Historic Villa: former ballroom of the early 900 after a German outpost where happened the Italian Resistance, later it was called the Nevea because the large cellar for its characteristics was able to turn snow into ice.
The house is frescoed on the outside, missing part of the fence.
The property extends on the front with a terraazza in the ground and a small hill that separates it from the road, has a rustic cellar and a large garage.
The walls are all made of handmade stone.
Wide green around that also includes wooded area.
Not all the property is fenced.
The interiors are so divided lower floor with large living room and fireplace of the nineteenth century.
large kitchen, bathroom (not finished), closet
White statuary marble staircase, white Carrara statuarietto marble floors. Second floor, teak siam floors, a large 3-room entrance hall and a marble statuary quarry Michelangelo bathroom.
On the first floor large glazed surfaces with double glazing and long terrace that surrounds the house. On the second floor there are three large wrought iron terraces with decorative roses.
Attic used as storage.
Immediately below the unfinished habitable country house but with porcelain stoneware tiles already ready for installation.
Handmade stone staircase leads to the parking area and tree-lined avenue and cellar. Large historical cellar complete with barrels and demijohns.
Long outdoor walkway leads to a large garage. still ahead opens wide grassy area. On the sides of the property private woodland areas.
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