33 km - 20 miles
123 km - 76 miles
109 km - 67 miles
77 km - 47 miles
*Please note distances are straight line measurements and are approximate
A 450-year-old home in Bosa, which is named one of the most beautiful towns in Italy (Sardinia).
It is a traditional house, 2 m wide at its narrowest + 12 m tall in total (over 4 levels). It was built into the mountain, with a small roof terrace with views of the sea and hills, over our colourful village.
Re-designed & restored to utilise the space of its narrow design. It is light-filled throughout the year, in a friendly sea & river-side traditional village.
- 1-bathroom (large walk-in shower)
- loft (great for sleeping, watching the stars/napping to look at the sky).
- Lounge room
- Laundry / repostiglio
**Note the second bedroom can be used as a separate space, as it has its sink, couch, fridge, and gas stove/second kitchen.
It's a homely space, to retreat, relax and create.
KEY THINGS TO NOTE
- Small terrace with seating with sea views - about 5m2
- Heating throughout the house
- Reverse cycle airconditioning on top-level
- House fully restored and signed off with Certificato di Agibilita
- All new heating and electric lines were restored throughout the house, including the heat pump
Our house is located in the traditional old-town area of Bosa known as Sa Costa. It has been restored with local wood harvested up the River Temo (Bosa river). It is powered with sustainable energy.
You can walk easily into the central part of the village in just a few minutes, yet our street is still quiet in peak summer. 30-minute walk to the beach, 10-minute bike ride. Beautiful beaches, walks, Agritourismi, wineries and traditional villages are all within driving distance.
CAN BE INCLUDED:
Furniture/appliances - to be discussed.
THE STORY OF THE HOUSE
It is a 450-year-old house that we have restored lovingly and patiently. The house is full of things from our travels here, gifts from neighbours, wood harvested from a property down the river, and memories of new friends and travellers.
The top-level was traditionally used for smoking cheese and meats. The house had an entranceway/underground pathways to other houses in its cellar. Several families once shared this house.
Many of our neighbours have lived here all of their lives.
They are genuinely kind people who live in a deep sense of togetherness here.
Bosa is a place to walk; you discover things when you least expect them. It's like lots of tiny surprises. Explore with an open mind.
In Summer, you will hear children roaming and people talking on the streets; it's a very casual, down-to-earth, and friendly vibe.
Great - restored!
Bosa, Sardinia, Italy