The emotions that you feel in this classic villa for sale in Liguria, surrounded by green hills is of serenity and breadth, given by the privileged location of the property and the panoramic view.
From the entrance of the property there is an open view, both on the surrounding mountains and on the sea coast, the villa of about 570 square meters is surrounded by a plot of about 4000 square meters, partly used as a garden, and partly olive grove.
The property for sale in Liguria is spread over four levels and consists of three units connected internally.
The main access to the property is on the first floor, where you enter a large and bright living room with dining area, local connected to the comfortable kitchen with marble tops.
Also at this level we find a first double bedroom with en suite bathroom and terrace, and two additional rooms served by a bathroom and an additional guest bathroom.
On the first floor there is an independent apartment, consisting of living room, kitchen, double bedroom and a bathroom.
In the basement there is the third living unit, another independent apartment consisting of living room with kitchenette, double bedroom and bathroom.
Also in the basement we find, a large garage that can accommodate up to five cars, a cozy tavern with fireplace and kitchen in addition to a bathroom, these rooms are connected to the outdoor veranda overlooking the pool, where you can have lunch outdoors.
All levels of the property for sale are connected by an external staircase, which also leads to the panoramic terrace on the roof of the villa, from which you can admire the surrounding landscape.
The villa is located on the hills of Castelnuovo Magra, overlooking the coast and a wonderful sea view. The center of Castelnuovo Magra is just 2.3 km from the property and can be easily reached by car in a few minutes.
The last stretch of the Ligurian Riviera from Portovenere to Lerici gathers around the Gulf of La Spezia, embracing two headlands beaches, rugged coastlines, blue sea, ancient villages and wild nature, better known as the Gulf of Poets. Many, in fact, were the artists, many of them English, who already in the nineteenth century discovered this piece of land and let themselves be enchanted by its rough and impetuous charm. Among them were David Herbert Lawrence, Shelley and his wife Mary, Montale, Petrarch, but also the famous Lord Byron, who is said to have sought inspiration for his works in a rocky ravine near Portovenere then renamed Byron Cave.
In Lerici, the most important tourist center of the Gulf of Poets, we can still admire the imposing Castle of San Giorgio, built between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries, that still stands out between the sky and the sea with its unmistakable profile characterized by the mighty bastions and the very high pentagonal tower; inside the Castle of Lerici is the beautiful Chapel of Santa Anastasia in Ligurian Gothic style. Here the predominantly hilly area rises rapidly to reach panoramic routes from which you can enjoy a refreshing view of the entire bay. Not far from Lerici we can reach the hamlet of Tellaro, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, perched on a rocky peninsula, on which the characteristic Ligurian houses frame the delicate central square. Many others are also the villages, the creeks, the beaches and the views to discover in this territory that will amaze you for its unique and unmistakable natural beauty.