Welcome to another era of luxury. 1938 Dolce Vita.

Villa Domus 1938 is recognised as a National Modern Architecture Listed Building by the Ministry of Culture since 1988.
Built on a peninsula overlooking a dramatic Seacliff, the Villa is surrounded by the sea with an angle of 270 degrees.
The Villa’s Park (20 ha), designed by the architect himself, is one of the most astonishing examples of “macchia mediterranea” with century old trees.
Woods, a garden, a swimming pool, a patio, soccer field, 4 terraces overlooking the sea as well as a private beach, accessible by land only from the villa, make this property unique on the Italian Riviera.

Huge glass walls, which can be lifted via an original electrical system, disappear in the house walls opening up the living rooms and the dining room to the sea. A unique feature at the time.
Concrete framed glass blocks (usually an industrial feature) quite unusual for a villa, blended with ancient roman remains and statues dating from the early 1900 let its guests enjoy an unparalleled experience.
The villa was published on a number of prestigious Architectural revues first in Casabella in 1940, subsequently in Domus (1941) and Abitare (1986).
Villa Domus 1938 enjoys the highest level of privacy. Its huge park and the Villa are set on a peninsula and are fully secluded from the nearby village.

200 Mt from Sestri Levante center. Within 15 km lies Portofino and within 25 km the 5 terre.
Within an hour by car you can reach Genua, Pisa, Lucca and the Serravalle Outlet