A villa of an unusual design built in the early 1900s. The property comprises the main villa of about 250mq including the attics, outbuildings/houses/barn/stalls of 400mq, and about 4000mq of land.
The unusual layout of the property is best described such: A private access road leads to the first gate, which enters into the classic baglio which is surrounded on all four sides with rural buildings, in varying states of repair. Directly in front a second gate leads to a staircase up to the main villa which remains unfinished, inasmuch as the left hand side of the façade was never completed due to family events. Two staircases go up to the terrace which leads along the façade, although the more practical entrance is to the side.
The layout of the villa is basically the classic villa d’epoca with a central room and rooms off. Three rooms opens onto the front terrace which has open country views across fields.
The house became a nursing home in 2001 and was remodelled, with a completely new electrical and plumbing systems, as well as a new septic tank. It means the house has 3/4 bathrooms. On each side of the house spiral staircases lead up to the attics, which are 4 rooms, of varying heights.
A tromba d’aria damaged the property in 2020, lifting off the roofs of most of the buildings. The main villa now has an entirely new roof, but there is still some remedial work to carry out. The outbuildings have not been touched – they had recently renovated roofs before the tornado, but since then have not had work.
To the back of the villa is a second entrance from a minor road, which runs along the back of the property, as well as a terrace with a grapevine and a small boiler house.
The potential for the property is huge, its location and access make it ideal for a commercial enterprise, though it would also be a very comfortable private house.
Up to three hectares of land is available by separate negotiation