Bella Dizzasco Apartment in renovated historical Villa, above Argegno, Lake Como, Italy
Just 1 remaining Apartment in a renovated historic villa, overlooking the lake and the beautiful Intelvi valley located above Argegno. The renovated villa has been divided into four spacious apartments.
A reputable local builder has completed the renovation work to a high standard, and the property retains many of the original features including exposed wooden beams and open stonework.
Tp the rear of the property there are 2 private parking spaces per Apartment.
The final finishing are yet to be undertaken so purchasers can choose your own specification for tiling and bathroom fittings from a selection provided by the builder, included in the price.
The 100 square metre apartment is on two floors with 2 spacious double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is also a mezzanine level, which could be used as a study or third bedroom. The living room has a balcony with lake views and there are lake views from both of the bedrooms. There is also a piece of garden up some steps to the rear of the property of approx 150 sq metres
Price: €375,000 (plus 3% marketing/agency fee, plus VAT on marketing/agency fee)
International Horizons have a well established team of British colleagues living and working exclusively on the Italian Lakes, who provide a professional, efficient and proactive approach to purchasing properties in Italy, including (if required), a comprehensive architectural and refurbishment service.
Dizzasco is a historic hamlet with narrow cobbled streets located just 5 minutes drive up into the beautiful Intelvi Valley above the lakeside resort of Argegno on the western shore of Lake Como. It is 20 minutes drive from Como town and 60 minutes from Milan Malpensa airport.
The village of Argegno is becoming increasingly popular as it retains its village charm all year round and is a real lived-in village. There is a small village store, a weekly market, a vegetable shop and bakery, as well as post office and 2 banks.
Restaurants and wine bars cluster around the quaint village square with al fresco dining all year round. For a relatively small village there is a great choice of eateries for such a small village – 2 wine bars, 4 cafes, and 5 restaurants, as well as one of the best ice cream shops on the lake.
It is also a main stop-off point for both the ferry and the hydrofoil, as well as the lake bus, so access from the airport is very easy. ...Read Less
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