A quiet provincial town 35km northwest of Rome, Cerveteri is home to one of Italy's great Etruscan treasures - the Necropoli di Banditaccia. This ancient burial complex, now a Unesco World Heritage Site, is all that remains of the formidable Etruscan city that once stood here.
The detached villa on three floors features modern, dynamic lines and a magnificent and imposing pitched roof. The living spaces offer a stylish and functional layout, with windows and glass walls framing stunning natural landscapes.
The ground floor is divided into the reception area, which includes a large living room with a view, a study and a spacious kitchen-diner, and the sleeping area, which features three bedrooms (one with ensuite bathroom), a hallway, an entranceway and a guest bathroom. On the same level, there are four large porticoes that take in vast swathes of the wonderful countryside, offering a 360 degree view of the surrounding hills and the sea.
A stone staircase leads to the mansard level, which is divided into three very large bedrooms, a hallway and a luxurious bathroom with a marble-lined tub.
From the ground floor, a staircase with clean lines leads to the basement level, home to a spacious kitchen, a games room with a fireplace and distinctive arches made from tuff bricks, several storage rooms and service rooms, and a large covered garage.
The estate also has extensive outdoor space, with several hectares of land featuring lush vegetation and green expanses, three hectares of arable land, and six hectares currently used as a vineyard (Cabernet variety), giving the whole residence a sense of character and elegance and further enhancing its considerable potential.