The structure dating back to 1877, the villa, designed by the architect Carlo Luigi Arditi, was presented with a central loggia with Doric columns facing the sea, a unique element in the sober design of the main prospect. This solution exhibited strong affinities with the verandas on the backdrops of Casina Bitonti and Villa d'ing. Ruggeri.
In the 1930s, the villa redesign removed from the table several elements, including the pair of smooth columns on the loggia, replaced by a balcony. On the ground floor the three doors have been turned into windows.
Entering from the avenue you are immediately impressed by the sought-after Mediterranean garden and the suggestive arbor surrounded by white stone sofas.
Inside the whole villa, it is characterized by ancient star vaults.
The large living room with open kitchen has left the first double bedroom with sea view, ensuite bathroom and bath.
Appointed a second bedroom consisting of two bunk beds, has a completely independent entrance from the rest of the house, directly on the sea porch overlooking the sea.
In the living room a comfortable staircase introduces us to the mezzanine floor, from the hallway, access to a third double bedroom, also with shower enclosure overlooking the back garden arbor.
Exiting there is a practical cover for eating in the open air. In addition, climbing upstairs, through an outdoor staircase, you can access a large solarium to relax in the open air from which you can enjoy the fantastic sea view.
On the waterfront in front we encounter numerous wells equipped on the cliff, with suggestive and exclusive terraces on the sea.