2 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Sleeps 6
Location Type:Beach, Mountain, Town
Airport:Nice 30mins/Genoa 140km
Smoking: Wheelchair Accessible:
This is a luxuriously-appointed, air-conditioned apartment, with grey marble flooring throughout on the bedroom level, with three modern bathrooms, and able to comfortably sleep six people.
It is close to the town centre (15-minute walk) but in a quiet high-class elegant residential area.
In addition to the stunning views of the sea , the apartment has the benefit of its own exclusive garden and a well-shaded patio immediately adjacent to the exclusive garden, with wonderful sea views.
There are numerous fine restaurants nearby - please email us for suggestions.
The nearest airports are Nice (50 kms) and Genoa (80kms).
The beach is just 1 km (or 2,850 feet) away. There are numerous public and private beaches, with restaurants and beach bars in San Remo.
There is a swimming pool and a tennis court within the grounds of the Castello.
Horseback riding and golf are just 1 km away. San Remo town centre is just 1 km away. Shops and a restaurant are just 500 m (or 1,425 feet) away. The railway station is just 2 km away. A petrol station/gas station is just 1 km away. And there is a bus stop less than 50 metres away -- just outside the gates of the Castello.
Nearby activities include golf, touring historical sites, riding, sailing, fishing, watersports, tennis, hiking, biking, surfing, boating, and skiing. Close by there is the ocean, a forest, a leisure park, mountains, a country club, excellent restaurants, a cinema, galleries/museums, and theaters.
If you like Italian fashions, you are in luck! You can buy Prada, Gucci, Armani, Dolce, Gabbana, Moschino, and Versace in town at "knock-down" prices!
The largest Designer Fashion Outlet in Italy is only 90 minutes drive away by car, at Serravalle Scrivia, (near to Genoa Airport). There you will find many major Italian fashion brands at Factory Outlet prices. Recently we managed to pick up a whole host of bargains at this Outlet Centre, including Versace lady's leather shoes for EURO 60.00 and lady's leather boots for EURO 85.00
There is a cleaning person available, and a caretaker residing in the complex.
The Castello Devachan was purchased in 1890 by the English Count Orazio Savile of Mexborough. The elder Lord Mexborough acquired the castle to live there with his young spouse Lady Ivy, despite his age of 75 years. The Count of Mexborough had become a Buddhist after having lived in India for thirty years, it was he who named the Castello Devachan. Before it was called Villa Silvia Mexborough, after his first wife.
The Castello Devachan was built and designed by the engineer Pietro Agosti (from Sanremo) with the help of engineer Winter. The building developer was Costanzio Sappia. The architecture of the castle was in the liberty style. The Castello Devachan stands majestically on the hill of Berigo, a few minutes from the centre of Sanremo, set amongst other beautiful villas, between palm trees, orange trees, cacti, banana, and other tropical and Mediterranean plants.
This apartment is on the ground floor and mezzanine levels. It has a kitchenette, a dining area that seats six, two bedrooms, three bathrooms (two of which have showers), and a terrace to the ground floor. Amenities include two TV, with over 150 Satellite channels, including CNN, CNBC, FOX TV, BBC Worldwide, SKY News, French, German, Italian, Spanish channels, 2 DVD players, a CD player, a washer/dryer, 2 sofas, and double sofa-bed. There is also a private parking lot.
The total interior area is 105 m2 or 1,130 square feet. The area of the private garden is 80 square meters or 861 square feet. In addition to the private garden, there is an extensive communal garden with a large swimming pool, a tennis court, and boules.
The apartment is south-facing, at a altitude of 100 m or 285 feet. There is a resident concierge/caretaker. And there is a security video entryphone. San Remo is very close to the French border, and is only a 20-minute drive from Monte Carlo, Monaco.
A little history of the Castello Devachan
The Castello Devachan was built and designed by the engineer Pietro Agosti (from Sanremo) with the help of engineer Winter. The building developer was Costanzio Sappia. The architecture of the castle was in the liberty style.
The Castello Devachan stands majestically on the hill of Berigo, a few minutes from the centre of Sanremo, set amongst other beautiful villas, between palm trees, orange trees, cacti, banana, and other tropical and Mediterranean plants.
The Castello Devachan was purchased in 1890 by the English Count Orazio Savile of Mexborough. The elder Lord Mexborough acquired the castle to live there with his young spouse Lady Ivy, despite his age of 75 years.
The Count of Mexborough had become a Buddhist after having lived in India for thirty years, it was he who named the Castello Devachan. Before it was called Villa Silvia Mexborough, after his first wife.
On April 19, 1920, the First World War Allies leaders, working through the League of Nations, gathered at the Castello Devachan in San Remo, Italy to carve up Turkey. With the last dusk of the San Remo Conference, the conferees granted France the mandate for both Syria and Lebanon. The British received the mandate for Iraq, and also Palestine, under a provision creating a Jewish homeland.
The Allied prime ministers meeting at the Castello Devachan in San Remo discussed a number of territorial problems, including the general framework of the Turkish peace treaty. The Allies agreed to leave the Fiume question up to the governments of Italy and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes. The delegates also considered ways of disposing of Class A mandates. Under the League of Nations system, Class A mandates were in the final stages of preparation for independence.
Castello Devachan 468 Corso degli Inglesi San Remo IM 18038 Italy
Location Type: Beach, Mountain, Town
Nearest Airport: Nice 30mins/Genoa 140km Miles
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Cross country Skiing
Deep Sea Fishing
Activities (on site and nearby):
Golf, Tennis, Theme Park (Amusement Park), Shopping, Sightseeing, Restaurants, Rafting, Sailing, Boating, Waterskiing, Parasailing, Jet Skiing, Shelling, Swimming, Snorkeling/Diving, Surfing, Windsurfing, Biking, Downhill/Alpine Skiing, Wildlife Viewing, Hiking, Fishing, Hunting, Rock Climbing, Fitness Center/Gym, Basketball Court, Cinemas/Movie Theaters, Live Theatre, Museums, Horseback Riding.
Whale watching, Golf (San Remo golf Club is 15 mins drive away and a full game of golf costs about USD $30, 00), Our published price includes (inter alia) the following -, Use of the private garden, private car parking space, the services of our local property managers, heating in the winter months, electricity consumption up to EURO 25 per week, use of the communal pool, private terrace, communal tennis court, international satellite TV, use of the DVD library in the apartment, use of the communal boules pitch, and the use communal garden, are all included, Regular garden maintenance by our private gardener is also included.
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