The property is located in the province of Varese. Position derives from a good sun exposure, fully enjoying a quiet area (no presence of busy roads or railways), characterized by great privacy yet not isolated. Convenient road links make sure the nearby provincial roads and the highways that lead in 30 minutes at the international airport of Malpensa, in Milan in 50 minutes.
The villa was built in the twenties of 900 on a plot of land of about 5000 square meters with direct access to the lake. The four levels are as follows:
P. Basement: large veranda overlooking the garden and lake view, 4 large rooms and hallway, for a total of 276 square meters.
P. floor: large entrance porch, central hall, dining room, kitchen, living room with fireplace, bathroom. All for about 214 square meters. 85 sqm terrace overlooking the lake.
P. first: 5 bedrooms, 1 bathroom for a total of 180 square meters. 27 sqm terrace.
P. no attic space: 5 rooms, different lofts, central hall, 180 square meters in total.
The property is complete with gate lodge of about 70 square meters (three rooms and services), a single garage, a terrace with a gazebo not far from the entrance of the villa and service facility for the storage of boats built by the lake with blocks of marble of Baveno, at the time of building brought by barge directly from the opposite shore of the Lake
All the property shows a commitment to use this material for the exterior finishes and for construction of two sets of stairs that connect the garden to the main terrace overlooking the lake and garden.
Structurally very healthy, this beautiful villa has kept unchanged its period character through continual maintenance works of ordinary speech, and the few extraordinary measures were limited to the renovation of the roof, a partial regulatory compliance for electrical and thermal.
Very good degree of conservation of wood floors and grit of the ground floor and first linked by major marble staircase. The basement shows rustic finishes; the large size and the presence of windows in the part below the terrace allow various possible developments. The attic, accessible by a stairway built with the wood of a warship in disarmament, is partly isolated and used for room-study and part pure attic.
A careful restoration could restore this house to be one of the most characteristic residence of Lake Maggiore.