«We have seen significant interest from American and Canadian buyers in recent years,» said recently Julia Bracco, Head Sales Manager in Porto Cervo, to the New York Times “Real Estate” column, pointing to consumers’ interest in a slower European lifestyle and the island’s location in the heart of the Mediterranean, with easy access by plane to the main European capitals. «The most appealing areas are the ones that offer exclusivity, high-level services and uniqueness in terms of scarce availability,» Ms Bracco said. «Sardinia, with its strict environmental laws, has shown great strength, as no new buildings are allowed on the coast since 1975.»
During this interview, Julia Bracco has had the chance to present Charming House in Pantogia, a prestigious villa that stands in the charming hills of Costa Smeralda. «The chimney, that’s a signature of Couëlle,» Ms Bracco said of the home’s peaked structure. «There are three or four main architects here on Sardinia, and you can recognize the architects by the chimney.» This is a vast property that boasts refined details, like stone pathways, barrel-vaulted ceilings with juniper beams, marble floors and granite sink and counters, and generous outdoors, that are a mix of panoramic terraces, covered patios and the garden enhanced by the scented bougainvillaea and the swimming pool. If you wish to discover more details about this magnificent architectural villa, visit our website.