4 bedroom villa for sale
Italy - Lombardy, Como, Ossuccio
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The living space within the villa is arranged over 4 floors connected by both a staircase and elevator and is laid out as follows:
At the basement level there are a number of utility rooms, a boiler room, a laundry and a large garage
At the ground floor level there is a hobbies/fitness room that opens onto the private garden from which there are excellent lake views, two double bedrooms and a bathroom.
At the first floor level there is a second bathroom, a large living room with kitchen that opens onto a large terrace that also benefits from excellent lake views and a garden.
At the second floor level there are two double bedrooms and a third bathroom.
The villa has private gardens and large terraces
The villa also benefit from under floor heating and air conditioning, all the materials used in the construction of the apartments are of a superior quality, in addition the purchaser has a wide choice of interior finishes to choose from
The location and size of this property makes it ideal for those are looking for a holiday home very close to the lake with and with excellent lake views as well as for those are looking for a high quality first main residence close to all facilities
Ossuccio dates from pre-Roman times which is evidenced a "sarizzo votive altar" of the second century A.C. belonging to the population of "Asuciates" that gave its name to the village. In the area there was a revival of churches, such as the Roman one of St. James located in Spurano and the one of St. Mary Magdalene in the village of Ospadelatto.
On the slopes of the mountain which overlooks the city there is the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Salvation. Furthermore there is a St. Benedict Monastery with a beautiful cloister. Also of importance is the church of St. Euphemia, which along with 5 other churches, all located on the Island of Comacina.
A visit to the Island Castle it is located on the old Island in the middle of the lake which can be reached by boat service and where there is a restaurant (Locanda dell'Isola) that is famous for its owner, called "Cotoletta". The Island has been inhabited since ancient times, it was the centre of many early medieval wars: it was the last refuge of Berencar the 11th century and, in 1169, the Island was the centre of a struggle between Como and Milan, which destroyed it. According to the legend the inhabitants, in part, migrated to Varenna. Most of them went to the New Island, where the St. Euphemia church as rebuilt with the same patron of the one destroyed on the old Island.
- Milano (Malpensa) (International), 52.2 miles
- Linate (Domestic), 58.9 miles
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