Old Lombard farmhouse of 700 'with adjoining cheese factory for the production of dairy products.
The property consists of the main part on 2 levels, an apartment of the keepers, the cheese factory for the production of dairy products;Garage / barn and shelter styling tools and extensive grounds complement the house.
The Valcuvia is characterized by clearly mountainous areas stretching between Mount Nudo (1235 m) and Monte Campo dei Fiori (1226 m), opening on Lake Maggiore, and mainly east-west orientation. Part of the valley is crossed by the Boesio stream that flows into the lake at Laveno.
The Valcuvia is characterized by a prealpine climate. However, the valley has some climatic features, especially during the winter months. Normally, during winter, the climate is stiffer, while during the summer it is always fresh and mitigated by the presence of Lake Maggiore.
An example may be the snowfall during the winter months: snow accumulation is more substantial in the countries at the foot of the Flower Field, compared to the accumulations of those countries that deviate from the mountains to the south-southwest.
Its name derives from the historically most important village that was Cuvio, the capital of Feudo, where the civil authorities resided: the Feudatary and the Pretore, and was the seat of Pieve and of District. Some want to derive it from the Latin "vallis cum via," "Valley with the Way", since it has probably been a place of passage since Roman times. If so, it would be a unique exception because other valleys had the same feature without no one taking their name from their generic road. Another particular place is Arcumeggia (fraction of Casalzuigno), whose name derives from the Latin "arx (rock)" and "medium (middle)", as it is halfway between two valleys and was home to a fortress No longer existing.