Beds: 5Baths: 3mq: 218
New and modern villa in Moniga del Garda, he useful area available for the villa is 123 sqm (370 cubic meters), on a plot of about 620 sqm, which is spread over one or two floors above ground so composed: large living area with kitchen, guest bathroom, two large bedrooms (alternatively 2 single bedrooms and one double), master bathroom and technical room; outside porch and walkway around the house for a total of about 100 sqm. The main features and works included are the following:
• energy class A
• high seismic efficiency
• quality custom finishes; underfloor heating
• air conditioner (alternatively floor cooling with dehumidification system)
• complete electrical system of Bticino brand
• provision of anti-burglar equipment
• installation of photovoltaic system
• energy-efficient PVC windows
• fully customizable floor and wall coverings
• interior painting with soft colours of your choice
• fencing work
• technical costs of design and construction management
Pools and underground rooms for storage, taverns or garages, etc., are excluded from the specifications. and rooms attic not habitable but usable as an additional room to the house: remains the possibility to evaluate the costs on the express will of the client.
New ideal solution as first or second home and excellent investment.
Origin of the name
The origin of the name of Moniga del Garda is uncertain. In a first hypothesis it is connected to Como from Lomaniga (in the apheretic form), which would derive from Lumena to which the suffix “-ica” should be added. The second hypothesis indicates it deriving from the Latin ammonius.
The town is nicknamed “Città del Chiaretto” from the name of the typical rosé wine, characteristic of Valtenesi, obtained from the grapes of the Groppello grape through a particular fermentation in rosé. The national review of rosé wines “Italia in Rosa” has been organized in Moniga since June 2008. Also important is the local production of DOP Garda Extra Virgin Olive Oil, produced with Protected Designation of Origin.
The origins of the town are very ancient, in fact there are remains of a stilt house dating back to around 1800-2000 BC, the age of the ancient Bronto. While a macaw testifies to the presence of the Romans of the 4th and 5th centuries BC
Monuments and places of interest
On the western part of the village there is the Moniga castle, a very well preserved late Romanesque structure. The castle was never inhabited by a lord but was a place of refuge for monigans in cases of danger. Having never been inhabited by a nobleman, he was never attacked, thus managing to maintain his original appearance.
Church of San Martino
The parish church is dedicated to San Martino. In ancient times it was a chapel which depended on the parish of Manerba. On 13 October 1454 it was consecrated by Bishop Ermolao Barbaro and named after the patron saint of the military, a cult introduced by the Franks
Church of Our Lady of the Snow
The church dedicated to the miracle that took place in Rome, on the Esquiline hill, on 5 August of the year 352 is in Romanesque style and was built during the 16th century, it is listed in the records of the pastoral visit of Bishop Gian Matteo Giberti from the second half of the 16th century.
Updated on June 18, 2020 at 2:31 pm
Ground floor used as a sleeping area with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, also we find video and relax area. Possibility to place the kitchen on this floor. Alternatively, 2 master bedrooms can be obtained. The indicated square meters can be walked on.
New modern villa in Moniga del Garda
New modern villa in Moniga del Garda