The villa is located in an elegant residential area surrounded by a prestigious natural complex with marvelous panoramic views of the Gulf of Poets in Lerici.
The completely independent villa is composed of two distinct autonomous units.
This apartment with private access, is located on the mezzanine floor and is approximately 110 square meters with a large garden of 1.500 square meters which enjoys panoramic views of the Gulf. The garden is embellished with palm trees, olive trees and other Mediterranean plants and there’s a beautiful swimming pool with a view of the sea. The exteriors are characterized by two covered verandas and a patio, one of which has direct access to the living room.
The interior entrance leads to a living room and kitchen. There is a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and two other bedrooms with an additional bathroom. The bedrooms have wonderful views and independent access to the garden.
The property includes a garage, two uncovered parking spaces and a terraced landscaped area around the villa.
The residence has gas central heating and air conditioning.
Lerici is located in the Eastern side of Italian Riviera and is one of the most important villages of the Poets Gulf. Lerici is an enclosed medieval structure with its typical tall terraced houses along narrow alleys. At the foot of the castle is the relaxing waterfront. This village was beloved by Lord Byron and is quoted in the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri: «Tra Lerice e Turbia, la più deserta, la più rotta ruina è una scala, verso di quella, agevole e aperta». Along the Poets Gulf are other villages such as San Terenzo with its castle and Villa Magni which is where the famous poet Percy Blythe Shelley and his wife Mary Shelley lived. In Tellaro, another typical coastal village, one finds the traditional fishermen boats in the central square on the sea. A few kilometers away is Portovenere. The typical cuisine of the region includes “testaroli”, anchovies and fried salted cod and of course there is the excellent white wine called “Terre di Lerici”.