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Amazing Period Property With Splendid Lake Views

Prices starting at €1,650,000.00

Welcome to this stunning villa located on the Bergamo side of Lake Iseo, in the charming and pleasant village of Tavernola Bergamasca. This late 19th-century villa, built in the classic Italian style, boasts an impressive Art Nouveau design and is situated on 20 thousand square meters of land, offering breathtaking views of Monte Isola, Isola di San Paolo, and Monte Guglielmo.

The villa is conveniently located just 300 meters from the center of Tavernola Bergamasca, where you can find a pedestrian walkway along the lake, shops, restaurants, a pharmacy, bars, and a pier. The quality of life in this area is excellent, with mountain paths for hiking and a sailing club for water sports enthusiasts.

As you enter the villa through a private gate and coastal road, you’ll be greeted by an impressive entrance with a staircase, leading to a ground floor patio with stunning views. The villa features two/three covered parking spaces, a cellar/large storage room, and a tavern.

The first-floor apartment offers a spacious living room with a wooden balcony, a kitchen, a bathroom, a large room with a fireplace, and a storage room with external access from the north side of the villa. The open space for lounging or lunch is perfect for enjoying the spectacular views.

The second-floor apartment features a living room with a balcony, a kitchen, a bathroom, a bedroom, and a wooden staircase leading to a suggestive beamed attic with a spectacular view.

With 330 square meters of commercial space and 310 square meters of living space, this villa offers eight rooms, two bathrooms, and a balcony. The property is in good condition and was built in 1870, with a south-facing orientation and a total land area of 20,122 square meters.

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the best of Italian living in this stunning villa on Lake Iseo.  Contact us today to schedule a viewing!


On the western coastal road, ten minutes by car from Sarnico, after a couple of tunnels alternating with stretches of coastline with inlets and beaches, lies Tavernola Bergamasca with its pretty lakeside promenade. A terrace overlooking the port, on the opposite side of the road, leads to the old town, which stretches against the hill.

Once in Tavernola, the clock tower or Torre dei Fenaroli from the 14th century catches the eye, the only well-preserved building of the ancient medieval fortification, which was later raised and transformed into a bell tower. The rest has been lost over the centuries, especially in 1906 when a portion of the delta on which the village is built slid into the lake. From the tower it is possible to reach the historical centre where is located the parish church of Santa Maria Maddalena, built on the ruins of the castle. Inside, in Baroque style, there is a marble altar and paintings of the ‘500 – ‘600. A steep stone pedestrian road leads to the 13th century Romanesque parish church of San Pietro, where it is possible to admire frescoes by Romanino. Also worth mentioning is Villa Fenaroli which, dating back to the sixteenth century, has a large botanical park.

Frescoes by Romanino –
At the beginning of the second decade of the 16th century, Romanino painted two wall paintings in the Romanesque parish church of San Pietro. The first, on the left wall of the presbytery, appears to the visitor as a large choral scene with the Virgin at the top, in the centre, between St. George and St. Maurice. On the lower register, Saints Peter and Paul complete the representation. The second painting, located at the top of the counter-façade, is an unfinished work, later covered with a layer of white plaster, under which, however, you can recognise a few fragments related to a Crucifixion.
Black cherry cake –  Don’t forget to try the typical cake, made with short pastry and black cherries, in the village bakeries!

Monte Isola – An excursion to Monte Isola, located right in front of Tavernola, is a must. The island can also be reached by boat in winter. Info and timetable: Navigazione Lago d’Iseo
Walk in Cambianica – A walk leading to the hamlet of Cambianica, an ancient medieval centre on a hillside; here there is the Romanesque church of S. Michele, known as San Michelone with internal and external frescoes; anyone wishing to do so can continue to the sanctuary of Cortinica, a temple created to commemorate the escape from the threatening plague of the 17th century, and then descend first to the church of S. Pietro and then along the promenade.
Walk in Gallinarga – Another pleasant walk is the one towards the hamlet of Gallinarga, a group of ancient houses, where it is interesting to visit the little church of S. Giorgio; it is advisable to reach the hamlet by taking a footpath halfway up the hill and then by via Moia.

By bus –
Tavernola Bergamasca is serviced by the company Bergamo Trasporti . Rout E, C40a, C40b – Info and timetable: Bergamo Trasporti
By boat
– Tavernola Bergamasca is reachable also by boat. In winter, only one morning boat ride. Info: Navigazione Lago d’Iseo

Year Of Construction
Size In Mq
Yes with Lake Views
Private Parking Space
Extra Storage
Lake and Mountain Views
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