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Villa – Stresa, Piedmont, Italy

1,490,000 €
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  • Total rooms: 4
  • 3-floor building
  • Built in 1967
  • Balcony or terrace

Elegant villa for sale in Stresa, overlooking the Borromean islands. The construction of the villa dates back to 1967, the renovation in 2009. It included all the systems, windows, bathrooms, kitchen and floors. Particular attention was paid to the finishes. The windows are in PVC with double glazing with mosquito nets and electric shutters. Outside, there is a video surveillance system, the park has an irrigation system. The internal surface of the villa measures 364 square meters, the well-planted park of 2,200 square meters. The villa for sale is spread over three floors plus the basement. Internally the ground floor of the leisure rooms is composed, there is a large room to be used as a tavern, as it has a fireplace and connections for the kitchen. Adjacent there is the cellar and the boiler room. The ground floor opens from the entrance onto the living room with fireplace. The large windows give it great brightness, it is connected directly to the large balcony, from which you can enjoy a wonderful view of Lake Maggiore and the islands. Behind the living room is the kitchen, followed by a bedroom with private bathroom and guest bathroom. The first floor, connected by an elegant marble staircase, houses three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The second and top floor is dedicated to the master suite which consists of a large bedroom with bathroom and walk-in closet. From all the windows of the villa you can admire the beautiful view of Isola Bella and Isola Pescatori. The park is particularly well-kept and designed in such a way as to have a continuous flowering, has a sun terrace, the barbecue area adjacent to the kitchen area. At the entrance to the property there is a double garage. The area where the villa is located is an elegant residential area, consisting only of elegant villas, located two kilometers from the center of Stresa, thanks to this there are some resident families.

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