This wonderful Art Nouveau villa enjoys a panoramic view over the whole city of Genoa and is developed on four levels. The property has been completely renovated and features unique frescoes, mosaics, marbles and sculptures of the highest quality.
The recent renovation has divided the property into three independent units, which could also be connected to form a single property. A refined garden surrounded by greenery, terraces, waterfalls and statues frames this wonderful residence.
The ground floor flat has been renovated with high quality contemporary finishes.
The private entrance leads to the large double living room and to the large and bright kitchen with service areas and a bathroom. The sleeping area consists of two bedrooms, walk-in wardrobe and a spacious bathroom.
The first floor’s internal layout includes a living area composed of three large rooms connected to each other. Together they form a single large space including a beautiful terrace and a large window with Art Nouveau decorations.
The frescoed ceilings, inlaid doors, decorated grit floors and fireplace with polychrome majolica make of this property an elegant and magnificent residence.
The second floor has undergone a modern renovation and consists of three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The view is magnificent and ranges from the city to the Gulf of Genoa.
On the top floor the attic is divided into five rooms and a contemporary bathroom.
A private lift connects the top three floors of the villa, making the property easily habitable also as a single unit.
Overlooking the Ligurian Sea, Genoa was the capital of one of the maritime republics from the 11th century to 1797. From the 12th to the 15th century, the city played an important role in European trade, becoming one of the continent’s greatest naval powers. Its superiority over other cities inspired the poet Francesco Petrarca, who nicknamed it ‘La Superba’.
The territory of the municipality of Genoa is developed on a coastal strip about thirty kilometres long, from Voltri to Nervi, featuring slopes, even of considerable height, behind it and looking out to the sea. The territory, with its gulf, the coast and the hills, witnesses the alternation of different natural landscapes and environmental characteristics.
The beautiful hill of Castelletto was identified as the ideal area for a middle-class residential district, not far from the centre and with an enviable panoramic view of the town. Numerous villas like this one were built with a wide view of the port and the city of Genoa.