The villa is located in a splendid panoramic position on the Gulf of La Spezia and oriented downstream towards the south, with an excellent exposure and dominant view of the sea, immersed in the green of the Mediterranean scrub. The villa, with a floor area of about 400 square meters, is spread over two levels made with skilful integration with a large panoramic terrace and porch and an adjoining covered swimming pool to be completed. The ground floor represents the main body of the house where the living area is developed, and includes the large eat-in kitchen, which is accessed from the adjacent covered porch with wood structure, the living room with large lounge with fireplace and other service rooms, including three bathrooms. On the first floor, two large bedrooms each with private toilet; from the rooms there is direct access to the roof garden through windows. The indoor swimming pool (nearing completion) consists of a 13 x 4 m glass volume, which leads directly to the lawn overlooking the gulf. The property includes two annexes used as dwellings, respectively of 83 and 90 square meters, a large covered garage with 12 parking spaces and technical rooms. The garden includes about 2 hectares of land overlooking the sea and protected to the north by an imposing pine forest. La Spezia is located in the outer eastern Ligurian Riviera, a few kilometres from the Tuscan border and is in the center of a deep gulf known as the Poets' Gulf which includes the villages of Lerici and Portovenere to name a few. Its strategic position on the Tuscan border means it is within easy reach of the Versilia coast which is just half an hour away. Forty minutes from the town is the famous Cinque Terre, also part of the territory. The local cuisine is world renowned: the "mesciua" (cereals and legumes soup), fresh fish dishes, the "focaccette" and the famous white wines of the Luni hills.