Esales Property ID: es5553385
Via Giovanni Amendola, 23/2
With its glorious natural scenery, warm climate, welcoming culture and low cost of living, Italy is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most desirable places across the world to live or visit. On offer here is a chance to make a smart financial investment into this magnificent part of the world.
We present an elegant two-level apartment in a historic villa dating back to 1900, unique of its kind. Situated over 135 metres sq., a private street entrance leads to the property’s private terraced garden with beautiful panoramic views of the city and sea.
The entrance floor comprises a large hallway and dressing room, with an internal marble staircase leading to the upper floor where we find a bathroom suite with window, two double bedrooms, living room with double windows. A dining room and kitchen complete the property, with access to a back private courtyard and functional cellar. Original marble flooring and inlaid wooden door frames are found throughout the property, while extraordinary sea and harbor view can be enjoyed both from the apartment and garden. Contact us to book a visit now.
ABOUT THE AREA
With 60.000 inhabitants Savona is one of the biggest cities in Liguria, while Noli is a tiny village, but as an industrial town which has been heavily based on the iron industry Savona has not got the best reputation. In spite of a fabulous location locked into a sunny bay between the sea and the Ligurian Alps and other interesting places to explore. At least I am glad, I took the time to visit, and I’d recommend others to do the same, if you find my top 5 things to do in Savona Italy at all attractive.
Behind Savona’s sprawling port facilities, the city’s unexpectedly graceful medieval centre is well worth a stop. Among the old-town treasures to survive destruction by Genoese forces in the 16th century are the baroque Cattedrale di Nostra Signora Assunta and the lumbering Fortezza del Priamàr. There’s also a nice urban buzz, with lots of new shops, bars and restaurants regenerating the old centre.
Take a walk around the inner harbour and enjoy the sunshine, the glittering light and the charming diversity between expensive yachts and old fashioned fishing boats where some are sipping champagne while others mend their nets. Here you will see most of the city landmarks from a distance along with the fish auction and some nice outdoor cafes. If the weather is warm you can go to the beach on Corso Vittorio Veneto. Savona is one of a few Italian cities offering beaches within walking distance from the city centre. And even if you can spot a railway and some factories in the distance the beach facilities look clean and inviting.
Savona skyline is marked by a few medieval towers. Most famous is La Torretta clocktower at the end of Via Paleocapa by the harbour. It was part of an old defense structure. The ‘ghibelline Towers’ date back to the 16th century when they were the most prominent of about 50 towers constructed along the city walls. With a bonfire on the roof these towers used to serve as lighthouses.
• Beds: 2
• Bathrooms 1
• 140 m2 living space
• Massive potential in the rental market with guaranteed returns
• Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
• Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
• Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of Italy
• Many excellent sports facilities, fishing, walking and cycling areas nearby
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