Mansion for sale in Ferrara

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Luxury villa in Italy dating back to the XIXth century with 400m2 stable characterized by vaulted ceilings, a former bakery and two warehouses for roughly 2500m2.
The real estate is in Emilia Romagna, is enhanced by a swimmingpool and a tennis court, located within a parkland: you can find a giant cedrus Libani, a japanise sophora, elms, plane trees, carpin trees, oaks and an impressive magnolia.
The sumptuous appearance of the building's architecture and the ambience of sober elegance yet refined characterizing the whole ambient, shows the gorgeous gusto of the property. The patina of the epoch has been maintained  all over: the baroque staircase, the doors with their elegant frames, the larg window which illuminates the entrance hall, the large sitting room still has doors and fornitures dating back to the 1870's.
The dependance, is composed by 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, apart from a couple of dining areas and two kitchens and is so far the ideal place to guest tourist or friends.
The mansion for sale, with the adjoining pool, is instead structured on four levels and you can find a spaciuos entrance hall, a second entrance, a huge salon, a studio, a kitchen, a dining room and a bathroom on the ground floor, whilst the first floor is occupied by another salon, a living room and three bedrooms with private bathrooms. warehouses, closets and storage rooms takes the upper floor and the attic.
Technical Details
Interiors surface:  2500 m2
Exteriors surface:  3,6 hectares
bedroom: 3
bathroom: 5
living-room: 3
dining-room: 1
kitchen: 1
plus other rooms and technical shed
bedroom: 10
bathroom: 10
living-room: 1
dining-room: 2
kitchen: 2
plus other rooms and technical areas
Former stable - oven - n.2 warehouses
swimming pool and tennis court
parkland: 1 he
ground: 2,6 he
Comacchio Natural Park 36 km - Beaches of Ferrara 30 km - Ravenna 56 km -
Bologna 40 km - Thermal facilities 5 km - Golf Club 5 km - Bologna Airport 48 km - Highway exit A13 Ferrara 2 km

Ref: 0136
price: Up to 2,5M

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Ferrara’s origins date back to the 7th-8th century.
Marquis followed marquis and then duke followed duke. In this long line of successors to the throne, there were many different characters, but all were great lovers of the arts and sciences. The court was the hub of an intense cultural life, indeed one of the most intense in Europe.
Its renown attracted artists from all over. There were painters such as Pisanello, Piero della Francesca, Cosmè Tura, Ercole de’ Roberti, Francesco del Cossa, Titian.
Men of letters included Petrarch, Guarino Veronese, Ariosto, Tasso. Then there were the great intellectuals of the time, such as Leon Battista Alberti, Biagio Rossetti, Girolamo da Carpi , not to mention famed musicians from across Europe, including Josquin Desprez, Jakob Willaert, Cipriano De Rore, Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa, and Luzzasco Luzzaschi.
Amidst such bountiful intellectual life, the University was founded in 1391. In 1597 the last Duke, Alfonso II, died without male issue and the city, considered a Papal fiefdom, was absorbed into the State of the Church.
The city was afterward annexed to the Kingdom of Italy, it was given provincial-capital status.