The sweeping views enjoyed from the roof terrace are simply breathtaking. The views stretch from the wide valley in the south, all the way to the Mediterranean Sea and over the snow capped summits of the Maritime Alps.
This charming townhouse situated in the historic center of the mountain village Perinaldo was created in the 1990-ies from a number of small, lovingly renovated flats. The generously proportioned 150 sqm living space are split over four floor levels. The house is fitted with two separate entrances making it possible to create a self-contained guest apartment.
The entrance located on the left side of the house opens into a small hall, which leads to a bedroom with vestibule and adjacent shower room. The entrance located on the right hand side opens into two inter-connected rooms currently used as studio but equally suited as a guest room. On the first floor are another bedroom with balcony, a vestibule and a shower room. The next floor level accommodates the open plan living area with comfortable dining room, kitchen and fireplace, all laid out over the width of both houses and benefitting from a stunning ceiling height of 4 m. The third floor level offers one further living room/study opening out on a 12 sqm terrace with beautiful views over the Maritime Alps and the village Apricale nestling in the valley below.
From here, an exterior staircase connects with the 20 sqm roof terrace.
The lower ground floor accommodates a 70 sqm cellar space with vaulted ceilings and windows giving views over the mountains. Another 20 sqm cellar room is connected by staircase to the right half of the house. With the larger of the two cellar areas measuring some s50 qm split over 2 floor levels and benefitting from a separate mews entrance, it offers potential to create a guest apartment, wine cellar or in-house spa.
The townhouse is in very good and well looked after condition and most of the rooms feature beautiful vaulted ceilings. The revealed natural stone brick work in kitchen and living room create a pleasantly rustic ambience, the floor tiles are consistent throughout the house and traditional slate was used on all stairs. A gas central heating system keeps the house pleasantly warm during the cooler months of the year.
The mountain village Perinaldo is majestically located on a hilltop, some 572 m above sea level, surrounded by olive groves, vineyards and woodland. A network of hiking routes and mountain roads, invites to explore the Ligurian hinterland and the beaches of Bordighera are less than a 20 minutes drive away. The coastal resorts Sanremo, Menton and Monte Carlo are some 50 minutes down the road and the international airport Nice can be reached within the hour. Perinaldo has a functioning infra structure with shops, restaurants, the bar and pharmacy remaining open all year.
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