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4,736.12 sq ft(440 sq m)
Guide price €3,600,000(£3,175,517)

Bellagio VillaBellagio, Lake Como, Lombardy

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Key features

  • Well presented home
  • Stunning views
  • Good sun exposure
  • Large and well fitted SPA and studio
  • High end finishes
  • Secure car parking
  • External pool

Contemporary lake view villa with pool

About this property

  • Beautifully presented villa facing lake Como from a slightly elevated position and framed by a elegantly planted garden and a swimming pool.

    The house has been designed to maximise comfort, indoor and outdoor space to host several guests in style. The ample entrance hall leads to a spacious and light living area with fireplace and a full fitted kitchen opening onto stunning views from the terrace; on the same floor, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. On the upper floor two further bedrooms and a bathroom. At garden level a self contained apartment with living room and fireplace, a fitted kitchen, two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. A gym, a SPA with Turkish bath, sauna, relax area and a full bathroom complete the villa's living areas.
    The lock up secure garage may park 5 cars. The swimming pool has been placed in a discreet part of the garden.

Local information

  • Bellagio, is often referred to as the Pearl of Lake Como, and is probably the most famous town of Como Lake. Explore Bellagio by taking a walk through its picturesque old town centre.
  • The villa is close to the gardens of Villa Melzi, which is one of the main points of interest near Bellagio. Built in the early 19th century it is still privately owned today. The beautiful botanical gardens, museum, and a chapel are open to the public.
  • The town is on two levels: the lower part by the lake, and the higher part that requires some up-hill walking on cobbled streets and staircases.
  • A few cosy streets are filled with shops and restaurants in central Bellagio, so you can easily explore most of them. It is highly recommended to walk to Punta Spartivento. It's the point at the very end of the peninsula, where Lake Como splits into two.