Villa Calde

At walking distance from the Lake Maggiore, in a quiet but well-served location, this romantic villa enjoys a favorable sun exposure with fantastic views over the Lake Maggiore.

On the garden level there is a living room with a fireplace, 2 bedrooms, a separate kitchen and 2 bathrooms. A large terrace affords a beautiful view overlooking the Lake Maggiore.

Thanks to it sizable and idyllic garden, roofed terrace, a pergola with barbecue and several biotopes, this home is a tantamount to a feel good oasis offering a great deal of privacy. On the ground floor there is a double garage.

Surrounding area

Surrounding Area Villa Calde

Lake Maggiore is a large lake located on the south side of the Alps. It is the second largest of Italy and largest of southern Switzerland. Lake Maggiore is the most westerly of the three great pre-alpine lakes of Italy, it extends for about 70 km between Locarno and Arona. The climate is mild in both summer and winter, producing Mediterranean vegetation, with beautiful gardens growing rare and exotic plants. Well-known gardens include those of the Isola Madre, Isola Bella and the Isole di Brissago, that of the Villa Taranto in Verbania, and the Alpinia botanical garden above Stresa. Lake Maggiore is 68 km long, with a breadth which varies from 3 to 5 km, except at the bay opening westward between Pallanza and Stresa, where this reaches 10 km. Its form is very sinuous, so that there are few points from which any considerable part of its surface can be seen at a single glance. If this lessens the effect of the apparent size, it increases the variety of its scenery. While the upper end is completely alpine in character, the middle region lies between hills of gentler form, and the lower end advances to the verge of the plain of Lombardy. The lake’s jagged banks are surrounded by the Lepontine Alps. The western bank is in Piedmont (provinces of Novara and Province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola) and the eastern in Lombardy (province of Varese), whereas the most northerly section extends thirteen kilometres into the canton of Ticino, where it constitutes its lowest point above sea-level as well as that of Switzerland.