A fishermens’ house of the XVIII century. Adjacent and connected, yet independent from the main building.

I immediately perceived a completely different mood. Maybe because of the different materials, so raw and weathered, wisely cleaned and restored without being deprived of the centuries-old patina. The “cotto” tile or stone floors, the irregular walls, the lake-stone stair.

And the essential yet refined decoration, mixed with portraits, old photos and collectibles.

The small secret garden over the boat-house offers an unexpected point of view on the lake and the surrounding mountains.

A special energy. A different experience without changing the setting.

Casa Bianca, originally home to fishermen in the 1700 hundreds is now a unique dwelling where its ancient charm coexists with contemporary furnishings and modern comforts. While offering only two bedrooms, this house has a great kitchen, access to the garden and an exclusive terrace on the lake.