The most beautiful of the beautiful. The Sardinian people call pomegranates “arenada”, the laughing fruit. It has been the symbol of happiness for centuries, embroidered on table cloths and painted on ancient pottery. A miniature world to hold within your hands.
Villa Arenada has a main central body with smaller bodies linked to it radially, creating a pleasant series of rooms which are revealed gradually as you walk around the house. On the ground floor of the main structure is a large living area; the rooms around it are the kitchen and the dining room with its folding glass walls, the master bedroom with its bathroom, and a second bathroom for the living area. The villa has large windows throughout which can be opened in the summer for seam-less indoor/outdoor living. Upstairs is the second bedroom with its own bathroom and a large terrace with a wellness area and ornamental pool. The terrace is extended by a wooden roof structure with a reed canopy, designed to protect guests from the sun and rain so they can enjoy the patio below. The design of the property is enhanced by a pool which wraps round the villa.