Sicilian Skies, Syracuse, Italy
Located in a secluded and historic neighborhood by the sea, this villa has undergone a significant restoration by the architect and designer and retains it’s old world charm with new world luxuries.
Set over two levels that allow for great flow and use of the vertical layout, the home is spacious and includes an outdoor terrace with a rooftop panoramas of historical sites and the sea in the distance.
With high ceilings made of dark timber and floors of particularly designed ceramic tiles, the home benefits from these earthy elements and is furnished with hand selected antiques and authentic 1960′s and 70′s pieces from Sicily, Northern Europe as well as from local flea markets and artists. With bold and unusual color combinations and materials, the effect is a romantic and modern residence.
There is one full sized master bedroom as well as a small guest bedroom and a luxurious full bath. The bright and cheerful fully equipped breakfast kitchen features seating for up to eight and completes this floor.
The upper floor houses the full sized suite and roof garden and was designed as an additional completely self contained and private living space. With a large romantic bedroom furnished with a four-poster colonial style bed, it also features an open plan remodeled luxury bath with a deep soaking tub.
The heart of of the home is the lovely rooftop terrace with palm trees and gardens. It’s the ideal spot to dine, lounge and enjoy panoramic views, steeped in atmospheric history and culture.
Wifi, TV, linens and laundry facilities.
Located in the historical center of Syracuse, it is just two minutes walk through the picturesque town to the Piazza Duomo, as well as the the beach. Just about everything you’ll want to see and experience is within walking distance in Syracuse.
From the vibrant markets in Piazza St. Lucia where you’ll find the catch of the day, great local foods and produce as well as antiques, to the Lungomare promenade and the local shops and trattorias, this is a town best enjoyed on foot. However, the greater Sicilian island holds many natural and cultural charms, from nearby Noto to Catania, Palermo and beyond, Sicily is meant to be explored and savored.
Syracuse, Sicily, Italy