Located on the first hill, this 1970s villa is an excellent solution for those who love the Riviera di Levante, specifically the beautiful Cinque Terre, while at the same time without sacrificing tranquillity.
Spread over two floors, this 228 sqm property consists of two separate apartments, respectively of 115 and 113 sqm, with the independent access overlooking the beautiful Monterosso al Mare which is the first of the Cinque Terre, easily reachable in ten minutes on foot.
The villa is surrounded by a beautiful terraced garden planted with typical Ligurian flowers and fruit trees from where there is a breathtaking view of the village on the horizon thanks to its excellent exposure.
The interiors are composed as follows: access is from the private road through a gate that opens onto the parking lot. Steps lead to the garden in front of the property.
From the garden one enters the villa on the ground floor consisting in the first apartment, where there is a kitchen, living area with sitting room and working fireplace, two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
On the first floor, which is accessed by stairs directly from the garden, there is the second apartment with an entrance to the living area with fireplace, a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The living area also leads to the beautiful terrace with a view.
To complete the property is land of 2500 square meters, a parking lot inside the property and a second parking lot on the road where there is a 13.000 L water tank.
The property has boiler heating for the first floor.
The Cinque Terre “Five Lands” is one of most beautiful Mediterranean areas within Liguria.
Monterosso, the first and largest of the Cinque Terre was born, together with Vernazza, and then the others followed: Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. The five villages, developed along a coastal stretch of 10 km, are characterized by typical Ligurian streets called “caruggi”, brightly colored houses and historical monuments. The landscape that characterizes the area is made up of dry stone walls on which there are paths, gardens and vineyards which are possible thanks to the excellent exposure of the sunny promontory and shelter from the north winds. Being a particularly steep and rocky coast full of bays and inlets, the beaches are not very numerous though all of exceptional charm, each different from the other. The largest of these is that of Monterosso.
The Cinque Terre have been included within the National Natural Park since 1999 as well as being designated as a protected natural marine area.