Liguria / Genova / Luxury property in luxury place
The beautiful Lisa, played by Ornella Muti, tells the farmer Celentano about her exclusive life in Portofino in the film "The Tamed Shrew".
The Portofino-Rapallo-Santa Margherita triangle is one of the most popular Double living room with fireplace, access to the garden, open kitchen with dining table, toilet. (There is a building permit to enlarge this part).
1st floor - terrace with access to 2 double bedrooms and views of Portofino Bay and the sea. 1 bedroom has its bathroom with tub, the other has a shower room. Wooden floor.
Basement currently 2 double bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a small living room. A fitness room would also fit here if required.
Below the garden terrace is the large pool 15 x 6m with solarium and a view of the sea.and valuable in Italy. The absolute high society of the country runs here.
The yellow villa from the 19th century is nestled in the middle of olives on a hillside plot, which was completely restored in 2009 and well furnished. Next to the property, an old stone staircase leads to the piazza in the village. Sporty people run down about 8 minutes. Access from behind.
Coastal region Liguria has the shape of a sickle and extends along the coast from La Spezia to the French border. The Mediterranean coast is also known as the Italian Riviera. The former fishing villages of Cinque Terre are very popular, on the west coast - Riviera di Ponente is San Remo, today more known as a festival organizer, formerly known as a historic seaside resort and Bordighera. In the middle the elegant cities of Portofino and Santa Maria Ligure. The Ligurian cuisine is mainly known for its fish dishes and pesto - basil with garlic, olive oil, pine nuts and more. some salt and cheese.