This new and exclusive 3-bedroom penthouse apartment offers wonderful views of lake Garda, which is just 50 metres away. The apartment sits within a condo, with just a few other apartments. Modern features include; a lift, with direct access to the penthouse, a solarium reached by a private staircase, offering breath taking views of the lake.
The layout comprises; a spacious and bright living room with open-plan kitchen that leads out to the terrace; the sleeping area is divided into 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The apartment also avails of a private garage.
The final additions i.e. flooring, fixtures, furnishings, etc. can be decided by the client, to best suit their tastes and preferences.
Antitheft, Conditioned Air, Elevator, Safe, Electric Gate, Double Glazing, Double Entrance, Laundry, Common Park, Car Passage, Closet, Electric Shutters, Whirlpool
|Annual expense: € 0||Floor: 2|
|Smq: 250||Orientation: North West South East|
|Grade: VA (0 [kWh/m2a])||Free Sides: 3|
|Furnishings: Not Furnished||Bedrooms: 3|
|Kitchen: Open plan||Bath: 2|
|Heating: Underfloor Heating||Sqm Garden: 0|
|Cellar: No||Sqm Terrace: 128.4|
|Property state: Under Construction||Landscape: Lake View|
Desenzano del Garda is one of the largest towns on Lake Garda’s shores. The importance of this town is also historical because the ancient Roman road, the Via Emilia, passed through here, linking Verona and Brescia. Starting from the 1st century BC, the area of the Garda, including what is now Desenzano del Garda, became a favorite resort for rich families coming from Verona, then the main Roman city in north eastern Italy.The city is a popular holiday destination in Southern Europe.
It attracts tourists from around the immediate area due to its beautiful view of the Alps on the southern shore of Lake Garda, its three large beaches (Desenzanino Beach, Spiagga D’oro Beach, and Porto Rivoltella Beach) and its 27 major hotels. Desenzano del Garda is the heart of the night life of southern Garda Lake with several discos and pubs.In the summertime its main squares, Piazza Malvezzi and Piazza Matteotti are crowded all night by young and partying people. At the heart of the city is a series of interconnected piazze that house numerous open air cafés, various shops, “gelaterie” (ice‐cream parlours).