Villa Morse in Porto Cervo is beautifully inserted in the frame of Cala del Faro.
The large and well-kept garden surrounding the house overlooks the homonymous ocher sand beach.
The Moorish architectural style that stands out for its uniqueness in the Costa Smeralda is fascinating.
The rooms, large and flooded with light, develop on a simple geometric plan. The residence opens onto the large hall with the central dome in crenellated white plaster, supported by wooden columns and with a glass top to let direct light enter the small exotic garden below.
Several relaxation areas on soft sofas allow you to admire the sea and gather around the large fireplace in winter. On the right wing there is access to the vast equipped kitchen, divided between a purely domestic area and a professional area.
Adjacent to the living area is the elegant dining room and a study enriched by wood paneling, a courtesy bathroom for guests.
The sleeping area is concentrated on the opposite wing; the cross vaulted corridor leads to the four bedrooms: in addition to the generous size of the master bedroom, it has two double bedrooms with single beds, another double, each with its own private bathroom. From each room you can access the outside to get directly to the pool.
The refined stuccos on the walls, the preciousness of the brocades for the curtains, the floors and ceilings in wood and marble give an elegant, sophisticated yet harmonious environment.
The outdoor spaces are accompanied by a mosaic-tiled bath and sheltered by the colonnaded gazebo, the large swimming pool, a sheltered dining area with barbecue and solarium.
With access only from outside and in a separate body, the dependance for the staff and the service area with laundry.
The property is located about 300 m from the parking area, located at the entrance of the entire residential complex. The villa is served by a shuttle service that allows easy travel for guests.
The relationship of all these elements together with the authentic beauty of the sea and the rock formations, the island of the Capuchins in the background, the unique position sloping towards the sea is certainly engaging and exclusive.