Just 30 meters from the sea and overlooking the Capo Zaferrano, this villa is situated on a rocky slope on the northern coast of Sicily. The Italian architect Armando Barraja designed the house as a summer residence for his family in the late 1980s.
It will remind you of a ship with details like porthole windows, railing-like balustrades and the ubiquitous view of the sea. Positioned as it is on a slope, the entrance is on the upper level. You step immediately into the central living area with a fireplace and dining area. From here you enter the three bedrooms, the bathroom and the kitchen.
Access to the terrace is flanked on both sides by the glass walls typical of the house’s period. From the large terrace, bridges lead to the back of the house and outer staircases to the two lower floors, each with a bedroom and bathroom. There is another terrace on the middle level and you can also sunbathe on rock platforms below, just two meters above the sea.