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For sale

Como city centre

Fino Mornasco

1.250.000,00 €

  • square meters: 300 mq.
  • bedrooms: 5
  • bathrooms: 4
  • garden: private 1.000 sq.m.
  • heating: independent
  • parking space: 4 parking space
  • renovation year: 2000
  • energy efficiency rating: 126,85 (E)

Beautiful elegant master’s villa located in a private portion of a seventeenth-century villa park.

The villa, perfectly included into the park enhanced by a wonderful swimming pool, was the old Villa Raimondi lemon house and has been completely restored; boasts large volumes and large double-height windows overlooking the green.

The villa, of about 300 sq.m. is developed on a one floor divided in two bodies, connected by a spectacular heated veranda.

The property, with a south-west exposure, consists of a large living area on two levels with a wonderful fire place, dining area, kitchen, guest’s bathroom, master bedroom with wardrobe and bathroom en-suite, two bedrooms and bathroom; the veranda connects one building with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and laundry. A basement room with bathroom and a technical room complete the residential part.

The property boasts top level finishes, all materials and systems offer particulars that reveal a careful attention to the details.

Ideal solution for those looking for a house that offers, in addition to great comfort and privacy, the possibility to live surrounded by green, few minutes far from Como town center, next to the International School and in a convenient area with the Milan-Lugano freeway access.

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.