Semi-detached villa for sale in Seborga, at the gates of the village, developed on two floors and composed of 1 bedroom with loggia, 1 bathroom, 1 large living room with kitchenette on the semi-basement;
1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchenette and living room with access to the porch and to a large terrace of about 100 square meters on the first floor.
The villa which has a surface of 126 square meters plus a garden and 2 parking spaces has been carefully designed in every detail and is equipped with an alarm system and air conditioning.
Exposure South-east with beautiful view towards the valley and the sea.
It is sold partially furnished.
ZIP CODE 18012
Distance from Nice airport 60 km
Distance from ski resort 77 km
Distance from beach 10 km
Distance from Montecarlo 30 minutes
Close to all services
Private parking place 2
Private garden 110 sm
Big terrace 100 sm
Three flags for a small village: the Italian one, that of its Principality and the Orange one of the Italian Touring Club
We are not far from the Principality of Monaco: Seborga too is a small principality, that still today has its king, its laws and its coinage. All this is for promotional and folkloristic purposes, but it is done with style. In 1729 the village, of medieval origin, became a true principality; history then linked its fate to the Italian Republic, but something has remained.
The holder of an Orange Flag of the Italian Touring Club, its historic area is an tangle of alleys that lead to the main piazza, with the seventeenth-century San Martino Parish Church with a Baroque façade, and the Monks' Building, the old place of the Mint and still visitable.
The Luigino was the old coin made in the Principality of Seborga. Today it can be purchased as a souvenir together with postage stamps at the Government Building. Luigini are also used as “coupons” that can be spent in the village. An original idea to revive the past and to keep alive the traditions of the village. An interesting feature is the permanent display of musical instruments, which includes 135 much appreciated old instruments (produced between 1744 and 1930) collected both in Italy and abroad. Growing flowers is typical of Seborga, with mimosas and “Seborga broom.” Events not to be missed are the Feast of St. Sebastian on 20 January; The Spring Feast in the Easter period with a painting festival and the outdoor Floral Compositions Contest; the Feast of St. Bernard on 20 August with a historical-folkloristic procession and standard-bearers.