Very close to the sea and just a stone’s throw from the town, the Brigantino complex is located in a wonderful residential area near the renowned Nelson bar. The complex plays host to generously proportioned residential units with large terraces made of Corten steel. The real value-add of the complex lies in the extraordinary construction quality and in the use of highly prestigious finishes. The project is the result of a complete regeneration of the site.
Large three-room apartments and penthouses with sea views, ready in no time
It is a delight for us to combine excellent accommodation with all of the plus points large and small afforded by the residential location. The complex benefits from a site that is highly strategic, just a few minutes’ walk from the amenities, the centre of Spotorno, the playpark for youngsters and the seafront, but it also offers an unrivalled quality of life. The large terraces allow for endless moments of relaxation in the company of your nearest and dearest, their extremely generous dimensions enabling you to live your life in maximum comfort. The top-floor penthouses feature a terrace measuring more than 40 m2, with superb sea views.
The reinforced aluminium shutters deliver high levels of energy performance, and are complemented by the deployment of technologies that are capable of ensuring excellent thermal and sound insulation. Accordingly, the complex has been awarded an A+ rating for energy efficiency. Moreover, the utilisation of eco-friendly materials and the high standard of construction quality throughout the complex, such as the Daikin hydronic system and Marazzi tiles, enhance yet further what is a truly unique residence.
Enjoy a stroll along the seaside, savouring both its history and the surrounding natural environment
Spotorno’s character is based on the enchanting alleyways of the town centre, which retains the plan of a typical Ligurian fishing village, with two roads running parallel to the seafront and delineating the extent of the conurbation, along with numerous transversal thoroughfares featuring the evocative archways and squares that constitute the town’s most fascinating and authentic side. While the main activity of the past – the construction of brigantines – lies at the origin of the name of the complex, in the 21st century the town is marked out by a strong focus on tourism, its seafront embellished with palm trees and public gardens, with all types of amenities within easy reach. In the immediate vicinity, you come to the town’s defensive castle, which dates from the 12th century, whereas to the west there is the fishing village of Noli, which gives Spotorno a run for its money in the beauty stakes, and to the east you will find the island of Bergeggi, a nature reserve and marine park that offers incredible excursions into the natural world, in very close contact with the sea. The quality of the beaches has been recognised by FEE-Italia through the prestigious Blue Flag scheme.
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