Villa Lazise for sale, about 400m from the center and the lake, with a modern and minimal design, with the highest quality materials and home automation.
Luxury villa Lazise – The Villa
This Lazise villa is spread over two levels above ground plus a basement with a large tavern, cellar and garage that can comfortably accommodate three cars.
The open living room is connected to the spacious open kitchen, all surrounded by bright windows overlooking the private pool and garden.
The sleeping area, on the upper floor, consists of 2 suites with private bathroom and walk-in closet, and 2 further bedrooms with shared bathroom. The sleeping area includes a large terrace from which you can see a pleasant lake view.
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Luxury villa Lazise – The Garden & Pool
The garden has been designed to make the most of peace and privacy. The covered patio becomes a natural extension of the internal living area, and comfortably accommodates an additional table for 12 people.
This well-kept in / outdoor living area is ideal for welcoming guests and sharing the beauty of the spaces around the splendid swimming pool.
Luxury villa Lazise – Safety
The Lazise villa is equipped with a modern video surveillance system with shatterproof Raffstore.
Luxury villa Lazise – Included in the Price
Custom furniture included in the price. Possibility to purchase, through separate negotiation, a selection of the design elements present in the villa.
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Lazise was founded by the ancient Romans. The current name of the city in fact derives from the Latin Lasitium, then Laceses, which means lake place. In the Middle Ages Lazise was an important commercial center, one of the richest in all of Lake Garda. Due to its strategic importance, the Emperor granted Lazise a special fishing right and a toll right. The historic center of Lazise is surrounded by the beautiful walls built by the Scaligeri in the century. XIV, from the fortress and the Scaligero Castle. During the domination of the Serenissima Republic of Venice, Lazise was an important commercial center. In the fourteenth century, the Venetians built the Venetian Dogana of Lazise, which was the checkpoint for goods entering and leaving the Venetian territory. Today Lazise is an elegant tourist center, full of restaurants, shops and attractions.
Lake Garda, with the Italian joie de vivre “Dolce Vita” is only about one hour from Milan, one hour from Venice, two hours drive from Austria and Switzerland, and four hours drive from Bavaria and southern Germany. Exceptional personalities who made history have always chosen Lake Garda as their favorite destination. For example, Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Maria Callas, Napoleon, and the Princess Sissi of Habsburg. But also Winston Churchill, Frederick Barbarossa, the King of Italy Vittorio Emanuele II di Savoia and many others.