additional adjacent hectares, with a free loan agreement.
The villa has 250 sqm, in addition to the 30 sqm cellar, and a 80 sqm covered area facing the pool.
The arrangement of the interiors exquisitely enhances the spaces.
The large living room has a panoramic glass window overlooking the sea and an indoor swimming pool with hydromassage.
The sleeping area includes four bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom and independent access also from the outside, and the fifth bathroom in the guest area.
The kitchen area with storeroom, finally, has direct access from the large external loggia.
An approved planning permission already exists for enlarging the habitable space with two more rooms for 25 sqm and a 55 sqm separate building.
The large swimming pool with hydromassage completes the property: 25x9 m - with depths from 1.5 to 2.1 m - renewed in 2013.
The 11000 sqm garden features stone paved inner walkways and outdoor led lighting and water plugs everywhere. In the garden there are 600 roses, junipers, olive trees, myrtle, arbutus, palm trees and so on.
The villa features all the comforts and systems of the latest generation: artesian well with possible connection to mains water, drinking water with water softener, water of the reclamation consortium for irrigation of the garden, sewage discharge purifier for 12 people with regular Provincial authorization, solar panels, air/water conditioning with low fan coil. Systems are compliant with legal standards.
Villa Raphael is ideal for wedding rentals or other events, and BnB. Energy class G. IPE> 175 Kwh / mq annually - data waiting for certification.
Price: euro 690,000.
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info Quartu Sant'Elena
With some 70000 inhabitants, Quartu Sant'Elena is the third largest city in Sardinia after Cagliari and Sassari. Until the '60s its economic life was mainly based on agriculture, handicrafts and salt extraction. The proximity to Cagliari favored a rapid urban and demographic expansion that in a few decades changed a quiet rural village into a real town, involving also its shoreline.
The nature parks
Being in the centre of an integrated system of nature parks, Quartu territory is rich natural and environmental attractions.
On the banks of the homonymous pond the park Molentargius is together with the Beach Poetto and the abandoned salt-pans a protected wetland, where rare species of birds and a colony of pink flamingos live and nest, a real paradise for birdwatchers who dare to venture into the reeds of the surrounding marsh. The hinterland east of the city is part of the Park Sette Fratelli, a mountain area covered with forests dotted with springs, waterfalls, cliffs, natural sculptures in granite, and Mediterranean. It is the ideal place for walking, hiking, trekking and exciting adventures in search of the rare deer, or of the many wild boars.
The coast and the beaches
26 kilometers of coastline are part of the territory of Quartu S. Elena. From the environmental point of view, the Quartu coast is very impressive, with high cliffs onto the sea which alternate with beaches of fine sand.
The main beach is certainly Poetto, the largest and most popular town beach, since it is very well served by public transport. The part of the beach of Quartu extends up to the beach Margine Rosso. Going on north we find the beaches of Cala Regina, Is Mortorius, of Kal'e Moru, of Capitana, of Terra Mala, and of Murtaucci. The beaches of Poetto and of Murtaucci have been awarded the European Blue Flag. Almost all the beaches are equipped with all services and all are accessible by public urban transport, up to Terra Mala.
The hinterland of the Coast
Finally, we find the several nice residential areas that are uphill the coast. Developed in more or less recent times, following the expansion of the town, they are groups of houses between the sea, never too far away, and the hilly Mediterranean countryside, at the foot of the protected area of the Park of Sette Fratelli. Here is an oasis of silence, quiet, fragrances, and, often, breathtaking views over the whole coast.