This private villa Camilla, designed by Roberta Manessi, is born with the intent to become a residence for travelers around the world.
Newly built villa in Stresa offering a luxurious blend of design, space and style, with private pool and magnificent views over Lake Maggiore, Italy. Set in a peaceful residential area on the hillside just above Stresa overlooking the three Borromeo Islands (Isola Bella, Isola Madre and Isola Pescatori).
This holiday villa has flat roofs planted with greenery and is built over two floors (each 200m²). The side of the villa facing the road is covered in local stone giving it a traditional appearance. The other sides are painted in soft pastel colours to blend with the surrounding landscape. The villa is designed in a modern and minimalist concept but at the same time creates a comfortable atmosphere which will make you feel completely at home.
The ground floor comprises an impressive open-air living room with walls of windows that open onto the covered patio and endless views. More natural light comes from the roof windows with remote controlled velux skylights. The centrepiece of the kitchen is the Corian topped island with induction hob and extractor hood, built-in dishwasher, inset sink and utensil drawers. The side wall with sliding doors cleverly conceals the kitchen appliances including fridge, freezer, oven and microwave. The living room is completed with a dining table seating 10 people and a relaxing area with large sofa and 55” LED TV. The two sleeping areas are to each side of the living room. On one side are two double bedrooms, designed with the utmost attention to every detail and with large windows overlooking the lake, bathroom with spacious resin-coated shower, and walk-in wardrobe. The other side comprises a bedroom with two single beds and built-in wardrobe with 32” TV, bathroom with resin-coated shower and last, but not least, the master bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom with Dark Desert stone coated shower. The master bedroom comes with a spacious wardrobe and 40” TV and offers plenty of light and panoramic views over the pool and lake thanks to its large windows.
The downstairs floor features a lounge with a large iron table seating 10 people and your own cinema area with comfy L-shaped couch and a home cinema system (55” TV and Bose surround sound speakers) to engage your senses. There’s also a room with bathtub and hidden washing machine and dryer. The garage (100m²) operated by remote control can fit up to 3-4 cars.
This amazing villa was built with the highest quality materials and to the specification of the smallest architectural details: surveillance system, the best electrical and plumbing equipment, dehumidifying fans, under-floor heating and cooling, air conditioning in every room, dimmer controlled lights and energy saving LEDs, home automation and state-of-the-art technology. Fast internet (wireless) and satellite TV (SKY) are available.
The villa stands on a 1000m² plot boasting a spacious covered terrace and a landscaped lawn with native trees in a clean minimalist layout enriched by lavender and other fragrant plants. The stunning infinity swimming pool with views over the town, the lake and the surrounding mountains create the ideal setting for winding down and enjoying your dream vacation. The pool (14×4.5m) has easy access steps and includes internal bench seats for relaxing and admiring the views. The same stone inside as well as outside the pool has been used to create the sense of continuity of the water and colours towards the lake. There’s an outdoor hot and cold shower and at night the LED spotlights give eye-catching visual effects.
This luxury villa is conveniently located near Stresa (1.5km away) with its narrow streets featuring cafés, restaurants and small boutiques. There’s a lovely lakefront promenade and a ferry station from where you can hop on any ferry to visit the Borromeo Islands and explore other villages and wonders of Lake Maggiore. Stresa’s railway station connects you easily with Milan, where you can shop, sightsee, or simply sip a coffee and watch the world go by in the famous Piazza del Duomo.