Mediterranean Houses in Romania. Exotic Look in Good Taste
Even if Mediterranean style is seen rather as exotic, it proved possible to integrate it in various sceneries, where it gained admirers. We’ve selected these Mediterranean houses in Romania to inspire you if you love this architecture and would like it in your own home, but are also concerned with coordinating in your neighborhood.
First we have a villa situated only 200 meters from the largest private touristic harbor in Romania, LifeHarbour Limanu.
It’s a two-story construction, with a living area of around 2,050 square feet and over 4,800 sq. ft. total area. It has generous balconies and porches of almost 1,000 sq. ft., a basement and a 2-car garage with direct access to the house.
There’s underfloor heating, both electric and wood-burning, intelligently controlled for each room. The whole installation is copper and the water is filtered and demineralised.
The courtyard is well over 10,000 sq. ft. and there’s a stone gazebo matching the architecture of the house, offering covered area of 430 sq. ft. Almost 2,700 sq. ft. of natural stone were used to decorate the house and build the paths.
This villa is on sale for 255,000 euros.
Mediterranean houses in Romania. Villa in Arad
The next Mediterranean style villa is in Arad (west) and has a living area of 2,200 sq. ft. It’s a nice-looking two-story house, with three bedrooms and a dining room for 14 people.
It comes with a garage, swimming pool and gazebo in the backyard. They all lie on an over 5,100 sq. ft. plot.
On the first floor there are 1 bedroom with dressing, a bathroom, enclosed kitchen, living and dining room and the utility room, while on the second floor there are the other two bedrooms and another bathroom.
It’s on sale for 205,000 euros.
Mediterranean houses in Romania. Tuscan villa in Timisoara
This very particular building in Timisoara (west) presents a lovely combination of natural materials (stone and wood) and a lot of color. It has brick structure, tall windows with wooden shutters and a beautiful clay shingle roof. The rounded doors and windows give this house a lot of character. The facade is decorated with natural stone from Macin (department of Tulcea, south-east).
The wooden beams and the white kitchen furniture are part of the distinct Mediterranean style of this home.
Credits: olx.ro, romanialibera.ro