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Arriving at the main entrance across an attractive courtyard, you enter the Tobacco Tower through a pair of french windows intoย a tall spacious living room full of light with two three seater sofas and two comfortable armchairs.

An antique cherry wood refectory table, acting as a desk, stands behind one sofa with a Renaissance armchair and lamp. Sitting here at a laptop, one looks up to the Juliet balcony on the first floor and the minstrels gallery which leads you out through more French windows, over a little bridge and along through olives and vines to a resplendent pool with six pool loungers. Grapes hang above as you lie sunbathing, coaxing a feeling of noble living in ancient Rome.

The living room has an HD television for watching DVDs on or for watchingย films from a computer.There is also a selection of DVDs, games and books.

The floor is soft under foot with wax treated hand made terracotta tiles through out the villa. On the balcony area there is an Italian small hand made sofa and three rattan armchairs, plus two coffee tables.

The door from the minstrels gallery leads out to the private swimming pool. Two fold up beds are stored at one end, under striped ticking overs. A large worked metal contemporary chandelier hangs from the high ceiling of the room. The original open sided cottos that filter light through, high up in the room, are an attractive feature of this desirable and diverse living space.

  • Comfortable seating
  • Hand made cotto flooring
  • VCR & DVD player
  • Selection of DVDs
  • Wood-burning stove