Village house with panoramic roof terrace


This traditional Ligurian village house with a natural stone façade is situated in the front row of the picturesque village of Valloria, offering marvelous views of the Prino valley.

The interior has been completely restored in the past, preserving characteristic elements such as arches, niches, and decorative ceiling beams. It is habitable all year round, thanks to its gas heating and pellet stove, and includes easy-to-care-for flowerbeds in front of the entrance.

From its small roof terrace, you can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views over mountains and down to the sea.


Facts & Figures

Living space: approx. 90 sqm net / 120 sqm gross  
Outdoor areas: Flowerbeds of approx. 20 sqm, a roof terrace of approx. 15 sqm.  
State: completely restored, well-kept  
Number of rooms: 5, including 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom  
Views: marvelous views over hills and valleys  
Access: up to 20 m for loading and unloading, public parking in the village  
Town facilities: bus stop and restaurant in the village, grocery shop and pharmacy in Molini di Prelà (approx. 4 km).



The traditional Ligurian house is situated on the lower edge of the village offering unobstructed views of the valley and a net living space of approx. 90 sqm on 3 floors.

Two well-kept flowerbeds with a citrus tree, bougainvillea and rosemary adorn the entrance, which leads into a narrow hallway. Here on the ground floor is also the arched bedroom (bed width max. 1.40 m).

A slate staircase leads to the bright living room on the first floor, offering beautiful views of the evergreen hilly landscape. Just next to it are the dining room, the kitchen and a bathroom built in the rocks.

On the second floor there is a studio with a sofa bed, and a roof terrace of about 15 sqm, which surprises you with stunning panoramic views.



The property is located on the lower edge of the village of Valloria. A bus stop and public parking are nearby at the village square. For loading and unloading, you can drive up to 20 m to the house on a narrow, uneven road.

Valloria is a small medieval village, situated on a hilltop in the hinterland of Imperia (municipality of Prelà), with picturesque alleys and beautiful views all the way down to the sea. There is also a nice restaurant and the "Museum of Forgotten Things".

The whole village is a unique open-air museum! Art lovers will find 151 works of art here: 151 painted doors. They are stable, shed, and cellar doors, painted by renowned artists during the summer festivals held annually in Valloria.

More restaurants and grocery shops can be found in Molini di Prelà (about 4 km away) and Dolcedo (approx. 6 km).

Valloria is only about 15 km away from Imperia with its numerous beaches, shops and one of the largest marinas on the Riviera. Imperia boasts Italy's "best climate" - mild winters and temperate summers.


Price: 149.000 euros plus 3% (+IVA) agency fee


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