Exclusive Italian Villa
One of the historic Veneto properties surrounded by chestnut woods and hazel trees on the hills and olive groves and vineyards of the Veneto plain, exclusive Italian villa and annexes dating back to different periods and enclosed within 5.300m2 of grounds. The building has an "L" shaped plan and it is built around a central courtyard.
In Italy in the XVII century the luxury villa for sale was built from an older property with a rectangular plan and develops over three floors with an attic and has a covered surface of 675 m2. The facade of the villa is embellished with a two-level loggia occupying the entire width of the building. On the third floor of this exclusive Italian villa there is a single lancet window completed by a balustrade and the attic is decorated with a notched frame.
Over the following centuries the residence was enlarged with two wings to the south-east and west of the villa giving it the characteristic shape of "L". Formerly they were occupied by rooms used as barns, but today they have a different use.
The west wing, after a careful restoration, has been dedicated to an accommodation facility, a unique relais that integrates with the surrounding environment. The eleven rooms it houses are furnished with elegant antique furniture and refined accessories which helps create a welcoming atmosphere. The east wing is made up of three real estate units: two of them are stores and a garage and one hosts service rooms for the villa.
price: 5M to 10M
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Veneto VicenzaBuilt on the banks of the Brenta River in the first half of the XIII century, the town of Bassano was the property of the Ezzelini family. It then came under the control of various families until 1404, when it became part of the Republic of Venice. The Venetian rule lasted about four centuries, during which Bassano had a period of development that it is still represented by the richness of its urban fabric, in which medieval buildings mix with the fifteenth-seventeenth-century Venetian-inspired architecture. The city and its surroundings are known for their natural attractions, history, art, food and wine. Beautiful cathedrals, castles, palaces and many famous Venetian villas enrich these magical lands that gave birth over the centuries to several economic and cultural activities of international interest.
Among the most important attractions of the city it is the "Wooden Bridge" also known as the "Old Bridge", which lies on the river Brenta. The entire history of the city develops around this mythical bridge that was built for the first time by the Ezzelini family. The current structure was designed by Andrea Palladio, who thought that wood could be the most resistant material against the strong current of the Brenta River. On the left bank of the river the old town is located. There are noble buildings such as the Praetorian Palace (XIII century), the fifteenth-century Loggia of the municipality and the Sturm Palace. In the central Piazza Garibaldi, with the Civic Tower, stands the thirteenth-century church of San Francesco in the Gothic style, with remains of frescoes from various periods. The palaces and the houses are painted on the outside and offer charming views. This romantic city has always been the point of union between the Germanic and Venetian communities.