A true gem from the early 19th century, built by a loving father for his daughter who wanted to live near by the sea. Throughout the centuries, the manor house has been the site of many love stories. The noble property has also captured the heart of the current owner. From ruins he has restored the villa 7 years ago – the original shape has been kept and equipped with the latest technology and thoughtful design. Tuscan elegance, comfort and harmony run through the entire villa. Fantastic outdoor areas – a heated pool with luxurious loungers, lounge, outdoor dining area – land to enjoy the Tuscan countryside. The beautiful Etruscan coast with long sandy beaches and beach clubs is 5 miles away. The wineries of the Super Tuscans, fairytale castles and a number of historic villages are within a few minutes' drive.
The property is perfect for family or corporate events. A 240 sqm garden house and a private beach section can be rented separately for events.
A total of 1100 sqm of living space with 8 sleeping suites for 16 adults and 4 children.
Technology and entertainment: Smarthouse technology, media room and home theater, music library, SONOS indoor and outdoor SOUND system, high-tech TV, SAT TV (400 channels), Wi-Fi.
Im Preis inklusive
Tägliche Reinigung/Zimmermädchen Service von Montag bis Samstag (2 Personen/4 Stunden pro Tag)
Hand-, Bade- und Pooltücher (mit Wechsel 2-mal pro Woche
Bettwäsche (mit Wechsel 1-mal pro Woche)
Nebenkosten – Poolheizung von 15. Juni bis 15. September, Strom, Klimaanlage, Wasserverbrauch
Kaution 10% des Mietpreises
Nebenkostenpauschale, Concierge Servce 680 EUR pro Buchung
Heizung €210 plus 22% MwSt. pro Tag
Poolheizung außer der Saison 570 EUR plus 22% MwSt. pro Tag
Ortstaxe laut Ortstarif
Villa Mercurio is an hour from Pisa International Airport or Grosseto Private Airport, centrally located between Florence, Rome, Siena and Porto Ercole, 30 minutes from Bolgheri, the Borgo where the world's best red wine Sassicaia is made.
The Etruscan coast, a land that is lapped by the sea for more than 90 kilometers, is basically a long, narrow stretch of coastline along Tuscany, stretching from Livorno to Piombino, a small town on a rocky promontory in front of the island of Elba, whose Name its origin has its own Etruscan civilization since the 9th century BC. Cities, hamlets and villages such as Castiglioncello, Bolgheri, the world wine mecca of Castagneto Carducci, where the Sassicaia is made, Populonia, Suvereto and Campiglia Marittima are true gems that leave the visitor breathless and always with one question in mind: why is that is not the most famous region of Tuscany? This land is the perfect mix of colors, smells of the Mediterranean and absolutely fantastic food with crystal clear waters and a serene atmosphere. Still, it is mostly visited by locals and European lovers of unspoiled Tuscany.