A dazzling Italian castle that comes with not one, but two private beaches has hit the market for $2.9 million.
Named Villa Castello Pellegrini, the property was built in the late 19th century.
Located in Stresa, the resort town of Lake Maggiore — the second largest lake in the country — it’s considered one of the most beautiful properties in the area, according to Jam Press.
The property itself spans more than 129,000 square feet, surrounded by land and tall trees with panoramic views of the lake.
Comprised of three buildings, the estate consists of the caste, an annex and a small cottage.
The castle is made up of three levels, and includes service rooms and two cellars.
Features include a large foyer with a marble staircase. An elevator takes you from floor to floor. A large terrace also wraps around the castle facing the lake.
Also included in the sale is the two-level annex that comes with a kitchen, a living room and two bathrooms.
Although this may seem like a decent price, the listing notes that the castle is in need of a complete renovation.
The castle was once acquired by renowned stylist Gianfranco Ferrè, who transformed it into a residence for his clients from all over the world.
Stresa Luxury Real Estate holds the listing.
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