A luxury baroque villa with spectacular regal interiors in Positano
The luxury baroque villa is situated in the popular resort town of Positano on the Amalfi Coast , Italy. The villa was built in 1716 as the Episcopal monastery. The house is positioned on a cliff above the bay and provides stunning sea views. In 1926 the villa was bought by artist Edward Gillauzenom. It was completely renovated, but retained its original features.
A remarkable interior in the luxury baroque villa
After the renovation the luxury baroque villa can meet highest possible requirements about standard, art and culture objects. The interior incorporates ultra modern features and painted ceilings, inlaid-wood furniture, ancient hand-made laces, lacquered doors and stucco works. A huge living room, dining room, professionally equipped kitchen with fireplace, library, office – you name it. Palazzo Positano has it all. On top of that the villa has a spa area with sauna and Turkish bath, a spa pool and stunning fountain and much more.
The luxury baroque villa interiors – an exquisite historic luxe and modern living
The luxury baroque villa interiors are a sophisticated and well designed mixture of old and new. The original coffered ceilings and wall frescoes of the first floor have been carefully preserved. The floor consists of kitchen, living/dining-room and two magnificent suites. The kitchen is a stunning mixture of latest technology and ancient stone arches. The first suite is dedicated to Alfonso d’Aragona and is furnished with a stunning columns bed. The walls are decorated with many paintings. The second suite is furnished with richly ornate pieces and there’s an altar attached to it. The upper floor hosts two more suits with sloped ceilings and antique decoration pieces.The terrace is equipped with stylish outdoor dining furniture and people can enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the sea.
The villa offers captivating views of the sea and Positano
Dining area on the balcony for romantic dinners
The kitchen blends old and new in a spectacular way