4 Bed Flat for sale in Verona Verona, Veneto, Italy 4 Bed Flat £389,115 | €450,000 | $506,250 Request a Currency Exchange Quote Here

In a hilly area just 800m from the town center, large attic immersed in greenery and inserted on the second and top floor in a three-family context with beautiful lake view.The property boasts a panoramic view on all sides and comprises entrance hall, kit

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In a hilly area just 800m from the town center, large attic immersed in greenery and inserted on the second and top floor in a three-family context with beautiful lake view.The property boasts a panoramic view on all sides and comprises entrance hall, kitchen, large living room, 3 double bedrooms, utility room, 2 bathrooms with window and terrace.Internally it has recently been refurbished in its facilities and some finishes and is suitable both for main residence and summer vacation home.Solution sought after by location, size and lake view.The property includes an attic, a cellar and a portion of land with 2 parking spaces as well as a share of common parts that allow the use of a large terrace on the top floor overlooking the lake, a double garage and part of the land surrounding the building.Garda is one of the most popular holiday resorts on the Riviera of Olives.The town is located in one of the most beautiful coves of the Veronese coast of the lake and is about 32 km from the city of Verona.Garda borders the popular tourist destinations of Torri del Benaco and Bardolino and is dominated by the Rocca, the ruin of a tower of the early Middle Ages.Garda is the town that gave its name to the lake, which was previously known as Benà cus or Benà co.The name Garda comes from the German word "warte" (guard, lookout) and refers to the fortress, which in the Middle Ages was one of the most important observation points.There are several tests that the area was occupied very early, such as the remains of stilt houses dating back to the Bronze Age or graffiti on Mount Luppia representing animals, wars, knights, trees and labyrinths.The historic center still exerts the charm of the medieval city, with small colorful houses that flank the narrow alleys.To the north east of the cove is Punta San Vigilio, one of the most magical places on the lake.It is a small peninsula with a chapel, a guesthouse, a villa, a small port and the wonderful Baia delle Sirene.In Garda there are numerous villas and palaces, the most beautiful and noteworthy are the Palazzo dei Capitani, Villa Alberini, Villa Canossa and the Hermitage of San Giorgio sulla Rocca.Every Friday the weekly market is organized which includes the sale of numerous local products and clothing for adults and children.In Garda you can easily walk around the wonderful walks on the lake and its small port full of typical Italian boats is one of the most loved photographic subjects.Enjoy the beautiful sunsets in a café on the beach while sipping a Venetian or a Hugo and during the day take walks and bike rides to discover the largest lake in Italy.
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