On the magnificent island of lemons, Procida, this historic residence is located in the famous "Palazzo Guarracino", dating back to the 19th century and once chosen as King Ferdinand's preferred accommodation during his hunting trips.
Recently renovated on its external façade, the building spans three levels and encompasses various residential units, each with its own independent entrance. The apartment we are highlighting today grants access via Via Centane through a private gate, leading to a small external courtyard, bordered by a delightful garden and storage rooms. Adjacent to the courtyard, a brick staircase ascends to the upper floor, where the entrance to the apartment awaits.
Upon crossing the threshold, you will be greeted by spacious interiors exuding elegance. Vaulted ceilings and 19th-century ceramic floors instill a sense of grandeur. The property, though requiring some renovation works, boasts two generously-sized bedrooms. One bedroom features a large window overlooking the enchanting entrance courtyard, while the other boasts an intimate panoramic balcony with captivating sea views. In the heart of the apartment we find the living area, complete with its own balcony overlooking the sea and direct access to the external terrace, it offers a breathtaking panorama of the Carbonchio Bay and the island of Capri. The apartment's crowning jewel is undoubtedly its terrace, spanning approximately 30 m2. An old well, adorned with ancient tiles, lies nestled in one corner, adding an extra touch of charm. The kitchen also opens onto this terrace, providing the perfect space for delightful meals with guests, while savoring the stunning surroundings. Completing the interior, you will find a spacious bathroom.The location of this residence ensures peace and tranquility, along with excellent sun exposure. Furthermore, all major points of interest, including the tourist and commercial port, the beaches, and the bustling center filled with shops and charming restaurants, are conveniently within easy reach.