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Monumental Residence

ICONIC HOTEL | Asia Bernardini

Rome, Milan, Turin, Naples. Splendid villas in charming locations such as Capri, Favignana, or Lake Como. Italy Sotheby’s International Realty is one of the most important luxury real estate agencies in the world. Founded in 1976, it collaborates with 22,000 agents in over 950 offices from 70 countries throughout the world (from China to the United States, Russia, Europe, and Japan), offering professional services for residential sales, high street retail, hotels and retreats (short-term rentals).


“All of our services provide support for our clients,” explain Italy Sotheby’s Managing Partners Clemente and Lodovico Pignatti Morano. “Our services respond to specific market requests with very high standards, for clients who want to plan an ideal stay or an exclusive and unforgettable experience, above all something truly Made in Italy.”

The Retreats department takes care of the search for high-end homes available on the seasonal or short-term rental market from Cortina to Positano, selecting the most beautiful properties based on offers that include starred staff or dedicated luxury services. The sales department offer a wide selection of historic residences, villas, cottages, and castles that encompass the charm of the famous figures who lived in them, such as Napoleon’s sister Paolina Bonaparte, Amadeus VI nicknamed the Green Count of Savoy.
Or a monumental residence once home to Oscar Wilde that stands on the edge of the sea, with a breathtaking glimpse of San Pietro ai Due Frati in Posillipo. This truly unique apartment is located on the second floor of a historic palazzo, and is dominated by the surrounding sea; majestic spaces and high ceilings reflect the Neapolitan gulf’s shades of blue, and silhouettes of the famous islands can be seen on the horizon.


The entryway gives way to a staircase and then the first hall, where eight windows – five of them arched – depict Naples and its magical skyline, an unmistakable natural representation of Vesuvius’ profile and Posillipo. The living room connects to the kitchen and then leads to an enchanting terrace right over the sea, always radiant and illuminated by the sun’s rays. An antique arched door with handmade glass opens into the dining room, overlooking the long external balcony that becomes one with the coastal shades.

The balcony wraps around the living area with three large arches and antique terracotta floors featuring hand-painted majolica. The sleeping quarters consist of three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and the master bedroom has an antechamber with exposed beams that can be used as a sitting room.

Last but not least, there is a roof terrace of about 400 square meters that offers a full view of the city.

Web: italy-sothebysrealty.com





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