Located in the most evocative part of the island, beyond the Punta Tragara, and built around 1910 by Edwin Cerio, period mayor of Capri, this incredible villa is almost suspended between sky and sea, overlooking the natural spectacle of the Faraglioni. The property, described as "one of the most illustrious specimens of Caprese architecture", over the years has always maintained and preserved its peculiarity. The villa of over 400 square meters, in addition to wonderful terraces, has a steep terrain towards the sea of about 9000 square meters, with breathtaking views. Internally the villa has always maintained the original structure and flooring, giving timeless charm to this incredible property. The ceilings reach 4/5 meters in heights, large windows frame glimpses of rare beauty.