Hillside villa, located in Sant'Ambrogio, overlooking the Tigullio Gulf.
At the beginning of the panoramic road Cornice Sant'Ambrogio in Zoagli (Genova) sits this two storey villa, surrounded by a large private garden and views over the Tigullio Gulf.The villa is located in Sant'Ambrogio, a beautiful area on the hills between Rapallo and Zoagli. The house is accessed through a path paved with precious granite stones that runs through the beautiful garden shaded by lush olive trees.The villa is on two floors. On the ground floor, there is the large living room with dining room, living area, music room and the beautiful kitchen that opens directly onto the garden. The garden holds forty one varieties of plants and trees including olive trees, lemon trees, gardenias, roses, wisterias, ficus, and agaves. There is also a beautiful water feature. The kitchen leads also to the outside dining area furnished with a large convivial table and equipped with a barbecue. Also on the ground floor is a bedroom and bathroom with shower.The staircase decorated with a violin-shaped railing leads to the first-floor sleeping area: three double bedrooms, one with a large terrace with a wonderful view of the garden and the sea, another with a walk-in closet; two large bathrooms in the colours of the sea and a dressing area. It is possible to directly access the laundry area in the back of the villa.Portofino: 7kmGenova: 34 kmMilano: 185 kmGenova airport: 42 kmMalpensa: 199 km
Zoagli (Ligurian: Zoagi) is a comune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Genoa in the Italian region Liguria, located about 30 kilometres (19 mi) southeast of Genoa. Zoagli is a popular destination during all seasons of the year by tourists from all over the world. It is located in the Gulf of Tigullio section of the Italian Riviera, between Chiavari and Rapallo. The municipality is also known for its silk fabrics exported around the world and its cliff paths (creuze and mule tracks) that run along the Mediterranean Sea connecting Zoagli to its nearby villages: San Pietro di Rovereto, San Pantaleo, Semorile, St. Ambrose, and St. Martin. A bronze sculpture named the Madonna del Mare sits 2.7 metres (9 ft) underwater in front of the promenade in honor of a diving event held each year. Zoagli is also the home of the exclusive Marina di Bardi restaurant and beach club. *Please note that the map location is to the nearest village only and not the exact location of the property*