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Villa – Frascati, Lazio, Italy

2,480,000 €
  • Total area
    615 m²
  • Land area
    4,812 m²
  • Bedrooms
    5
  • Bathrooms
    5
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Features
  • Lake at 6,500 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Forest view

Brief description

Recently-built luxury villa for sale between Grottaferrata and Marino, just 3 km away from Frascati. Peaceful residential area with a large private garden and a swimming pool. A net saleable area of 615 sq. m developed over two floors. This house features large representation living areas, 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.

Geographic position

The property for sale is a luxury residence with a private park and a swimming pool, located among the fertile hills of the Castelli Romani park, a few minutes away from Grottaferrata (0.5 km) and Marino (2 km) and 5 minutes away from Frascati (3 km).

More precisely, this property is in the Colli Albani area, south-west of Rome, which is 20 km away, and 13 km from the Grande Raccordo Anulare (Great Ring Spur Route).

This villa is in a comfortable and very well served residential area, a few minutes away from Lakes Albano (6.5 km) and Nemi (10 km) or the numerous routes that develop along a protected area among woods and small villages.

From here you can reach the Tyrrhenian Sea coast in about 45 minutes by car (30 km).

The nearest airport is Roma Ciampino (11 km). Fiumicino airport is 42 km away (just over half an hour’s drive).

Description of buildings

The villa develops over two floors, for a net saleable area of about 533 sq. m (364 sq. m the ground floor and 169 sq. m the semi-basement). Plus the 60 sq. m of the accessible cavity walls that can be used as storage rooms and a small 22 sq. m outbuilding.

The living area is on the ground floor and includes the entrance that leads to the living/sitting room facing the dining area, the kitchen with a pantry and a bathroom.

From the dining area, you can access the large porch (about 50 sq. m), ideal for eating outdoors as an outdoor sitting room.

The left wing of this villa includes the studio/bedroom and the bedroom area. The master bedroom has a balcony, a walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom, then, there’s another bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and other two rooms with a bathroom and access to the terrace.

The basement includes three multi-purpose rooms, one of which is 70 sq. m, a large cellar, the laundry room, a bathroom, and additional cellar and the central-heating system.

The cavity walls of the semi-basement (about 60 sq. m) can be used as storage rooms.

These floors have independent accesses outside the villa.

Moreover, this villa includes a 22 sq. m semi-basement divided into technical rooms for the swimming pool and the garden.

State and finishing

This recently-built villa features quality materials and finishes.

The living area features tailor-made fine-wood doors, panelling, décors, and a stone fireplace. The bedrooms feature plank flooring, and the bathrooms are large, modern and functional.

The multi-purpose rooms in the basement are perfectly finished. They can be used as a den, a leisure room, a workshop, etc.

External areas

This villa is surrounded by a 4,812 sq. m plot of land (including the building grounds) set up as a private park with a lawn and a large swimming pool with a solarium.

The porch can be accessed from the living area.

The beautiful terrace can be accessed from the two bedrooms and the balcony from the master bedroom.

Use and potential uses

This Villa is a luxury residence that can be used as the main residence. Moreover, the vicinity with Rome and its airports, in addition to the beaches of the Tyrrhenian coast, make it perfect also as a holiday house.

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