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Prestigious apartments in a picturesque area of the city, Como, Italy

704,000 €
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Features
  • 5-floor building
  • Lake at 50 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Furnished
  • Car parks
  • Lake view

The complex has 120 apartments with different layouts:

  • from 70 m² — two-room apartments (one bedroom)
  • from 90 m² — three-room apartments (two bedrooms)
  • from 130 m² — four-room apartments (three bedrooms)
  • from 140 m² — penthouses

Interior

Apartment 3.1. — 173 m² — have a spacious living room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a spacious terrace.

Price: EUR 865.000

The apartment 3.2. — 145 m² — have a spacious living room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a spacious terrace.

The price: EUR 725.000

The apartment 3.3. — 128 m² — include a spacious living room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a spacious terrace. The apartment is fully furnished.

Price: EUR 704.000

The apartment 3.7. — 142 m² — have a spacious living room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a spacious terrace.

The price: EUR 710.000

The apartment 2.8. — 154 m² — includes a spacious living room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a spacious terrace.

The price: EUR 770.000

Location and nearby infrastructure

Como is a city at the southern tip of Lake Como in northern Italy. It's known for the Gothic Como Cathedral, a scenic funicular railway and a waterfront promenade. Just north are the lakeside gardens of the palatial Villa Olmo, as well as other stately villas.

The elite residential complex is located on the shore of the lake.

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    Location right down to the building, street or city

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