For rent, Luxury
Price on request
In the heart of the Valle Curone Natural Park, at the bottom of the hills of Montevecchia, famous for the production of native wine, in the town of Missaglia (LC), is this ancient home of 1700, well preserved with its rich decorations in the master , and inserted in a large fully fenced garden.
The ancient villa, enriched by a series of complementary and service buildings, reaches a total of about 1,500 square meters.
Following the renovation work carried out by the property that has tried to blend harmoniously the old and the modern, seven independent units have been recovered (of which 320 sqm still to be recovered), connected together, which allow both a separate use or as a big mansion.
The noble floors of Villa Lena are decorated with original frescoes, perfectly preserved, while the flooring maintains the original installation in Lombard terracotta. The main apartment connects to the 13th century tower with an incredible view of the hills, the top floor of 90 sqm has been transformed into a suite with bathroom
On the ground floor with direct access to the park there is a 380 sqm tavern with wonderful vaulted ceilings that can be transformed into a familiar and reactive area
The park is well cared for with valuable arboreal plants, centuries-old trees, fragrant essences, measuring about 6,000 square meters. It also includes a swimming pool, a bowling green, a barbecue area, a tennis court and the possibility of a heliport.
The property is located just 35 km from Milan, Como, Bergamo and Lecco, in a strategic position compared to the city, the hub of Italian business, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Lombard Alps, the lakes and the charm of Switzerland, about 25 minutes from Linate and Orio al Serio airports and 40 minutes from Malpensa. Villa Lena is the ideal residence for receiving guests, living a life in complete relaxation and tranquility of the countryside, not far from city life and all services.
Located inside the park of Montevecchia and Val Curone, in the heart of Brianza, in an area that embraces the provinces of Milan, Monza, Como and Lecco, and which gives life to a regional park among the most beautiful in the whole of Lombardy . A protected area of about 2,700 hectares established in 1983 that has the task of redeveloping the territory, making a very important contribution to the region for the conservation of environmental, historical and architectural values.