The construction of this beautiful villa was completed in 1899, based on a project by architect Carl Sattler. It is located in the “Roma Imperiale” area, considered the most exclusive zone of Forte dei Marmi. In the late 1970s, the villa was purchased by the current owners who, after a careful and passionate renovation, brought the Villa back to its former glory. In fact it was published several times in prestigious architectural and furniture books and magazines. The villa stands impressively on the promenade of Forte dei Marmi, with its rectangular shape, it measures about 850 sqm and is surrounded by a private garden of about 4,500 sqm. The garden includes a swimming pool, a tennis/football court and six covered parking spaces. The main facade, facing the waterfront of Forte dei Marmi, features a loggia with three arches in front of the terrace of the first floor’s terrace. Another terrace is on the second floor of the main facade and another on the first floor of the rear facade. The floors are connected by two staircases, one main and one service; next to the service staircase there is also an elevator that can accommodate three people. The villa is internally distributed as follows: the ground floor features a glass-veranda that leads to the entrance and to a living area characterized by a billiards table, a utility room, the main kitchen with a pantry, a technical room and 5 bedrooms (all with bathroom). The first floor consists of a bedroom, a study, a large living room with fireplace, a dining room and a second kitchen. The living room overlooks a loggia. The vault and walls of the dining room were decorated by the German painter Hildebrand. The mezzanine-1 consists of two bathrooms. The mezzanine-2 is used for storage but could be converted into an additional bedroom. The second floor consists of a large lounge room, a beach-side terrace, the master suite with bathroom and two bedrooms. The garden is characterized by centuries-old plants and exotic trees. Its particular location offers a unique level of privacy and isolation.