The stone house
Romazzino, Arzachena, Olbia
Costa Smeralda owes its name to the variations in the color of the sea that creeps between the rocks from the Gulf of Arzachena and that of Cugnana, on the north-eastern coast of Sardinia.
The Stone House has the typical local style and has been included among the twenty most exclusive villas of the Costa Smeralda. The structure is made of bare field stone, granite pillars, dry stone walls and juniper and chestnut architraves. The interiors, with their imperfect shapes, are finished with waxed plasters that have the neutral colors of the earth.
The rooms follow the natural course of the land and overlook the pool and the gulf below.
The conservative restoration, faithful to the architectural project of Gerard Bethoux, was done using techniques of local artisan tradition. The hallmark of this house is to offer a refined yet informal beauty.