Brunate, Set in a panoramic position, measuring approximately 440 sqm, is this period villa that was renovated in 2004.
Brunate, set in a panoramic position with a glorious view of the city of Como, the first lake basin and Switzerland, sits this splendid, period villa, built in the early 1900s but renovated in 2004.The property features a garden measuring approximately 1500 sqm with the possibility to build a swimming pool, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a panoramic terrace, a covered porch and a wall to wall window cellar that could easily accommodate a guest area or a Spa.The Villa, south facing, is divided into several levels and consists of a large entrance hall with a large staircase, kitchen, dining room, double living room with bow window, bathroom, study and large 50 sqm terrace with a 180 degree view.The upper floor is occupied by four bedrooms, two bathrooms, large hallway and a small mezzanine area. Each room has access to a balcony or terrace.The first floor below the street consists of a large apartment with an independent entrance, internally connected to the above apartment comprising of entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, study, bedroom with walk-in closet, hallway and bathroom. This floor benefits from a large very private porch reachable through the living area and the bedroom. On the cellar floor is a room with large windows which has the potentioal for a Spa and fitness area.The outdoor area could easily accommodate a swimming pool, an orchard or simply a beautiful garden.The Villa is located a few steps away from the funicular that easily connects Brunate to the city.
8 km from Como57 km from Milan38 km from Lugano57 km from MalpensaBrunate is a small village in the province of Como known above all for the presence of eclectic and liberty styled villas, which can be reached on foot along an easy path that starts right next to the arrival of the funicular that connects Brunate to Como. The "Balcony on the Alps”, as it is considered, is also well known for the numerous panoramic spots from which you can see the entire western Alpine arc, the Po Valley and the Apennines. The funicular connects Como and Brunate in a few minutes. A few steps from the arrival of the funicular there are some historic restaurants where you can enjoy a truly traditional lunch or dinner in front of an enviable panorama. Brunate is also a popular destination for trekking lovers.Energy Class: G Perf. index: 337,99 kWh sq m per annum