Sunny Villa with stunning sea views, distributed on three levels and surrounded by a driveway garden with convenient access.
The spaces are distributed as follows: large living area with independent kitchen and a bedroom (plus one bathroom) on the ground floor. It is possible to devide the first floor from the groun floor since there are connection for a second kitchen. On this floor there are two bedrooms, study and living room (two bathrooms). The penthouse is large and can be used both as a deposit or as accommodation for guests.
The external conservation status is good and does not require substantial restoration.
The surrounding land is blooming and full of fruit trees.
Varazze is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Savona in the Italian region Liguria, located about 30 kilometres (19 mi) west of Genoa and about 11 kilometres (7 mi) northeast of Savona in the Riviera di Ponente. Nearby in the Ligurian Apennines is the Monte Beigua with its Natural Regional Park.
The burgh grew around the former Roman station named Ad Navalia. In the Middle Ages Varazze was disputed between Savona and Genoa, due to its notable ships production. In 1227 it became an independent commune but, after a short seigniory of the Malocello, it was sold to the Republic of Genoa in 1290.
In 1525 Hugo of Moncada, admiral of emperor Charles V, was defeated here in a naval battle and taken prisoner. Varazze followed the history of Genoa until it was captured by French troops in 1798. In 1815 it became part of the Kingdom of Sardinia and, from 1861, of the newly unified Kingdom of Italy.