Spectacular property for sale at Ruta di Camogli, near Park Mount of Portofino.
This property is located between the Gulf Paradiso (Camogli) ang the Gulf of Tigullio (Portofino) and has a view encompassing the sea and the Liguria coast.
This luxury property for sale in Liguria is easily accessible through an unpaved road along which vehicles can transit. It consists of four buildings – three villas and an annex used as a guesthouse – surrounded with gardens and 9,000 sq. m. of land which are part of the property. A panoramic pool may be easily built on the grounds – the flatness of the land and the lawns make it an advantageous and unique location.
The main villa has a cadastral surface of about 225 sq. m. and is arranged over two floor, with 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a kitchen, and a living area; each area of the villa has glazed walls and doors with amazing views.
The second, newly built villa is 100 sq. m., it is arranged over one floor, and is in a great spot. It consists of a spacious living area, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
The smaller villa, which is also independent and in a panoramic location, is 80 sq. m. and arranged over two floors; is consists of a kitchen, living area, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a laundry room, a beautiful terrace, and a charming patio.
Lastly, this prestigious property for sale in Camogli has an annex used as a guesthouse – which has a living area, one bedroom, and one 40-sq-m- bathroom – as well as many parking spaces.
This exclusive property for sale in Liguria is only 2.5 km away from the center of Camogli and from the sea, and 1.5 km from all the main services. Camogli is one of the most unique locations in all the Riviera to have kept to the ancient maritime traditions. From the property, you can reach Santa Margherita Ligure with a 15-minue drive, Portofino with a 25-minute drive, and Genova with a 40-minute drive.
The public authority of the Metropolitan City of Genova has replaced the name of the province in 2015. It is Liguria’s most extensive and populated territory. As in other Ligurian provinces, the territory is a coast-hinterlands dichotomy, with verdant mountains and hills, and a stretch of coast extending from Cogoleto to the west and Moneglia to the east.
As well as the city of Genova and its historic center, port, and aquarium, the stretch of coast running from Genova towards east is dotted with renowned tourist locations and gracious, cliff-side small towns overlooking the sea, such as Moneglia, Chiavari, Zoagli, Rapallo, Portofino, Camogli, Arenzano, and Cogoleto, the latter two to the west of Genova, the Liguria’s capital.
The hinterland of the Province of Genova has many beautiful, historic small towns to visit, as well as areas enshrined in nature and known for winemaking and quality food.