Exclusive lakefront plot with marina Area of 9,000 m2

IT-23823 Colico, Via Vignolo Villa baia di Piona

Reduced price
CHF 4'610'000.-
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Characteristics
Description
Conveniences
Situation

Characteristics

Characteristics

Category
Land with utility services
Reference
IT-1707
Number of plots
1
Equipped
Yes
Surface of parcel
9000 sqm
Altitude (m)
214 m

Contact for visiting

Mr. Rolf JAUSSI
Phone +41 (0)81 834 95 30
Mobile 078 745 10 61

Description

Description

Large developed plot with direct lake access and a private marina available for purchase. Four buildings are situated on the plot; one new and unfinished building, one occupied villetta, and a tennis court and two derelict buildings that can be rebuilt according to the applicable Italian regulations, or used to extend the grounds of the existing buildings if necessary.

Conveniences

Conveniences

Neighbourhood
Quiet
Mountains
Lake
Shops/Stores
Restaurant(s)
Hiking trails
Bike trail
Near customs
Outside conveniences
Terrace/s
Garden
Greenery
Parking
Boat moor
Waterfront
Shed
Condition
Very good
Exposure
All day
View
Unobstructed
Panoramic
Lake
Mountains
Style
Modern

Location

IT-23823 Colico, Via Vignolo Villa baia di Piona

Distances

Station
307 m
Public transports
307 m
Primary school
151 m
Stores
416 m
Post office
2.247 km

Situation

Lake Como, well-stocked with fish, is located in the Lombardy region of northern Italy. It was called ‘Larius Lacus’ by the Romans. The area is distinguished by countless small villages that line the lakeshore, which have maintained their individual characters to this day. Many of the area’s luxurious villas (including Villa Carlotta and Villa d’Este) originate from the 15th century, when the region – once a centre for silkworm breeding – became wealthy through the silk industry. During Napoleon’s reign, the vice president of the Italian Republic (1802 – 1805) Francesco Melzi d’Eril built the Villa Melzi. A number of sub-tropical plants such as palm trees, citrus fruit trees, cypresses and olive trees thrive here thanks to the Mediterranean climate. Lake Como, called Lario by locals, is 146 km² in area – 51 km long and 4.2 km wide at its broadest point – making it the third largest lake in Italy in terms of water surface after Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore. However, its 170 km shoreline, which gives the lake its unique shape, is more extensive than for either of the other two lakes. Its deepest point (near Nesso) is 425 m.

Municipality

Colico is a municipality on the northeastern shore of Lake Como in the Lecco province in Lombardy, Italy, and is 76 km north of Milan. The Adda, the lake’s largest tributary, feeds into it here. Geography With an area of 35.3 km2 and a population of 7,776 (as of 31 December 2016), Colico is one of the most important towns along the northern part of Lake Como, comprising the fractions of Colico Piano (main area), Curcio, Laghetto, Olgiasca, Piona, Villatico, Posallo, Fontanedo, Palerma, Borgonuovo, La Cà, Fumiarga, Corte and San Rocco.
History
Fort Fuentes was built in Colico in 1603/1604. Colico fell under the rule of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1735. During the period of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia (1815 – 1866), large roads were built connecting Milan, Lecco and Colico, and the Adda and Mera valleys, as well as through the Alpine passes into central Europe. In 1861, Colico and the rest of Lombardy became part of the new Kingdom of Italy.