The villa has amazing lake views, an art deco interior and offer wonderful accommodation for a family stay or even a location shoot for film or photography.
Preserved and rich in history with lots of references to the bygone 1920's. There are very few intact villas to this standard that are not public treasures.
Located just a stones throw from the centre of Varenna where frequent boats and ferries can be found, offering excellent transportation links. There is also a train station in the village.
The villa is entered by grand wrought iron gates and stone pillars, the walls covered in ivy. Steps lead up to the villa and its gardens that contain terraces and pergolas. They are the perfect place to enjoy the visually pleasing views of Lake Como.
Inside, the house is spacious and combines on the ground floor large and spacious rooms for entertaining. There is a large reception room with sofa's for lounging, a complete dining room - also with a lake view and a fully equipped ground floor kitchen. there is also a downstairs bathroom.
All three double bedded bedrooms are located on the first floor and all have either a lake or garden view and are furnished with lovely pieces and wooden floors. One bathroom on each floor.
Varenna, has plenty to offer and is a charming fishing (and tourist) village with attractive gardens.Situated on the eastern shore of Lake Como, looking over the central part of the lake towards Bellagio. Varenna's picturesque lanes and old fishermen's houses are unpretentiously appealing, and some visitors prefer the town to its grander neighbours.
Although Varenna is a tourist destination, and its pretty waterfront and tiny stone beach fill up with holidaymakers, it has somehow a more authentic air than the other resorts. The main tourist activities in Varenna are relaxing by the lake, and visiting the gardens of two villas, Villa Monastero and Villa Cipressi.
Regional trains run from Varenna to Milan's Stazione Centrale approximately every two hours, taking an hour. The railway station in Varenna is a short uphill walk from the ferry stops, following the signpost to the left as you leave the boat.
The town is connected to the other lake resorts by passenger ferries, and there is also a car ferry crossing to Bellagio, on the central promontory and Menaggio on the far shore of Lake Como.