This self contained apartment with independent entrance is located in Lerici just a few minutes from the town center. Close to all the amenities, it is situated just a few meters from the town hall and the main square where there is a striking panorama of the entire gulf starting from San Terenzo all the way to the beautiful Portovenere.
The 140 square meter apartment is located on the first floor of a two-family villa with an independent entrance.
Internally it is composed as follows: entrance with staircase overlooking a large living room with large windows, a terrace,a kitchen and a mezzanine. Through a corridor one arrives at the single bedroom and the double bedroom which has access to the terrace. There is also a walk-in closet and two bathrooms.
To complete the property is a liveable terrace of 30 square-meters with a barbecue and a dining area.
The apartment has independent heating.
Possibility of the RENT TO BUY formula, a method of buying and selling real estate aimed at allowing the purchase of an asset in a gradual and flexible way. The purpose of the agreements is to allow the immediate use of the asset which will then be purchased within the agreed period, at a price agreed and blocked today. This method provides for a monthly fee set by the seller for €2.000 (divided into rent and down payment) for a period of three years.
Lerici is located on the Eastern side of Italian Riviera and is one of the most important town along the Poet Gulf. An enclosed medieval town with typical tall terraced houses lining the narrow streets, the relaxing waterfront is located at the foot of the old castle.
This town was beloved by Lord Byron and is also mentioned in Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy.
Along the Poet Gulf are other villages such as San Terenzo with its castle and Villa Magni which is where the famous poet Percy Blythe Shelley and his wife Mary Shelley lived. In another typical coastal village called Tellaro, one finds the traditional fishermen’s boats in the central square on the seafront. A few kilometers away is Portovenere.
The typical cuisine of the region includes “testaroli”, anchovies and fried salted cod and of course there is the excellent white wine called “Terre di Lerici”.