A splendid Italian villa — where author D.H. Lawrence labored on the novel “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” — with panoramic views of Capri, the Bay of Naples and Gulf of Salerno is for sale.
The 2,690-square-foot residence is a part of the fabled island of Capri compound known as “The Four Winds” (I Quattro Venti), designed and constructed by American symbolist painter and poet Elihu Vedder between 1900 and 1903. Currently, it is the house of actor Christian De Sica and his spouse Silvia Verdone, who’ve owned the property since 1996, based on a information launch from Lionard Luxury Real Estate, which holds the itemizing.
“The first time I saw Capri was when I was nine,” De Sica mentioned in a press release in regards to the villa. “I went there with my mother to visit my father Vittorio De Sica on the set for the film ‘The Bay of Naples’ in which he starred with Sophia Loren and Clark Gable.”
The painter Earl Brewster owned “The Four Winds” when it served as a long-stay residence for D. H. Lawrence. “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” was first printed in 1928 in Italy.
“The entire property changed hands again at the end of the 1930s, and continued to be frequented by many artists, including Joseph Beuys (who dedicated one of his famous works to Capri) and Cy Twombly,” based on the information launch.
The two-story villa — symmetrical in its design — is surrounded by a shady and personal backyard with citrus and olive timber, rose bushes and lavender. There are three bedrooms and 4 loos.
The dwelling has been fully renovated utilizing high quality supplies and a spotlight to element.
A vibrant, massive front room with vaulted ceilings opens to 2 terraces overlooking the ocean. Part of the residing space can be used as a bed room and, with retractable blinds, turns into a totally impartial room with rest room and closets. There’s additionally a bed room hidden behind a big mirror.
Above this house, on the roof, is one other magnificent terrace. The sleeping space, related internally by a snug staircase and externally accessible from the backyard, consists of two double bedrooms, every with an en suite rest room, based on Lionard Luxury Real Estate.
There’s a indifferent constructing that serves as a spa space, with magnificent mosaics and a rest room. The constructing is simply convertible into an area for friends. On its roof is one other panoramic terrace. From the property, friends can catch a glimpse of Mount Vesuvius.
The worth for the villa is obtainable upon software.
“This villa is the ideal solution for those who would like to own a charming property in one of the most exclusive spots in the world,” based on the information launch.
“It is a particularly favorable time for the luxury real estate market in Italy,” mentioned Dimitri Corti, CEO of Lionard Luxury Real Estate “Villas by the sea are confirmed as one of the most requested and coveted assets, especially in exclusive locations such as Capri.”