Perched on the island of Stromboli, where the majestic volcano offers breathtaking views, the property follows the coastline like a wave.
The villa is perfectly positioned to catch the sunrise, with the “intense pink light of dawn flooding into the horizon and the house's façade every morning,” according to the real estate agent’s report.
Measuring over 500 square metres, which includes 235 square metres of interiors, the home boasts several outdoor spaces for relaxing and enjoying the enchanting views.
And if you’re in the mood to invite a few friends over for the weekend, the villa offers seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, all decorated in the unique style of the fashion-forward couple.
The villa is one of only a few estates that has direct access to the sea, and can be “conveniently reached via helicopter” thanks to the heliport located a few minutes from the property.
Rest assured you’ll feel a million miles from anywhere, thanks to the wild and typically Mediterranean nature of the island which features an abundance of palms, olive trees and fragrant citruses.
The island is sparsely populated and the villa is surrounded by low houses and the streets are free from artificial lights.
Price is on application, but similar villas on the island are on sale for around 1.2m Euro (1.9m AUD).
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