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Ref 1933952 | Bellagio, Regione Lombardia | 2 Bed Apartment

Currency services provided by PureFX 285,000 EUR  |  Approx.£245,414 GBP  |  Approx. US$305,007 USD


Limonta, Lake Como. Newly built lakeview holiday complex with panoramic lake view terraces in Limonta, only 2 km from Bellagio, Lake Como.
Apartments A4-A5-A6 offer a flexible accommodation on 2 levels:

- on the main level (1st floor) there is a large living area with kitchen, 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. From both bedroom and living room, there is an access to a large, 14 sqm terrace with magnificent lake view

- on the mansard level there is another space, easily convertible into a 2nd bedroom and a bathroom.

A private garage for each property is included into the price. Alternatively the property can be purchased without a garage (-20.000 €).

High standard finishings, lake view from all the rooms even from the mansard level, underfloor heating system, solar panels, central sat TV, double glazed wooden windows, acoustic and thermic high standard insulation, low service charges. When purchasing, an extra cost of 700 € is required for the power supply connection and property register.

Perfect investment opportunity!

Location Info.

At Limonta stands the Church of St. Bernardo and Ambrogio, which is of late medieval origin, but was rebuilt in 1673. The Four Evangelists with St. Gregory and St. Ambrogio are depicted on the 14th century portico. A splendid, 16th century “Madonna with Child” dated back to ‘500, painted by one of Tiziano’s pupil, can be seen inside. Also the Sanctuary of the annunciate or Moletto was built in 1606, with a doorway that opens onto the façade and one that opens onto the side, reachable by a staircase and a small jetty.

Bellagio is the most famous resort on the Lake Como and is also known as the “Pearl of the Lake”. The town’s name derives from the Latin word “bilacus”, which indicates the bifurcation of the lake into its two branches. Due to its special position, Bellagio offers the tourists splendid views of the whole lake. Some of the best viewpoints include the grounds of Villa Serbelloni and the top of Monte San Primo, from where You can see Mont Blanc, Ortles and even the Madonnina statue on Milan Cathedral of Duomo on particularly clear days.

The tow is a cluster of houses, one on top of the other, painted in lovely, soft colors with narrow alleyways and picturesque little squares. The ancient medieval settlement fortified by a castle and walls, has gradually been transformed by the building of luxury hotels, elegant villas and smart shops. One of the most known Villa on the lake is surely Villa Melzi, which was built between 1808 and 1810 for Francesco Melzi d’Eril, who used it as a summer residence. It is completely surrounded by a wonderful, English style garden, leading down to the lake with a chapel that contains Francesco Melzi’s tomb, two splendid Egyptian Lions, which were a gift from Napoleon, a small ornamental lake with nymphs, a fountain with the statue of Cupid and a chapel designed by Bramante.

On the promontory of Bellagio stands Villa Serbelloni, which was built for Marquise Stanga and rebuilt by the Sfondrati family, to whom it belonged up till 1788, when it was inherited by Serbelloni family, who decorated the rooms with paintings and works of art and planted rare and exotic plants in the garden, which is considered one the most beautiful in Italy. Since 1959 this villa belonged to the Rockefeller Foundation of New York that organizes conferences here.

On the top of promontory, the ruins of a small church dedicated to St. Peter the Apostle can be seen. Next to the church of San Giovanni stands Villa Trotti, which was built in 1625 by the Loppio family and was restructured and extended in the 18th century by Marquis Ludovico Trotti. The marquis’s great-nephew made some changes and created a water garden in the grounds that unfortunately no longer exists. The villa is now divided into apartments.

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