Villa Bosa has private gates opening onto a parking area and the grounds. The property has spacious covered verandas creating outdoor living spaces. The entrance hall leads to the sitting room with picture windows framing far-reaching views across the land and sea. There is a large feature fireplace next to the dining area, with stone walls complementing polished wooden floors.
The kitchen has a traditional cane ceiling, and windows overlooking the river valley and fields. On the main floor, Villa Bosa has three bedrooms, one with a mezzanine floor and studio and two bathrooms. The lower floor has two rooms that can be completed and made into mini apartments, or integrated as extra living space, a double garage and large storage area. A large panoramic covered terrace creates a living and dining area that can be enjoyed most of the year round. A small, fully-contained apartment with separate entrance adjoins the outdoor living area, and a characteristic stone lodge and congenial meeting place built in 1800s adds charm to the property. An area of the garden has been designed for a swimming pool. Below the villa are stables and a hay barn. A 200 sqm, high-ceilinged building, it can be kept as stables or converted into further living space. The olive grove has 80 trees and produces over 300 litres of oil per year.