The property is located in one of the most suggestive corners of the island of Capri, in an area characterized by large villas surrounded by gardens. The Camarella and Timberina villas and their large garden were built in 1940 by the great director and film producer Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia. Villa Camerella spreads over 800 square meters and is built in a typical Capri style: both inside and outside you can see many typical elements such as decorated portals, stucco frames, twisted columns, vaulted ceilings and Arabian chimneys. The ground floor consists of a large reception area with two large halls that overlook the arcades and the three patios, two dining rooms, kitchen and bathroom, various service rooms including a bedroom with it’s own bathroom. On the first floor we find four bedrooms - each one with it’s own bathroom and walk-in closet, a large terrace and a loggia. The second floor consist of a large living room, a master bedroom with bathroom and walk-in closet. There is a second bedroom used as a dressing room with its bathroom. The rooms are surrounded on three sides by a terrace whose panorama sweeps from Monte Solaro to the entire Gulf of Naples. On the third floor there is a bedroom with bathroom and wardrobe, another loggia and a wide terrace. Five fireplaces and four large majolica stoves furnish the spaces of the villa as well as a large brick oven for pizzas. Villa Timberina is about 400 square meters, built in 1950 and incorporates the typical structural elements of Capri's architecture in a more sober style. The ground floor is divided in two units: the first is currently used as the caretaker's apartment, for a total of four rooms with two bathrooms; the second consist of a gym area, a storage room and many porches and patios. On the two upper floors we find a third apartment with living room, kitchen with pantry and five bedrooms with relative bathrooms and walk-in closets. Both levels access to two wide terraces. The views from all Villa Timberina sweep over the entire Gulf of Naples. Two fireplaces and three large tiled stove furnish the spaces of the villa as well as a large masonry oven on the terrace on the first floor. In the luscious garden we find a large orchard, a lemon house, various pergolas, play areas, clay bowls court, tennis court, a large swimming pool with diving board and hydromassage, served by two small exposed stone buildings used as bars and locker rooms with bathrooms. In the garden, the typical essences of the Mediterranean flora have been combined over time with large monumental trees, also from sub tropical areas. A hidden paradise twenty minutes by feet from the famous Capri’s “Piazzetta”.