Via Pissarottino



Furnished: YES
Ownership: Single Family
Type: Villa
Rooms: 6
Bedrooms: 4 BR
Bathrooms: 3
Area: 250M² (2691.0 sq ft)
Exterior area: 23.0M² (250 sq ft)
Lot Size: 250 M²


Price: €1,300,000
Bruno Tettamanti
Sara Traverso
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Licensed as 'Sara Francesca Traverso'
Luca Traverso
Managing Director Italy
Luca Traverso
Via Andrea Appiani, 25, 20121 Milano MI, Italy



Villa located in the municipality of Brunate (Co), facing west, opens 180 degrees towards the basin of Lake Como and the Alps and enjoys a cool climate in summer.

A careful, recent and radical restoration contributed to preserve and enhance the cultural heritage of Brunate. This villa (built in 1928) has a severals unique architecture features. The decorative elements in cement and grit, the beautiful and colorful graffiti. The very generous eaves and the loggia, the glass set in wrought iron. The decorations fit well into the rich vegetation, favoring the mix of nature and culture.

The villa is located on the road that leads to the sources of the “Pissarottino”: a location historically appreciated as a “quiet and fresh oasis of naturalness”, now, above all, as a panoramic point over the third and fourth basin of Lake Como. The funicular, which quickly takes you to Como, is only seven minutes away on foot. The trips, during peak times in the morning and evening, are every quarter of an hour.


The villa is on 3 levels (ground floor, first and second with loggia) for a total commercial area of approximately 200.00 m2. As well as a terrace of approximately 35.00 m2 and a garden, with a cave of approximately 16.00 m2. In addition to a large double garage of approximately 40.00 m2. This connects directly to the entrance staircase of the villa, as well as a parking space of approximately 28.00 m2.

The finishes are of a high standard: from the home automation system to the solar collection system (solar panels). This system deals with the production of hot water and integration with winter heating. The roller shutters are electrified, the construction elements are all recent and finely cared for. There is also an underground tank for collecting rainwater to be used for garden irrigation.

Tourist Brunate, amiably called “small leisure town of the time”, designed between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Nowadays is a well famous village of villas and hotels that redefines the landscape according to the tastes of “eclecticism” and “Liberty”. Liberty style is famous in a very vast geographical area.

Some of these villas, over time, have changed their destination: from places dedicated to summer holidays, they have become the main residence of people from Como and foreigners who have opted for a better quality of life and healthy air.


  • 27sqm terrace
  • Balcony & Garden
  • Double Garage
  • Historical
  • Historic Designation
  • Turret


  • South
  • West


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