This architectural gem is located in a secluded private corner of the small hillside hamlet of Beredino. Facing South and East it enjoys direct sunlight all year round and benefits from an unbroken panoramic view of the snow capped mountains and lush woodland valleys which border the Malcantone on Italy.
This immaculate restoration is built around a traditional Swiss Tower house and makes widespread use of the local light grey Onsernone granite.
The ground floor masterfully divides a vast open space between living room area with a fireplace, kitchen, dining area and atrium all which lead onto a wide terrace over-looking a swimming pool area and surrounded by leafy arbors all benefiting from 180 degree views.
The result is a living area that is sunny and airy in summer but still cosy and warm in winter. In the tower section, on the first floor is a minstrels galleries and in the attic there is a large office/ study with its own covered terrace.
In the annexes to the tower are six rooms and three bathrooms, large technical/laundry area with shower and WC which open onto the garden area, terraces and pool. There is also a sauna.
The property throughout is meticulously finished and the frescoes, granite cladding and terracotta roof tiles capture a unique "Ticinese" architectural tradition in a perfect harmonious ensemble. To the property belongs 18'000 sq.m land.