Villa La Pagoda lies on the seaside, in one of the most exclusive areas of Naples, in the heart of Posillipo. This historic house, built between the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, was a hunting lodge for migratory birds and today this ancient function is recalled by its particular structure, like a lighthouse towards the sea. Its unique shape is wrapped all around by some spectacular terraces, like in a hug. The property enjoys a strategic location and very exclusive features: the private access to the sea, through the ancient Roman caves, leads to a 'natural pool' and a private dock allows the villa to be reached by boat directly from the port of Naples, without crossing the city. The interior of the house (220 sqm) is divided on three levels and it is internally connected by a lift. The ground floor features a large living room with direct access to a spectacular panoramic terrace for a stunning and immediate contact with the sea, a bright dining room, a kitchen and a guest bathroom. Each room has access to the terraces and to a magnificent outdoor dining room that seems to be the real heart of the house. The green and the other colours of the garden merge with the colours of the sea, giving the impression of being in a timeless place. The first floor consists of two bedrooms located in a semicircle, each of them with double access to the surrounding terrace and served by a bathroom. The second floor features a circular master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and a wardrobe cleverly designed to fit in this round shaped room. This latter has five ogival windows, inspired by Oriental design; three of them offer a magnificent view of the Castel dell'Ovo, Vesuvius and the Capri Island. The property includes a third floor consisting of a small study named 'the thinking room' surrounded only by terraces and the immensity of the sea.