Ticino Prestigious Luxury Off Plan Apartments

Apartment Switzerland, Ticino, Lugano ticino
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Spacious and Luxurious off-plan investment apartments with breathtaking views over Lake Maggiore, Ticino, Switzerland.
Features a luxury fitness Spa 

Suisse nationals can buy as second home

Foreigners can buy

Completion date: September 2020

  • From 2 bed to 6 bed luxury
  • CHF 1,120,000  for 2 Beds. 127 m2 inside space plus huge terrace.
  • 6 Bedroom Penthouse
  • 361m2 inside space plus huge terrace.

A privileged position made even more special by exclusive services; the nearness to the hotel is an added value, with the possibility of using its leisure facilities and health treatments.

The care of the body — the house where your dreams are born — a vital ally for a calm and gratifying life, and this is the reason why ESTATE & ESPLANADE has decided to integrate its housing proposals with the historical services offered by Hotel Esplanade:

A beautiful swimming pool within the hotels private park, offering relief from warm summer days , relaxing in the shade of palm trees with a sunset drink.

For the more energetic you have a fully equipped Gym, Spa , Sauna, Turkish bath and Jacuzzi, complimented by the many beauty and relaxation treatments performed by wellness professionals.

The restaurant, "La Belle Époque with it's delicious cuisine created by world renowned chefs could only be upstaged by the beauty of the terrace you are served on with it’s stunning panoramic views over Lake Maggiore.

If you wish to explore Ticino and the surrounding area and all it has to offer you have your own exclusive chauffeur service. 

General Features

International School of Ticino
Università della Svizzera italiana
Fondazione Cardiocentro Ticino

About the resort

Ticino is an Italian-speaking region in southern Switzerland with palm-lined lakes and sharp Alpine peaks. Its architecture, cuisine and culture is closely related to that of neighboring Italy. Bellinzona, the capital of Ticino, is home to medieval castles. Lugano, a town on glacial Lake Lugano, is known for its waterfront promenade and Piazza della Riforma, a square lined with neoclassical buildings.