Along the banks of the lake and the promenade of Verbania, is a refined villa designed by the architect Aldo Rossi. Unique in its splendor, it is characterized by its privacy, ensured by the plants surrounding the garden.
The home offers access to the Lake Maggiore via the private dock and the beach. The beautiful view of the lake and the Borromean islands can be seen from every window of the main façade of the villa. The garden comprises a large sun terrace overlooking the dock, with a perfect sun exposure, which is ideal during the summer season.
The architectural features by Aldo Rossi can be found both in exteriors and interiors, such as the use of materials and colors, marble in the bathrooms and the granite and terracotta tiles on the terraces give the villa its uniqueness. The villa is spread over three levels and features furniture selected and customized by the architect.
On the first floor there is a granite entrance leading to the living room with central fireplace, a dining room, a kitchen, and a terrace overlooking the lake.
On the second floor, accessible by a staircase composed of small local stones, is the master bedroom with terrace, a private marble bathroom, and a wardrobe. On the top floor, there are three bedrooms, a study and a bathroom.
On the ground floor, with direct access to the garden, there is a lounge, a bathroom, a cellar, a spacious garage.
This striking home’s use of wood and stone plays beautifully against the setting.
This property is listed for 7 million euros with Angela Pedrozo of Sotheby’s International Realty.