Two wings prestigious period villa dominating Lake Como from its vantage position of 357 meters above water surface.
The villa offers an amazing view of surrounding alpine from Mont Blanc to Monte Rosa. South wing, neo-Louis XV style, was designed and built between 1902 and 1911 by architect Federico Frigerio, designer of Tempio Voltiano and of the upper part of the Duomo di Como.
The estate is embellished by sculptures and paintings by very famous artists.
The interiors of the villa were designed and completed by Ludovico Pogliaghi, author of the main door of the Duomo di Milano and the main salon of Castello del Valentino in Turin.
North wing, modern rationalist style, was designed and built by the architect Giovanni Muzio.
The villa is sunk in the century old completely fenced 25,000 m² exotic park. It is possible to take a stroll on its gravel paths interspersed with small grottoes offering natural windows on the astonishing view.
The wing designed and built by architect Frigerio extends up three floors, covering an area of 900 m² including tavern, basement and accessories.
The wing designed and built by architect Muzio consists in two levels above ground covering 280 m² plus basement.
To complete this wonderful estate you will find a third independent villa (450 m² on three levels, plus basement; a 100 m² porter's lodge plus a basement; a beautiful swimming pool in stone with several facilities; another 75 m² three-storey building for employees, the uppermost floor accommodating a greenhouse; further separate greenhouses, covering an area of 75, 50 and 90 m² which you reach from the small gravel paths; a big garage, a beautiful terrace and porch with imposing stone columns.
The estate is completed by a last building, the Belvedere, on two floors, covering an area of 135 m² with a rooftop dedicated to sightseeing and terrace.