- 5 bedrooms
- 4 bathrooms
- 0.25 acres
- Roof Terrace
- Swimming Pool
- Utility Room
- Private Parking
- Staff accommodation
- Sea View
The property is set in a pristine and natural landscape, surrounded by the woods of the Portofino Mount Natural Park and is reachable by car. Due to its stunning location, the villa enjoys a 360 degree panorama over the sea and the Riviera coast. It has been cleverly and tastefully restored, preserving all the features of ancient local villas.
The ground floor entrance leads to the living room with five French windows facing the garden; dining room, kitchen and guest bathroom.
On the first floor a sumptuous master bedroom, with private balcony and panoramic view, a walk-in closet, studio and en suite bathroom. There is also a second bedroom.
On the second floor there is a hallway, sitting room and two large bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms; from here it is possible to access the attic consisting of a large bedroom, bathroom and walk-in closet. There is a roof-terrace offering breathtaking panoramic views and a staff apartment.
Besides the garden, the villa boasts a large park with a rose garden, century old trees, fruit trees and Mediterranean scrub. There is also a swimming pool, set in a scenic location, and several parking spaces available at the property.
Camogli centre and seaside 5 km - Santa Margherita Ligure 8 km - Portofino 13 km - Genoa airport 38 km - Milan 170 km
Camogli is located on the western side of Mount Portofino, and it is considered one of the most evocative villages in the Tigullio Gulf. It has always been visited by renowned artists, writers and noblemen and women and international celebrities.
San Fruttuoso di Camogli (a very famous location with its medieval abbey) and Portofino are reachable in few minutes by a small ferry. Italian and international trekking lovers can enjoy the evocative hike from Camogli to Portofino. Christ of the Abyss, a submerged bronze statue on the seabed between Camogli and Portofino, attracts many divers and the Fish Festival (Sagra del pesce) takes place every year; drawing people in from all over the world.
There are no words to describe the beauty of the alleys (caruggi), spreading through the old colorful fishermen houses. This village, partly thanks to its port (still used by t
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