Luxury apartment in Chiaia
Luxury living room with sea view
This splendid 300 square metre flat is located in the heart of Chiaia, the city's most fashionable district.
The entrance leads to the large living room with fine furniture and relaxation area equipped with curved corner sofa that comfortably accommodates 5 people and two armchairs as well as matching ottomans. Parallel to this is the dining room with table for 8 for tasty moments of conviviality. From the balconies in the living room and in the adjoining dining room you can admire the enchanting view of the Villa Comunale of Naples and the famous seafront of Via Caracciolo. Communicating with the dining room is the study with a vast selection of books of all kinds. From the entrance, continuing on the right, there are two bedrooms: the first with two sofa beds and the second with two single beds with walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. Adjacent to the latter is the kitchen equipped with everything you need. The last room of the house is the bathroom with shower.
Riviera di Chiaia is a street in Naples that runs from Piazza della Vittoria to Piazza della Repubblica, in the Chiaia district. On this street, the oldest in the district (apart from a few historic buildings, the urbanization behind the Riviera dates back to the late 19th century), stand many noble palaces, including the famous Villa Pignatelli, home of the Diego Aragona Pignatelli Cortés Museum. Chiaia is considered the wealthy district of Naples and its residents are certainly upper middle class. The district is also renowned as an elegant shopping destination and is in fact home to the major international clothing and accessory brands: Prada, Fay, Ferragamo and the celebrated Marinella. Although many historic cinemas have been converted in recent decades, the Filangieri and Metropolitan remain. As for theatres, in addition to the Sancarluccio, the historic Sannazzaro is holding its own. Another cultural centre is the Feltrinelli bookshop in Piazza dei Martiri. Another characteristic of the neighbourhood is the lively nightlife, especially in the so-called 'baretti' area in Via Cavallerizza and the surrounding area. Other attractions include the PAN Palazzo delle Arti Napoli, the Diego Aragona Pignatelli Cortes Museum (Villa Pignatelli), the Anton Dohrn Aquarium, the park of Virgil's (and Leopardi's) tomb and, of course, the world-famous Via Caracciolo promenade.