Villa designed by architect Cacciadominoni in the late ‘50s, overlooking a breath-taking panorama that includes the lower part of the Lake and the city of Como. The villa has three floors and a covered area of about 350 sqm, is surrounded by 3,000 sqm garden with different plants, including palms, ornamental stone bath, outdoor space and barbecue. The villa's main feature is its location, facing the Lake with southern exposure and large Windows that allow you to enjoy the landscape and at the same time make it very bright. Ground floor: big living room, room with bathroom, laundry room, utility room; superior ground floor: living room/dining room with a beautiful lakeside terrace, modern kitchen and dining room with pantry, bathroom for guests and bedroom with bathroom; on the first floor there is a master bedroom with dressing room, en-suite bathroom and balcony and two other bedrooms with a bathroom. The floors are connected by a spiral staircase with glass domed ceiling. The floors are made of travertine in the living area, parquet flooring in the rooms. There is also a 50 sqm dependence, a building for tools, a woodshed, a double garage with corresponding roof terrace and parking places. Finally, there is a perimeter alarm system and an automatic gate for the villa.