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In the central area of ââOmegna, overlooking the lake, an elegant and unique portion of a period building on two levels connected by a very rare white / pink Candoglia marble staircase, extracted from the Candoglia quarries in the municipality of Mergozzo. used also for the Duomo of Milan. The house, rich in construction details, offers large and charming rooms on the ground floor with a private courtyard, while the first floor is reserved for three bedrooms all with private bathrooms, a studio with bathroom and a large closet. The excellent exposure to the sun gives the property a truly unique play of light as an unobtainable feature are the windows and doors of the entire house. The stained glass windows are certainly attributable to the well-known Milanese firm Corvaja and Bazzi both for the particular decorative repertoire and for the unmistakable executive technique of the so-called "émail tubé". The state of conservation is excellent and the glass curbs of the émail tubé show no signs of efflorescence of singenite, the leads are original and the windows are still inserted in the original windows. Considering its characteristics over time, the property was also used as a film set for the 1970s film The Bank of Monate, directed by Francesco Massaro and cast by Walter Chiari.