Ville Parco del Pevero - Porto Cervo
Eclecticism is the word that maybe best defines these important houses, personally rendered by architect Jean Claude Lesuisse, which are nestled between the rocks and the essences of meandering gardens in one of the most fascinating locations of Costa Smeralda.
The Place - a charming and appealing natural frame
The Parco Privato del Pevero protects and frames the villas that merge into Juniper trees and Lentisk and Rosemary shrubs. The villas lie on the gentle hills of Pantogia, one of the most renowned places of Costa Smeralda, and overlook the broad scenery that stretches from Pevero Bay to Li Nibani islands.
The Parco Privato del Pevero is an oasis of peace only 2 kilometres away from the Piccolo and Grande Pevero beaches and few minutes from the Piazzetta of Porto Cervo and the main services, the Marina, the Yachting Club and the famous Pevero Golf Club.
The project - a dream to experience nature
The new villas of Parco del Pevero, some of which are newly constructed, whereas other are under construction, camouflage themselves and almost blend with nature and the typical endemic vegetation due to the materly play of ground drops, gardens with Mediterranean scrub and local materials used.
All of the perspective plays undermine the traditional mental symmetries: the villas become sculpture houses with niches, turrets, suspended ceilings, stairs-paths, swimming pools and small lakes.
The special position of each villa donates unique views and exclusive sceneries on the Pevero Bay. The roomy verandahs, balconies and full-relief arches accommodate comfortable relaxation areas: the private gardens, 1000 to 2000 square metre wide, host unique pools whose profiles are enriched by granite rocks, stone walkways and sunbathing areas.
Original blends of materials for an impressive and top-quality architectural event
The finishes highlight the very elegant and exclusive character of these villas. Plasters in natural hues, finely worked wrought iron ornaments, fixtures and frames from handcrafted meranti mahogany wood and artistic glass inlays: but also ancient pan tiles, Ardesia stone, handcrafted terracotta-tiled floors and roof- gardens.
Precious details enhance the exclusive flavour of these villas: hand-moulded interiors, changing modules and mosaics, artistic light points from coloured Murano glass and wrought iron. And yet, a blend of indoor and outdoor spaces, where sheltered balconies covered with brick roof and pergolas from chestnut rows and latticework break inside-out boundaries.
Intentionally made different from one another, these homes boast:
• 2 / 3 / 4 double bedrooms with related ensuite facilities,
• spacious living and dining area
• guest toilet
• laundry, store-room and cellar
• own parking spaces
• large indoor and outdoor verandahs, patios and balconies
• the adopted technology provides centralized alarm systems,
• a central heating, air-conditioning and the provision of gym-relaxation areas.
Jean Claude Lesuisse, an architect of international fame, expressed its distinctive style in Costa Smeralda. The designer of the most beautiful houses and a man with great ability to synthesize art and tradition through a personal and unique interpretation of material, spaces, gardens and verandahs, has succeeded in combining the different rooms of the house, the gardens and the verandahs by creating a continuum between internal and external spaces.
1300 mq giardino
Energy Class G
Sea & Beach
Privacy & Relax
Boats & Yachting
Art and Culture
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