Charming apartment on the ground and first floor of Villa Edith, a late Eighteenth century residence directly overlooking Iseo Lake, along with its beautiful park with private mooring.
The apartment is about 320 square meters with one large kitchen and three bedrooms surrounded by a private park with a wonderful view of the lake. The lake front garden is at guests' disposal. Private parking available, a supermarket and Sarnico town are reachable on foot.
BRIEF HISTORICAL OVERVIEW
The building was commissioned around 1892 by architect Giuseppe Cerutti, a follower of the so-called "Eclettico" style, who was also the creator of the impressive Civic Museum of Natural History in Milan for the first "EXPO Italiana" in 1881. The complex was owned by General Clemente Luigi Franceschini, King Umberto I Field Assistant, and his wife Lady Edith Carrington Boothby, from Manchester.
The building was designed by melting - according to eclecticism - some influences of the Venetian Gothic, since the Bergamo area had been territory of the Serenissima Republic of Venice until the previous century, with the English contemporary "Queen Ann Style", very appreciated by the family.
This style is currently characterizing the architectural complex, whose name was then modified in Villa Edith.
- No additional guests are acceptable.