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20th century villa with a splendid view

470,000 €
290 m2
6 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
Code
VGRO01
City
Gromo
Category
Villa
Locals
8
Garages
1
Car places
3
Sqm garden
10000
sqm Terrace
20
Floor
Mezzanine
Energetic class
G
691.8 kWh/m²a
Property Conditions
Good
Rank
Elegant
Position
Mountain
View
Open View
Orientation
North West South East
Free Sides
4
Garden
Private
Furniture
Furnished
Type living
Salon
Kitchen
Eat-In Kitchen
Heating
Independent
Heating Type
Caldaia
Tipo Impianto
Radiator heating
Fonte Energetica
Natural Gas Heating
Hot Water
Independent
Fixtures
Wooden double glazed
Doors
Good
Blind
PVC Blinds
Apartments
Two
Accessories
Fireplace, Satellite System, Closet
Gromo, characteristic medieval village of the Upper Seriana Valley, in a splendid dominant position over the historic center and the entire valley, historic Villa of the early 1900s designed by the Ferrari architect. The building has a double access, pedestrian through the ancient mule track that from the historical center goes up towards the hamlet of Ripa and driveway through a private road that goes up inside the owned wood. The Villa has been divided into two residential units, the first of which is composed of a living room, a kitchen, two large double bedrooms and a bathroom. The apartment is characterized by coffered ceilings, large windows and floors with ceramics of the time and olive wood flooring. The second house is located on the first and second floor, internally composed of living room, kitchen with magnificent terrace, two large double bedrooms and bathroom, upstairs there are four rooms with bathroom still rustic.
The property includes two large cellars, garage, parking spaces, garden and part of the forest within which there is a tool shed originally used as a stable for horses.

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via portula , Gromo (BG)

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