In a fantastic position with an incredible sea view, this exclusive villa on sale sits on the slopes of Monte Marcello, inside a protected natural area. On the road ascending from Bocca di Magra, there is the entrance of the property; through a well kept garden with olive trees, you are embraced by a sensation of privacy and the view allows to have an overlook towards a beautiful panorama of the sea, the coast between Liguria and Tuscany, the Magra river and the Apuan Alps. The land, of about 2.000 sq.m., surrounds the property and it includes a descending part which, with some works, could become a private access to the sea. The sea view villa for sale is on two floors, ground and lower floor, and has a total surface of 260 sq.m. Entering at ground level, directly in the living room, the wide windows frame an incredible sky and sea view and fill the room with light. On the same floor there are two double rooms, one with its independent entrance from the garden, a single room and two bathrooms with shower. Just outside the living room there is an area where it’s possible to eat and relax or reach the swimming pool, always enjoying the panorama. On the lower floor there is the kitchen, with direct access to the pool space, two bedrooms a bathroom and a storeroom. This prestigious property for sale is characterized by the sinuous movement of the building and from its ironworks that give an elegant and luxurious aspect. The position allows to live in total privacy enjoying a unique wide sea view.
The property is surrounded by the green slopes of Monte Marcello, a well known area appreciated by people who looks for privacy and exclusivity, far from the confusion and with a view that gives unique sensations. Ad the villa is in a natural protected area, the maintenance of the same territorial conditions are guaranteed. The property dominates the Magra river mouth, in a strategical position between Liguria and Tuscany, in the province of La Spezia. The Gulf of La Spezia, a narrow strip of land stretching from the town of Portovenere to the village of Lerici, is a dramatically beautiful area which features ancient fishing villages, steep cliffs that disappear into the blue waters below and gorgeous colours. It is also known as the Gulf of Poets, in fact, its unique and immense natural beauty attracted artists from all over the world, many of them were British who felt in love with this land like Shelly and his wife Mary, David Herbert Lawrence, but also the famous Lord Byron, who used to find inspiration for his writing within a cave along the rocky coast near Portovenere, later nicknamed Byron's cave. La Spezia offers many opportunities. From here it is possible to reach the Cinque Terre, by car, train or boat. At only one hour drive there is Genoa and on the motorway there are very famous sea villages like Portofino. On the other side, Tuscany is very near. The first city is Carrara with its famous marble caves; Versilia with its luxurious and artistic towns: Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta. All the main art Tuscan cities are easily reachable by car.