Casa Centodieci is an exquisite modern villa whose refined elegance enhances and preserves the beauty of the ancient land it is built on.
Casa Centodieci is an exclusive contemporary villa designed by a well known architect. Built entirely from local and natural materials, the property and land exist in glorious symbiosis.
Set among the olive groves only 3km from the Adriatic and close to the pretty towns and villages of the Itria Valley, the property is approached along an illuminated path of olive trees. Single storey, the villa is the apotheosis of comfortable minimalism. The rooms are light and large, sparsely decorated in natural colours but warmed by local stone and wood that reflect the land on which the house is built.
Comfortably accommodating six guests, the high-level design results in un-showy, luxury living, with an emphasis on the living for this is a house which guests are encouraged to relax into. The high-spec kitchen is sleek and contemporary, softened by the natural materials and the light that floods the space. The living room is spacious, too, while the vast corner sofa is squishy comfort personified. The bedrooms are perfect in their simplicity, enjoying en-suites with double basins and doors to private terraces.
A house for all seasons, in the warmer months the huge sliding doors in the living area can be opened up and guests can move seamlessly between the villa, the dining loggia, the outside terraces and the pool. A Mediterranean garden has been conjured out of the red soil, creating different pockets of interest.
Centodieci will have you dreaming and plotting of a move to Puglia. If you venture away from the villa you will find there is a wealth of treasures on the doorstep, from the Baroque towns of Ostuni and Lecce to stunning beaches and a coastal nature reserve.