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  • 9 bedrooms
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timeless lake maggiore villa
Villa Volpi tells the story of Lake Maggiore in the glory of the early 1900s, the era of Liberty, a timeless style. This prestigious historic villa built in 1908, is spread over a secular park of 15,000 square meters, planted with centuries-old trees and typical flowers of the lake. It offers breathtaking views of Lake Maggiore and a private beach. The layout of the park is typical of Italian gardens with its internal paths. The property is located in a position that allows it to have total privacy and enjoys a privileged position on the lakefront, as it has a garden overlooking the lake and a private beach with a pier. The important access avenue gives those who enter for the first time the feeling of great importance and beauty. Every detail of Villa Volpi has been treated with great care and taste, maintaining all the original features and charm of this prestigious property. The villa is spread over three floors plus the basement. From the main entrance, the important marble staircase starts with its decorated marble walls. On the ground floor there are the reception halls and the dining rooms, an office and the beautiful veranda that opens onto the garden. The sleeping area on the first and second floors consists of nine bedrooms and bathrooms. The first floor has a very welcoming master suite, has a beautiful inlaid parquet floor, frescoed ceilings, large windows and a large bathroom with Jacuzzi. The second floor has three one-bedroom apartments. The basement contains the tavern, the kitchen, a large room with a vaulted ceiling with bricks and a service bathroom. Inside the park, the property includes two guest houses in addition to the caretaker's house. A private beach and pier are two of the highlights of the entire property. There are also two buoys for mooring motorboats.

Ghiffa, Piemonte, Italy
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