loader image

Price Range: From to

Gardone Riviera, renovated villa with fantastic panoramic lake view

€1,900,000

Video

Description

Gardone Riviera, villa renovated in 2014 with breathtaking 270 ° panoramic lake view on Monte Baldo, on the coasts and on all the islands and peninsulas of Garda.
Excellent location, the villa is surrounded by greenery, of which 850 square meters of garden and about 3,000 square meters of olive grove consisting of 100 olive trees.
Elegantly finished swimming pool and barbecue area with complete lake view.
The villa is on two levels, on the first and main floor there is the living room of 40 square meters with a large window opening that allows a panoramic lake view and brightness, as well as access to the terrace of 35 square meters, semi-habitable kitchen, 2 bedrooms doubles, one of which with master bathroom with whirlpool tub and another bathroom with shower and sauna, as well as ancillary rooms;
Basement floor, very bright thanks to the large glass openings, consisting of double bedroom, bathroom, basement with fireplace and separate kitchen, utility room, storage and garage for 4 cars.
green and panoramic setting, very quiet, ideal for spending your holidays or living it as a main residence.

Monuments and places of interest:
Vittoriale degli Italiani, a monumental citadel built on the shores of Lake Garda as the home of the poet Gabriele D’Annunzio, who lived there from 1921 to 1938. It was designed by the architect Giancarlo Maroni and since 1925 is a national monument, a destination of interest for tourists and not. The Vittoriale extends for about nine hectares on the hills of Gardone Riviera in a panoramic position overlooking the lake. The visitor is welcomed by the monumental entrance consisting of a pair of arches in the center of which is a fountain which bears a passage from the Secret Book in bronze letters, the last work written by Gabriele d’Annunzio: “Inside this triple circle of walls, where translated into living stones is already that religious book which I thought in charge of the rites of the country and of the Latin victors called Il Vittoriale ». To surmount the fountain a pair of cornucopias and a tympanum with the famous D’Annunzio motto “I have what I have given”. From the entrance arches there is a double path: the first slightly uphill leads to the priory, the house-museum of Gabriele d’Annunzio, and climbing again to the military ship Puglia and the mausoleum of the heroes with the poet’s tomb; the second leads to the gardens, the arengo, and, through a series of terraces sloping down towards the lake, you reach the lemon house and orchard. After passing the entrance and taking the road towards the priory, you will find the Pilo del Piave with the sculpture of the chained Victory by the sculptor Arrigo Minerbi, the Pilo del Dare in pitcher, that is to hit the mark, hit. On the left is the Parlaggio, the amphitheater designed by Maroni between 1931 and 1938, whose works only ended in 1953, leaving it, however, unfinished. Inspired by the theaters of classicism, and in particular by that of Pompeii where Maroni was sent on a mission together with the sculptor Renato Brozzi, according to the client’s instructions he had to use red Verona marble slabs to cover the raw materials of “modernity”, such as reinforced concrete, used for the stalls and tiers. The structure remained in this poor state due to lack of funds, until the work was actually completed in March 2020 and inaugurated in July. The amphitheater enjoys a view of the lake having as its natural scenography Mount Baldo, the island of Garda, the fortress of Manerba in which the German poet Goethe seemed to recognize Dante’s profile and the Sirmione peninsula. Every summer it is home to a season of shows that over the years has brought the greatest Italian actors to the stage, étoiles of the dance world such as Carla Fracci and Eleonora Abbagnato, international music stars such as Lou Reed, Michael Bolton, Patti Smith and Ben Harper. Climbing further you reach the Dalmatian square which takes its name from the pilus dominated by the Virgin of Dalmatia. This space is overlooked by the priory, the house-museum of Gabriele d’Annunzio, the Schifamondo, the towers of the archives and the small temple of Vittoria with a bronze copy of the famous winged Victory of Brescia from the classical era. On the right side are two of the last cars owned by d’Annunzio during his life: the Fiat Tipo 4 and the Isotta Fraschini. The top of the Vittoriale is occupied by the mausoleum, a funeral monument built after the death of d’Annunzio The monument is inspired by the funerary mounds of the Etruscan-Roman tradition and consists of three circles in Botticino marble to represent the victories of the humble, the craftsmen and of heroes. At the center of the upper esplanade is the burial of d’Annunzio and around the arks of ten of Rijeka heroes and legionaries dear to the poet Guido Keller, Giuseppe Piffer, Ernesto Cabruna, Mario Asso, Italo Conci, Adriano Bacula, Antonio Locatelli, Luigi Siviero , Antonio Gottardo and Riccardo Gigante.

Condividi:

Detail

  • Icon
    Property ID
    MECA0297
  • Icon
    3
    Bedrooms
  • Icon
    3
    Bathrooms
  • Icon
    Property Size
    432 sqm
  • Icon
    Garage Size
    60
  • Icon
    4
    Garage

Updated on March 19, 2021 at 4:30 pm

Floor plans

  • VILLA
  • GARAGE
  • WHOLE PROPERTY
img

VILLA

Price:

  • Icon
    Rooms:
    2
  • Icon
    Baths:
    2
  • Icon
    Size:
img

GARAGE

Price:

  • Icon
    Rooms:
  • Icon
    Baths:
  • Icon
    Size:
img

WHOLE PROPERTY

Price:

  • Icon
    Rooms:
  • Icon
    Baths:
  • Icon
    Size:

Energy Efficiency

Energetic class
F
Global energy performance index
  • A+
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • | Energy class F
    F
  • G

Similar Properties

€1,100,000
€1,100,000

Beds: 3Baths: 2Mq: 634

Villas

€690,000
€690,000

Beds: 8Baths: 5Mq: 320

Villas

× Whatsapp