This property consists of two villas with a fabulous view of the sea.
There is a possibility to purchase an additional adjacent land where it is possible to build another villa or a semi-detached house offering a view of the sea and hidden from the main property.
The main villa has a modern architectural structure. The second stone villa fits perfectly into the territory as if it wanted to camouflage itself. Both villas remain hidden and can be seen only from the sea.
Park your car in a garage, take an elevator that runs along the rock and in a short time you will reach the upper deck of the “ship” and once you are there, put your hands on the railing of the terrace that juts out towards the sea, and observe your emotions running to you like the waves of the sea.
Behind the main villa of about 470 m2 there is the secondary stone villa of about 175 m2 that can be used as two guest apartments or can become a wellness area.
The pool that attracts attention and arouses admiration is surrounded by large terraces, exotic plants and bougainvillea arches that seem to be drawn by fairy-tale creatures.
The view from the swimming pool is awesome. You can also see incomparable maritime pines, the sky, the greenery, the colours of citrus groves, and the vine arbour.
The variety of plants and flowers from all over the world as well as precious materials such as walnut briar, Vietri ceramics, onyx, and red Verona marble decorate the exterior of the villa as jewels and enrich the interior of the property.
“To paint certain landscapes, we should have a palette of gems and diamonds...” said Claude Monet, and whoever buys this property can do nothing but confirm that this is the truth.
The property is located in a bay of Bordighera where Ludovico Winter, a well-known German landscape painter and botanist of the early twentieth century, created a garden that made the town famous all over the world.
In the past, Bordighera not only bewitched Claude Monet, Pompeo Mariani, Queen Margherita of Savoy, Queen Victoria of England, the French architect of the Opera de Paris Charles Garnier, but also many wealthy British families who created a very large community there enriching the town with elegant villas.
The mild climate of this town offers rich vegetation with species from tropical countries and the clean sea allows you to see dolphins and whales only a few miles from the coast.
You can practice sports in all seasons: tennis in one of the oldest clubs in the world and the first one in Italy, sailing, mountain biking, windsurfing, and golf (in Sanremo).
Bordighera is well connected with the airport of Nice which is only 40 km away and is close to Montecarlo, Antibes, Menton, and Sanremo.