Villa Corcos for Sale Owned by Alberto Sordi
It is on sale one of the most beautiful villas on the promontory of Castiglioncello in Tuscany, known for being the summer dwelling of Alberto Sordi for more than 30 years and it is believed the outrageous villa will be bought by Asians due to research done by experts at Lionard.
The future clients of the extra luxurious villa and historic Italian dwelling will be Asians.
It is on sale one of the most beautiful villas on the promontory of Catiglioncello in Tuscany, known for being the summer dwelling of Alberto Sordi for more than 30 years. It is a paradise on a cliff overlooking the sea with a main building of 9,690 SQ FT, plus 6,460 SQ FT of lodge terrace, besides two buildings, and a park of 43,000 S! FT.
The villa was built in the eighteen hundreds by the baron (that of Pasquini castle) for the painter Vittorio Corcos, Sordi had bought it in 1962 and kept it until 1997, few years before passing away in 2003, when he decide to sell it to a Tuscan entrepreneur.
At the beginning of 2000, the owners, in love with Castiglioncello and the villa, aware of the historic and cultural patrimony the villa symbolizes,, did a well-finished conservatory restoration of the smallest details, resulting intact the study room of the actor with his portrait and that of Corcos the painter, the desk, some personal objects and photographs of Sordi in several moments of his long-lasting career.
Sordi's villa and the other historic dwellings, including those which belonged to Mastroianni and Susso Cecchi D'Amico, contributed in making Castiglioncello famous in the 60's when it becaome the favorite destination of remarkable icons of the Cinema of Italy.
Other important villas are on sale and were sold recently in Castiglioncello: "A month ago we sold Villa Pontello" - explains Dimitri Corti, a young Florentine entrepreneur who founded Lionard Exclusive Real Estate in 2008 (http://www.lionard.com/villa-in-italy-property-italy-coast.html)," and last year Villa ex Meschi, too". The first was built in the 60's by the Count Flavio Callisto Pontello, creator and president of the Italian soccer club "Fiorentina" for many years; the second villa belonged to Luciano Meschi, the topographer from Livorno who made fortunes printing forms of telephone bills. In both cases, the buyers were from Eastern Europe.
"Since the last years most of the clients interested in buying extra luxury villas and historic dwellings in Italy have been from Eastern Europe, in particular Russians and Turkish, according to our research about the market", explains Dimitri Corti, "our future clients will come from Asia: China and Hong Kong in mind"
For further information about Villa Corcos and the most exuberant properties in Real Estate, Lionard
Source: Free Articles from ArticlesFactory.com
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lionard Exclusive Real Estate, founded in 2008 by a young entrepreneur of Florentine origin, Dimitri Corti, in few years became one of the first firms in Italy in the real estate industry focusing on luxury real estate. Dimitri Corti in the industry since 2000, in 2008 in counter-tendency with the market decided to work only and exclusively with valuable properties offering them to clients from all around the world, as proved by his site available in 15 languages. In June of 2014, Lionard Exclusive Real Estate will open its new headquarters in Florence, by the square of Santa Maria Novella.