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In the southeastern heel of Italy, nestled between the Ionian and Adriatic seas, lies Trullo Cisternino in the Itria Valley of Apulia.
The villa is set in 2.5 acres of rolling olive groves and faces west down a valley to where the sun sets spectacularly each evening. It has been renovated to the highest specification by an Austrian and Milanese architect team and British interior designer/owner. The interior has been designed to offer guests unparalleled luxury blending modern minimalist glamour with the traditional features of the original trullo and lamia: gleaming stainless steel kitchen appliances set in rough natural stone; smooth polished concrete bathrooms in cool neutral tones with fluffy white towels and evocative lighting; bedrooms in warm Moorish colors combining beautifully in these gloriously cool spaces, all of which have large comfortable beds, crisp white linen and touches of luxury at every turn. Detail and imagination are apparent throughout this property which offers a luxury experience in one of the most sought-after corners of Italy.
The owners have very cleverly introduced North African influences to the interior and exterior: the oasis-inspired 12 meters x 6 meters private chemical free swimming pool; the desert palms and cycads dotted around the pool and kilims nonchalantly placed underfoot in the outside sitting area. All this is just a foretaste of the effortless chic that characterizes this outstanding villa.
Apulia enjoys the climate of the Southern Mediterranean but its privileged geographical position between two coastlines ensures that summer temperatures remain comfortable.
The region's varied landscapes of striking natural beauty, its magnificent coastlines boasting sandy beaches to match any in the Mediterranean and wild rocky headlands have forged its reputation as an unbeatable all-year-round destination for visitors in search of sun, culture, cuisine and lazy living.
Apulia, however, sets itself apart from other better-known parts of Italy in many ways, not least of which is the region's very own trullo. Trulli are cone-shaped dwellings built since the 18th century with immensely thick walls offering protection against the summer sun and whose unique architectural design has been used to stunning effect in the conversion of these ancient dwellings into villas which have become very popular as holiday homes.
BEDROOMS AND BATHROOMS:
Bedroom One: A spacious double bedroom with traditional barrel-vaulted ceiling, fitted cupboards, dressing table and two sets of French doors leading to the outside seating and pool area.
Bedroom Two: A spacious double bedroom with traditional barrel-vaulted ceiling, fitted cupboards, dressing table and one set of French doors leading outside to the garden.
Bedroom Three: A charming twin or double bedroom with coned ceiling and an archway separating the sleeping and dressing areas; dressing area has a traditional fireplace and fitted cupboards. Bedroom windows are all fitted with window screens.
Bathroom One: Adjacent to Bedrooms One and Two is a large bathroom combining contemporary fixtures and natural finishes; includes double basins, toilette, bidet and large walk-in shower; polished cement bath offers views over garden through large, low window.
Bathroom Two: Situated across a short passage from Bedroom Three this bathroom includes a single basin, toilette, and exceptionally spacious polished cement shower with bathtub.
This room boasts an original Apulian fireplace, conical ceiling, traditional niches and large built-in polished cement sofa that can be converted into a single bed. It is connected to both the kitchen and the hallway by original stone archways and is equipped with flat screen television, DVD player and a music system compatible with MP3 players for guests to enjoy their own music.
HALLWAY AND STUDY:
Spacious with a traditional conical ceiling, this room has been designed to offer optional workspace with a desk.
This is a large light room with a barrel-vaulted ceiling and French doors on two sides leading to the garden and terrace. It is equipped with a 5-ringed gas hob on a central island unit, stainless steel electric oven and separate microwave, both integrated into the original stone wall, a large retro fridge/freezer, integrated washing machine and dishwasher and high-quality cooking utensils. The kitchen is furnished with a large polished concrete kitchen table and benches.
A large shaded patio overlooks the pool and the view beyond with deep, built-in cement seating, plump pillows and cool kilim carpets. Nearby is an oasis-inspired 12m x 6m private chemical free swimming pool with a nearby outdoor shower; the desert palms and cycads dotted around the pool and kilims nonchalantly placed underfoot in the outside sitting area. Adjacently situated is the outdoor dining room and kitchen, equipped with an original stone table, outside sink, preparation bench and built-in barbecue.
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