Floor by floor

It’s not always easy to catch the wholeness of old rustic townhouses in Italy. But with this model we can lay the house bare to give a better picture of its architecture and disposition.

Piano Terra

The first floor consists of a large entrance hall, a cozy, cheerful bedroom, a fresh bathroom with shower cabin and a laundry with a new washing machine. Here is also where the gas heater is installed. The first floor even offers storage space.
From the entrance, a staircase leads up to the second floor and a exciting sense of space and air. 

Primo Piano

The second floor consists of different compartments with some different levels. The lounge room with its extraordinary space is a perfect place for relaxing or social gathering in front of the fireplace.
A mezzanine is the perfect spot for reading a book or just watching the world passing by.

• From the lounge room you arrive at the kitchen, designed as a bar-room with a kitchenette inside, a very practical and convenient workspace.
The kitchen is the hub of the house with an exit out to dining room and courtyard, a staircase leading up to the sea view and a hallway to a bathroom and a bedroom. The hallway offers a generous view of the borgata alley Via Cavour.

• From the kithcen awaits the next aha-experience. The vault with a complete sliding glass wall to the small courtyard. The vault is without doubt one of the most amazing spots of the house, ideal for all mealtimes of the day.
And then the courtyard, a perfect hide away on hot summerdays. Peaceful and beautiful with the colourful bougainvillea climbing the walls and the soft, bubbling sound from the fountain. 

Secondo Piano

Here you will find the most spectacular spaces and views. The terrace has a stunning view of the sea, the valley and the old village. It consists of two parts: one open air and one loggia. In the latter you can sit by the fire and enjoy a drink, a meal or just savor the sunset.
Insisde the terace is a nice studio and the master bedroom with the most beautiful view of the courtyard from the Juliet Balcony.