I-39031 Brunico
Piazza Gilm 2
T +39 0474 553551
F +39 0474 771295
VILLA TO BUY - ID 4281 - V01

€ 1.990.000

Overall area: 390 m²
Living area: 300 m²
Floor: Multi
Construction year: 1982
Energy Class: D
Rooms: 8
Kitchen: eat-in
Bathroom: 3 con Finestra
Basement: 16 m²
Balcony: Yes
Garden: 1500 m²
Garage: No
Parking space: No
Lift: No
Convenzionato: No
Heating: Gas
Heating Type: Autonom
Rapallo (GE), Villa
V01 RAPALLO/ LIGURIA: Here in a gorgeous hills, this stately and spacious villa in the Genovese style. The center of Rapallo and the sea are only 2 km away and easily reached by public transport. The villa has 8 rooms on the ground floor and consists of 1 and 1 basement laundry room, 1 living room, 1 kitchen, 1 bathroom, 1 staircase, 1 terrace, 1 garden around, from the first floor: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 terrace. The villa has also made a wonderful roof terrace from where you can enjoy a wonderful breathtaking views. The large terraces offer a spectacular 360 ° view over the Gulf of Tigullio, the marina and the golf course. Rapallo is a town with 30,571 inhabitants in the province of Liguria. The capital Genoa is about 32 km away. In addition, the city is the largest resort on the Riviera di Levante.

Rapallo is a municipality in the province of Genoa, in Liguria, northern Italy. As of 2011 it counts 30,742 inhabitants. It is situated on the Ligurian Sea coast, on the Tigullio Gulf, between Portofino and Chiavari.

The climate is moderate. Many of the villas are built in the hills that rise immediately behind the city, protecting them from strong northern winds.

Rapallo area is included in the Parco Naturale Regionale di Portofino, encompassing the territory of six communes.


The first settlement dates probably from the 8th century BC, although the findings have not clarified if it was Etruscan or Greek.

Conquered by the Lombards in 643, the village of Rapallo was included in the county of Genoa under Charlemagne. The name of the city appears for the first time in a document from 964. In 1203 the Podestà of Rapallo was created, and the town became a Genoese dominion in 1229, remaining under that aegis until the Napoleonic Wars. Galleys from Rapallo took part to the famous Battle of Meloria of 1284. On 5 September 1494, it was captured by the Aragonese, but three days later 2,500 Swiss troops ousted them.

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