Laveno fraction Mombello, detached house of ca 150 sqm on the first floor and ca 90 sqm on the ground floor. The land is ca. 2800 sqm of which ca. 600 sqm garden and ca. 2,200 mp forest. The house is in good condition and consists of: ground floor of approx. 90 sqm rustic, consisting of cellar, storage room, garage. The first floor consists of an entrance hall, a living room with exit to the balcony, a kitchen with exit to the balcony, two double bedrooms, a bathroom with shower. Energy class under evaluation Euro 160,000 Euro In Laveno we find the infrastructure with three supermarkets, various clothing shops, shoes, bags, stationery shops, perfumeries, tobacconists, herbalists, wine shops, bookshops, seamstresses, perfumeries, telephony, pharmacies, bars, ice cream parlours and restaurants, pizzerias, bakeries, medical practices, real estate agencies, florists, hairdressers, electrical appliances, computer and service shops, banks, the post office, bazaars, organic food shops, etc. Every Tuesday there is a market with many stalls, and during the year many markets. In addition, in Laveno Mombello there are two railway stations, a bus station, a cable car station, and a ferry terminal with ferries to Intra and the Borromean Islands every 20 minutes. Another attraction is the cable car that offers a spectacular view of the lake. As there are two railway stations, trains easily reach Milan and Varese. The nearest hospital with an emergency room can be reached in 10 minutes by car. Many small sandy beaches can be reached in a few minutes by car. Luino, which is 15 km away, has the largest market in Europe every Wednesday, which attracts many foreigners. As well as being the gateway to interesting boat routes on Lake Maggiore, it is a pretty town set in a natural gulf. It has numerous religious and civil buildings including the church of S. Maria in Ca Deserta. Laveno is one of the main ports of call on the lake. Lake Maggiore or Verbano is a pre-alpine lake of fluvioglacial origin, the second largest in Italy. Its name 'Maggiore' derives from the fact that it is the largest of the lakes in the area, but it is actually the second largest in Italy.