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This beautiful and charming property, located on the hill of Arenzano, is immersed in

an olive grove full of ancient trees which were part of the park of Villa Figoli.

The property enjoys a wonderful dominant position with a view that ranges from the sea to the village of Arenzano, only a few minutes’ walk away.

The villa was built in the 1960s by the famous architect and designer Marco Zanuso and is an example of red brick architecture. This type of structure was also used in one of his works, the Piccolo theatre in Milan.

The structure harmoniously integrates with the surrounding nature, the terraces and the water garden, creating continuity between the interior and exterior spaces of the villa.

The property is spread over three levels, connected by staircases of great design and prestige with independent access from the outside.

The current internal layout includes a living area on the two upper floors and a sleeping area on the ground floor.

The main level, with teak flooring, consists of a double living room with a majestic fireplace, a dining room with a view of the water garden and a very spacious custom-made kitchen with a wood-burning oven. A service area, including two bedrooms, a bathroom and the laundry room also completes the space.

The top floor studio with a magnificent panoramic terrace, enjoys a unique view of the park and the blue sea of Arenzano. This floor also features a bathroom and a service room.

The ground floor, which opens onto the garden, consists of four bedrooms each with en suite bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes made of cherry wood.

The “vintage” William Morris upholstery covering the large walk-in wardrobe in the master bedroom is of great value.




Marco Zanuso was an Italian architect, designer, urban planner and academic.

He is considered one of the founding fathers of design. Together with the BBPR studio group, Alberto Rosselli, Franco Albini, Marcello Nizzoli and the brothers Livio, Pier Giacomo and Achille Castiglioni, he contributed to the post-war debate on the ‘modern movement’ in architecture and design.

Zanuso was one of the very first to have an interest in the problems of product industrialization and the application of new materials and technologies to everyday objects.

His creations won numerous awards (including seven Compassi d’Oro and six prizes from the Milan Triennale) and are exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and in the permanent design collection at the Triennale (Antropus, Lady). The Fourline armchair was the subject of a postage stamp in the Italian Post Office design series. In addition to domestic furniture, he has designed a wide variety of objects such as radios, televisions, telephones and sewing machines.


Zip: 16011
Country: Italy
Property Id: 27437
Property Size: 750 m2
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 6
Year Built: 1963
External Area : 4000
Garages: Private Parking place
Heating Type: Indipendent
Floors No: 1
Swimming Pool : Private
Ref. Code: 1044