Varese Luxury Villa with large Garden
In Varese luxury villa with large garden in a nice residential area for sale.
The villa has a spacious lift, spread over several floors with ample space.
The ground floor has a large entrance which leads to the living area with a beautiful living room, a dining room, a large kitchen with access to the outdoor dining area on the terrace, pantry, two bathrooms.
On the first floor a master bedroom suite with bathroom, two bedrooms and two more bathrooms.
On the second floor two more bedrooms, a study, a kitchen, a hall and two bathrooms.
In the attic, there’s a study with a view on the balcony, a large bright living room with a scenic arched window overlooking the beautiful garden, one more bathroom.
The basement, largely above ground, houses hobby/gym spaces , laundry room, ironing room and a bathroom.
The luxury villa has elegant finishes, spacious and bright rooms and a beautiful garden of 4000 sqm.
The area is very convenient as it is located near to a lot of facilities, such as bus stops, supermarkets, schools (science, art, classic, middle schools, elementary and kindergarten), church, bar, post office, pharmacy, gyms and sports centres.
This Varese luxury villa is only 1 km away from the city center.
Price: € 900.000,00
Energy Efficiency Class: G – Ipe 397
VARESE, at the base of the Alpine Foothills, is a Province marked by water, valleys and castles: it is an exemplar of harmony between man and nature (that’s why Varese is called “The Garden City”). Seen from above, the terrain is a palette of colors – a patchwork of mountains, valleys, woods and rivers. Seven lakes of glacial origins make up Varese’s environs: they include Lake Varese, Lake Maggiore, Lake Ceresio, Lake Comabbio and Lake Verbano, fed by a myriad of rivers and streams, such as the Olona and Ticino.
Corso Matteotti is regarded as Varese‘s “drawing room” with its elegant buildings and a delightful pedestrian quarter filled with city center shops. The Basilica of San Vittore is also worth a visit, with its famous bell tower and Baptistery of St. John. The promenade favored by natives of Varese is that which leads to the Sacro Monte, located a few miles north. Along its slopes is a Via Sacra (sacred road) that passes 14 chapels and ends at the hilltop Sanctuary, where the hamlet of Santa Maria del Monte is located. Indeed, Lake Maggiore became home to Italian noble families (you might recognize such names as Borromeo and of course, Visconti), that erected majestic, imposing castles with Italian-style gardens and impregnable fortresses, all amidst the emerald green of the forests and the deep blue of the sky. An excursion on the lake is an experience not to be missed.
The Province of Varese offers a wide range of local produce. Typical cheeses are Gorgonzola P.D.O., produced in Varese, while in the Luinese Valleys, the Formaggella, a semi-hard mild cheese made from whole goat’s milk, should be tasted. In Gavirate, the small handmade cakes known as Brutti e Buoni are “ugly but tasty,” as their name implies; they are made of egg whites, almonds, nuts and vanilla. Three types of honey are produced here as well, under the supervision of the Varese Honey Consortium: millefiori (thousand flowers), acacia honey and chestnut honey, often consumed as an accompaniment to goat cheese. One should also mention the asparagus of Cantello, a town sitting on the Swiss border; an important festival here celebrates the vegetable every May. The area of Angera, then, is known for its production of the Ronchi Varesini, the white, red and rosé wines named after the terraced slopes where they are cultivated.
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