The apartment is located in the very center of Alassio just a stone’s throw from the beach in a beautiful Art Nouveau building equipped with all comforts.
Located on the 3rd floor, it is very sunny exposing on the east and west sides, as well as very quiet being diverted from the main traffic stream.
The finishes are fine and are characteristic of the Belle Epoque era.
The apartment consists of an entrance hall, five useful rooms, a living room, the kitchen, two storage rooms, two bathrooms, and three balconies.
In need of retrofitting.
There is the possibility of purchasing a garage about 200 m away from the house.
Alassio is nestled in the “Bay of the Sun.” It is a renowned seaside resort and tourist destination thanks to a fine sandy shoreline over 3 km long. Then there are pure waters (beautiful seabed and variety of marine “inhabitants”) and a climate that always ensures a good temperature. Opposite is Gallinara Island, where the herring gull nests. The marina has 450 berths.
Alassio’s name is also linked to the “Muretto” invented by Mario Berrino, patron of Caffè Roma, and writer Ernest Hemingway. Back to the 1950s: Berrino wanted to beautify the wall of the public gardens. He thought of ceramic tiles autographed by famous people: the first were Hemingway, the Cetra Quartet, and Cosimo Di Ceglie (some 740 were added). In addition, the statue of lovers (according to summer custom). The “Miss Muretto” contest is held here. The historic center runs alongside the beach with fishermen’s houses and Via XX Settembre, which tourists know as “budello,” but which remains a typical Ligurian “caruggiu” among stores and prestigious stores. Then there are Alassio’s countless hotels and historic buildings: Palazzo Ferrero de Gubernatis (‘700), Palazzo Scofferi (another branch) on Via Veneto, and, turning onto Via Milite Ignoto, Palazzi Vallega, Brea (Via Dante) and Montanaro (Piazza Della Valle). Next to the sea runs the Fatty Promenade dotted with pine trees: not to be missed is the view from Bestoso Wharf. Alassio has typical products to enjoy: from fish cured meats (bottarga, mosciame, ventresca) to desserts (baci). And don’t forget a good glass of wine (from the Albenga plain), perhaps a Pigato.