Lombardy Villa 616 is situated in an enchanting position in the Lombardy region on Lake Maggiore's eastern shore. The property is surrounded by woods rich with several kinds of typical trees of the area, including yews from which the property takes its name. The woods open onto a large lawn that extends to the lake's shore. A famous Italian architect designed this Villa in the 1970's. In his design, the architect respected the surrounding nature using "classical" materials, colours and shapes. The villa is simply structured, but its design reflects refinement and good taste. A particular feature of the house is a large round dining table made of granite and wood. The living room is divided into two parts, and gives the feeling of a courtyard of a typical house of the Lombardia region. From a terrace off the living room and from the bedrooms there are extraordinary views of Lake Maggiore and its western shore, which is in the Piemonte region. The extensive views from the property also take in the Alps, Lake Maggiore's Isola Madre and the S. Caterina del Sasso promontory, where there is a hermitage dating to the 13th century. The area around this Villa offers fascinating itineraries, with visits possible to tourist and cultural attractions, villas and gardens, Romanesque churches, and other nearby lakes.
Animals NOT allowed.
Property details include: Ground Floor Entrance. Large living room with fireplace and dining area opening onto a terrace furnished for outdoor eating with beautiful views on the lake. Kitchen. Double bedroom opening onto a terrace. Twin bedroom and bathroom.
First Floor Double bedroom with en suite bathroom. Twin bedroom (more suitable for children). Bathroom (shower only).