The villa is located in the hills of Bonassola., a small seaside town near Cinque Terre. A quiet and peaceful area, it is surrounded by greenery and overlooks the bay with breathtaking views of the countryside and the sea.
The property is surrounded by terraces planted olive trees, orchards, and colorful aromatic plant accompanied by the gentle sound of a little waterfall.
The villa consists of three floors all internally connected by a freight elevator which leads from the laundry area up to the ground floor and then up to the second floor. The access to the villa is via an electric gate with video intercom which opens onto an avenue surrounded by greenery and lined with a typical Ligurian iron railing.
The interiors are composed as follows: on the ground floor is a garage with two parking spaces, a tavern area with all the necessary attachments and plans but yet to be completed, a laundry area and the boiler room.
On the first floor there is a liveable terrace with a barbecue which overlooks the built-in kitchen that has a marble peninsula and a large oak dining table. Two steps up from the kitchen leads to a large room which opens onto a small garden and a second terrace offering a wonderful panorama of the entire gulf.
A second entrance at the back leads directly to the living room.
A staircase leads to a mezzanine floor where there are two double bedrooms and two bathrooms with shower and large built-in wardrobe. From the living room, again via a staircase, is access to the second floor where there is the master bedroom with private bathroom.
To complete the property are two livable terraces, a small garden, and privately owned parking spaces. There is also a garage in the town centre, and an annex with a sofa bed, a kitchenette and a bathroom.
The property has heat pump heating and air conditioning on all floors.
There is also a photovoltaic system with panels, furnishings with high quality finishes, and new fixtures.
Bonassola is a small town on the Ligurian Riviera di Levante with just over 800 inhabitants. It is enclosed within two splendid promontories, Punta del Carlino to the east and Madonnina della punta to the west perfected by typical Mediterranean scrub and its long beach with crystal clear waters.
Thanks to its small size, Bonassola offers peace and serenity even in the high summer season. Among the pretty alleyways and typical Ligurian streets are excellent restaurants, bars and small souvenir shops.
Landmarks of the town are the two historical monuments such as the church of Santa Caterina d’Alessandria, built in the first half of the 16th century, and the Ardoino tower, built starting in 1544 by local labourers. It fell into disrepair in the mid-17th century , probably and is now an evocative ruin. Some of the stones and those from the old Church were used to construct the bell tower of the parish church of San Giorgio.
DISTANCES POINT OF INTERESTS:
Bonassola → Monterosso al mare: 30 mins (17.3 km)
Bonassola → Santa Margherita Ligure/Portofino: 1.8 h (58 km)
Bonassola → Pisa’s Airport: 1.25h (116.4 km)
Bonassola → Genoa’s Airport: 1.39 h (86.7 km)
Villa → Town center: 10 min (1km)
Villa → Sea: 5 min (1km)
Villa → Railway station: 2 min (0.5 km)