Near Sirmione 18th century mansion

Monzambano
2,800,000
8 Bedrooms
10 Bath
1,300 Smq
Between the towns of Sirmione and Peschiera, in the area on the south of Garda Lake, between the Moreniche hills and the Alto Mantovano, we find the town of Monzambano. Here is ” Villa Malerba”, the eponymous of the residence, registered as Palazzetto, are the Malerba brothers who lived here between the eighteenth and nineteenth … Continued
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Antitheft, Conditioned Air, Fireplace, Chimney Flue, Safe, Electric Gate, Double Glazing, Double Entrance, Parabolic Antenna, Laundry, Car Passage, Pedestrian Crossing, Swimming Pool, Security Door, Closet, Whirlpool, Video Entryphone

Near Sirmione 18th century mansion

Code: SV00074

Between the towns of Sirmione and Peschiera, in the area on the south of Garda Lake, between the Moreniche hills and the Alto Mantovano, we find the town of Monzambano. Here is ” Villa Malerba”, the eponymous of the residence, registered as Palazzetto, are the Malerba brothers who lived here between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries… We are in effect in a real history book. Having undergone renovation in recent years by architect Tiziano Lera, the residence is surrounded by a magnificent annexe that sits alongside it in an elegant and composed manner. The main building is on several levels and has unique features right from the ground floor. Rounded windows, composed tones, rooms with symbols of time gone by. Three rooms in particular are identified in a unique temporal space…the first is from the 17th century and preserves the most robust effigy in the Venetian fireplace of the period; the second, just as welcoming as it is precious, is distinguished by paintings of the French notables and senators of the Venetian Republic; the last, from the 19th century, a tribute to Napoleon, at the lowest point of the entire floor, is almost disarming due to the mightiness of its exposed roof with circular section beams. The light throughout the building seems to have been skilfully designed. On the upper floor, the sleeping area is a triumph of light; each room is recognisable by its tones and references to history. Four-poster beds, period mirrors, elegant accessories, refined bathrooms with attention to the smallest detail… In the attic part of the top floor, the original open space has been maintained and in the large living room a real play area has been created. Last but not least, the annexe, as mentioned at the beginning, is a welcoming place thanks to its bright spaces and the wooden ceiling, with a large living area on the ground floor where a fireplace echoes the warm tones of all the furnishings. The first floor is dedicated to relaxation, with two very large furnished rooms where every detail has not been left to chance.

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