Historic Art Nouveau Villa

Via Bono Lamberti n.12, Stresa, Italy
EUR|4000000EUR €4,000,000USD $4,658,725
MLS 2494475
Web code JKGI
Status Active

Key Details

8934 M2
Total Beds
Full Baths


Prestigious Liberty Villa for sale in Stresa. The historic villa is located a few steps from the center of Stresa, from its lakefront and has an area of ??900 square meters. It has a 4,500 m2 park. with valuable centenary tall trees. Consequently, thanks to its dominant position, it benefits from a wide and beautiful view of the Borromean islands and Lake Maggiore. An important family from Stresa has lived for many years, this period villa for sale as its main residence. The construction period dates back to 1910, subsequently and carefully restored in the 70s. It is distributed over...

four floors, with the main entrance on the mezzanine floor, which leads into a double living room, which in turn is connected to the dining room. The latter is obtained in the beautiful veranda, surrounded by large windows that allow you to admire Lake Maggiore. Continuing on this floor, you reach a private study, the library. In the adjacent service area, there are the kitchen with the dining area and the guest bathroom. The sleeping area, on the first floor, has the master suite consisting of a bedroom with dressing room and walk-in closet, large private bathroom. In addition, there are three other bedrooms and a bathroom on the same floor. On the second floor 4 rooms, a bathroom and two beautiful terraces overlooking Lake Maggiore. This floor has independent access. In the basement cellar, boiler room and laundry room. The historic villa for sale, inside is characterized by a typical marble staircase with wrought iron railing, a widespread peculiarity of the early twentieth century. The inlaid wood floors are original and special, the hand-painted ceramics in the bathrooms. The property is completed by the caretaker's house of 300 sq m. consisting of three apartments and the greenhouse. This period home thanks to its proximity to the center, Lake Maggiore and shops, can be considered a villa in which to live permanently.

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