One of the most beautiful villas on the beautiful Castiglioncello coast of Tuscany is now for sale. This luxury villa in Italy was once owned by Alberto Sordi.
Castiglioncello is a famous region of Tuscany, Italy where numerous film directors and actors have lived, including Vittorio Gassman, Marcello Mastroianni and Alberto Sordi. Sordi bought the luxury Villa Corcos back in 1962 and sold it over thirty years later in 1997.
Villa Corcos has been the location of several popular movies, including Il Sorpasso of Dino Risi and Pellegrini d’Amore that featured a young Sofia Loren. The villa was first built in the eighteen hundreds for Italian painter – Vittorio Corcos.
This incredible Italy villa consists of a 9,700 sq ft main building. The villa overlooks the sea and features 6,500 sq ft of lodge terrace. In addition to the main house and lodge terrace building, the property is 43,000 sq ft in size.
Alberto Sordi sold the villa to an Italian entrepreneur, prior to his death in 2003. The new Villa Corcos owner completed a conservative restoration project. Sordi’s study room was left in tact and includes his portrait, his desk, in addition to many personal items and photographs.
According to Lionard Luxury Real Estate, the real estate company listing Villa Corcos, the luxury Italian villa will be listed for sale at about 15 million Euros. Currently, Lionard focuses on the luxury market in Italy and currently offers property portfolio of greater than 1,000 homes. The medium price for their portfolio ranges between 5 and 10 million Euros.