Designed in the 1970s by architect Leonardo Ricci, one of the most eclectic of his time, this house seamlessly merges living space and the surrounding environment, becoming a unique example of organic architecture. From the main gate, there’s access to the road leading to the property. It’s a semi-detached villa, of which the attic in question represents the upper part, spanning the first and second floors. The first level offers a bright double living room with a heat-sensitive fireplace and a dining area with immense windows opening onto the surrounding countryside. The spacious covered terraces on this level add further enjoyable spaces in every season. The kitchen with dining space, a study, or a fourth bedroom (single) with a bathroom, and a utility room complete this area. An internal staircase, one side made of local rough stone, leads to the sleeping area consisting of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two spacious habitable terraces, one being a 50-square-meter solarium with breathtaking views of sunsets, hills, and the city. Additionally, the apartment has two entrances, an internal and perimeter alarm system. Complementing the property, there’s an exclusive courtyard with olive trees, a barbecue area, communal garden, parking spaces, and a small cellar.