2 bedroom apartment, 60 m²

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Reference: 416

  • Price: € 100.000
  • Condition: Completely restored/Habitable
  • Habitable surface: 60 m²
  • Energy efficiency class: F
  • Energy efficiency value: 222.46 kWh/sqm
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Garden
  • Garage
Distance from:
  • Airport:
  • Milano MXP: 23 Km
  • Milano LIN: 69 Km
  • Milano BGY: 92 Km
  • Torino TRN: 96 Km
  • A corner of paradise just a few minutes from Arona. In the hill between Arona and Meina, very convenient from the Meina Ghevio highway exit, we find this small but charming complex with views of the hills and the lake. The apartment for sale is on the ground floor, with private garden where you can enjoy a relaxing view of the lake, comprising living room with open kitchen, double bedroom, single bedroom and bathroom. Complete with two garage and beautiful landscaped communal garden. MEINA Follow the updates in real time on our Facebook page "Professionecasa Arona" by putting it on the page. Meina (Mèina in Piedmontese and Lombard) is an Italian town of 2,517 inhabitants in the province of Novara in Piedmont. It is situated on the Piedmont side of Lake Maggiore at the mouth of the Tiasca stream. Located on the Piedmont side of Lake Maggiore, the municipality followed with its inhabitants the events first of the Duchy of Milan and the Borromeo, the Counts of Arona, later the Kingdom of Sardinia, then that of Italy. Over the centuries it has been the residence or holiday resort of many families belonging to the nobility and the upper bourgeoisie of Lombardy and Piedmont: the nobility of Luatti or Lovati was distinguished by possessions, alongside the noble families Visconti di Massino and Sessa (extinct in Gatti Grami) , but residing in Lesa. More recently, since the nineteenth century, the noble families Caccia-Piatti, Fossati de Regibus, Bossi Fedrigotti, but especially Faraggiana, built a sumptuous palace with a neoclassical park in the second half of the century. Among the bourgeois families are the Mondadori, owners of the homonymous villa, the Novarese Luoni and Galli, but also the Favini, Milanese, who commissioned the construction of Villa Carlotta, today Hotel Paradiso. During the nineteenth century Meina became a major industrial center: being able to exploit the waters of the Tiasca settled three important paper mills, all equipped with continuous steam machines. A silk spinning was added to these before, in 1854, and then, by the initiative of the entrepreneur Emilio Foltzer, a large factory of lubricating oils and greases for machines. In the territory of the municipality other factories of smaller size and importance were established.
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