5 bedroom Villa for sale with sea and panoramic views in Capri, Italian Islands
3,000,000 EUR 2,580,000 GBP 3,240,000 USD
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 5
- Floor Size: 200 m2
- Plot Size: 300 m2
- Sea View
- No Work
- Renewable Energy
- Panoramic View
Superb villa with a total living area of 200m2 which is in excellent condition throughout, located on the unique and prestigious island of Capri, with magnificent sea views, surrounded by a perfectly maintained garden with a swimming pool.
With excellent interior finishes and perfectly maintained gardens, this lovely home has a gated driveway, and just a few steps to the main entrance, which is located on the first floor, distinguished by a small but delightful panoramic loggia; lovely living room with 2 windows facing the sea, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Ground floor: living room, dining room, large kitchen with access to the garden, guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom and a service area with a bedroom and a bathroom.
The villa is surrounded by a pleasant and terraced garden with a swimming pool. The garden develops mainly on 3 sides and from 1 side there is a pleasant panoramic view towards the sea, with prevalence of exposure to the west. In the park there are various trees and variegated essences.
The villa is in perfect condition, both internally and externally, as it is constantly maintained; The finishes are those typical of the Capresi Villas, with light colours and ceramic floors. Externally there are various walkways and stone paths.
The villa is a perfect solution for those families who want to spend unforgettable moments on the Island. Not far from Piazzetta square, it is also suitable for children thanks to the outdoor spaces available.
This prestigious villa is located on Capri Island, which is a popular tourist destination on the Amalfi Coast. The villa is accessed via a pedestrian path that starts from the Piazzetta. The island is, unlike the neighbouring Ischia and Procida, of "Carsico" origins. Initially it was part of the Sorrentine Peninsula, it was then submerged in part by the sea and separated from the mainland, where, today, we find the Strait of Bocca Piccola. Capri has a complex morphological structure with medium height peaks (Mount Solaro 589m and Mount Tiberius 334m) and vast inner highlands, including the main one being called "Anacapri". It is the 21st place among the Italian islands in order of surface. The coast is jagged with numerous caves and bays that alternate with steep cliffs. The caves, hidden beneath the cliffs, were used in Roman times as the nymphs of the sumptuous villas that were built during the Empire. The most famous one is undoubtedly the Blue Grotto, in which magical light effects were described by many writers and poets. Characteristic of Capri are the famous Faraglioni, three small rocky islands, not far from the shore that create a scenic and landscaping effect; They have also been assigned names to distinguish them: "Stella" for that attached to the mainland, "Faraglione di Mezzo" for the central one two "Faraglione di Fuori" (or Scopolo) for the farthest from the island. The island conserves numerous animal and plant species, some endemic and rare, such as the blue lizard, which lives on one of the three Faraglioni. The vegetation is typically Mediterranean, with prevalence of agave, figs of India and broom.