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3 Bed House for Sale in Verbania, Piedmont

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A FEW STEPS FROM THE LAKE, WE PROPOSE SPLENDID SEMI-INDEPENDENT VILLA WITH VIEW OF THE BORROMEE ISLANDS.THE VILLA IS COMPOSED OF A LARGE LIVING ROOM WITH A HABITABLE KITCHEN AND GORGEOUS LAKE VIEW TERRACE.ON THE UPPER FLOOR WE FIND TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS, MASTER BATHROOM, THIRD DOUBLE BEDROOM, STUDIO AND BATHROOMS.COMPLETE THE PROPERTY LARGE GARAGE, CELLAR AND SIDE GARDEN.WONDERFUL POSITION, COMFORTABLE TO ALL SERVICES AND SURROUNDED BY THE SERENITY OF THE LAKE.COME VISIT IT WITH US.CURIOSITY ON THE SITE:The most accredited thesis on the origin of the name derives from a Celtic word Palantia or Palanz, meaning meeting place / fortification.It is one of the souls of the city, together with Intra and Suna; The hamlet rises on the Borromeo Gulf and extends to the slopes of the Monterosso.La Castagnola is the hill that rises to the east of the village.In the nineteenth century Lake Maggiore became a noble resort, with the construction of numerous villas and luxury hotels in Pallanza, especially in the Castagnola hill area.Pallanza remains an autonomous municipality until 1939, with royal decree n.702 of 4 April 1939 was merged together with the municipality of Intra under the name of Verbania.PLACE TO VISIT:Oratory of San Remigio: Declared a national monument in 1908 is a Romanesque-style oratory located on top of the Castagnola promontory dating back to the first half of the 11th and 12th centuries.Church of Madonna di Campagna: The Church of Madonna di Campagna, a recognized national monument, is a Renaissance-style church designed in the first half of the sixteenth century by Giovanni Beretta da Brissago instead of a pre-existing Romanesque building, of which only the bell tower remained.Collegiate Church of San Leonardo: Located on the lakeside of Pallanza, it was built between 1535 and 1590.The 65 meter high bell tower was built several times.Church of San Sebastiano: located near Piazza Gramsci in Pallanza, it was begun to be built in the 17th century as an ex-voto for having survived the plague and completed in the 1720s.It was closed to worship in 1867 and deconsecrated in 1890.Palazzo Viani Dugnani: Baroque style building built in the 16th century by the Viani family in the building is home to the Landscape Museum.In the courtyard facing the arcade there are two Roman tombstones found in the Verbano area.Villa Giulia: owned by the municipality there are performances, exhibitions and conferences, with a garden open to the public overlooking the lake.Villa San Remigio: in Lombard Baroque style, with annexed park, owned by the Piedmont Region, it hosts regional offices.Palazzo di Città di Verbania: institutional headquarters of the Municipality, a nineteenth-century palace with a remarkable portico.Institute for the study of ecosystems Italian headquarters, located in Pallanza.Villa Taranto Botanical Gardens: Made by the Scottish captain Neil McEacharn who in 1931 purchased land belonging to the Marquise of Sant'Elia in order to create an English garden on Italian soil.Dozens of botanical specimens were imported from all over the world, until the completion of the works in 1940.The gardens received the name of Villa Taranto in memory of an ancestor of Captain McEacharn, Marshal McDonald who had been appointed Duke of Taranto by Napoleon.The gardens include specimens of about 1.000 plants and about 20.000 varieties and species of botanical interest.
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