Expandable and reconvertible into a tourist village, the property complex called “Ex Colonie Ettore Motta” is for sale, which occupies a suburban area that alternates terraces and wooded stretches between 190 (lake elevation) and 340 m above sea level.
The dominant position on the Borromeo Gulf, the extension of the park, the morphology, the location and the structural complex make this property a unique opportunity to build an exclusive large-scale accommodation facility, surrounded by greenery.
The Former Motta Colonies present a remarkable building layout.
The numbers are impressive, if we consider that when it was active, as a summer colony, it housed up to 4,000 children.
Land area sq. m. 126,586.00
Total covered area sq. m. 6,518.07
Coverage ratio 5.15%
Gross built area sq. m. 13,820.76
H. max. buildings between 6.60 and 20.50 mt.
Total volume mc. 55,941.76
Thanks to the location and extension of the occupied area, the lot enjoys a spectacular view of the entire Borromeo Gulf, both on the Piedmontese side with its delightful Isola Bella, Isola Madre and Isola Superiore or Dei Pescatori, and on a glimpse of the Lombard shore, on the branches stretching north to Switzerland and south to the Ticino valley.
In agreement with the municipal administration of Verbania, the current ownership has drawn up a plan to rehabilitate the properties with a possible expansion of the volume to a total of 90,000 cubic meters.
The intervention is consistent with the master plan and envisages the conversion of the complex from a colony to a tourist village, in continuity with the original intended use and with the local development plan that aims at the enhancement of the territory and the historical building heritage.
In all its exclusivity, thanks to the already obtained authorization, the conversion plan now offers the possibility of creating a direct access underpass to the lake, below the state road through acquisition of a small property located near the entrance of the property.
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