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For sale

Como city centre

centrally

1.150.000,00 €

  • square meters: 200 mq.
  • bedrooms: 3
  • bathrooms: 2
  • other rooms: living area, studio, office, kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, storage room.
  • balconies / terraces: six terraces
  • heating: central heating
  • garage: for two cars
  • construction year: 1500
  • renovation year: 1970
  • energy efficiency rating: (G)

In the heart of the historical town, 50 meters far from Piazza Volta, in a prestigious ancient building, we propose a special residential solution with wonderful terraces.

The unit, located in an ancient property dated 1500, rebuilt in 1700 and renovated in 1970 by Ing. Giacomo Mantegazza, represents a unique housing solution in the historic center being placed on attic level and free on four sides.

The apartment, that boasts rare quiet and privacy, offers a surface of 200 sqm and 70 sqm terraces with charming view on the roofs and courtyards nearby and the hill of Brunate.

A suggestive entrance with stone bricks leads to the house composed of wide living area with ancient fireplace, studio, office, large kitchen; sleeping area with two bedrooms with bathroom, further bedroom with bathroom and storage room.

The property includes a rare garage for two cars.

The proposal is a unique opportunity in Como, in one of the most beautiful streets of the historical center.

Como the Centre

Como is the city that has given its name to the lake at the extremity of whose south-western arm it stands and is its most important centre for art, transport and economic activity. Less than an hour from Milan it is well connected to Lombardy’s capital by rail and motorway.
History tells us that before the Roman conquest in 196 BC this area was inhabited by the Gauls. The settlement was moved and spread along the banks of the lake. It gradually expanded and acquired city walls that enclosed temples, forums and villas. With the fall of the Roman Empire, Como suffered barbarian invasions, saw feudalism established and finally became a flourishing city community.