Detached house

Four bedrooms country house in Cella Monte

Four bedrooms country house in Cella Monte

Piemonte / Alessandria / Cella Monte

100.000 €

We are located in Cella Monte (AL), in the hamlet of Coppi, in a splendid hilly, dominant and panoramic position. We offer for sale a housing solution dating back to the 1800s, with new roofs, original period fireplaces, frescoes, hipped ceilings, original variegated terracotta flooring and decorated cement tiles.The structure is free on three sides, arranged on three floors above ground, with a private courtyard in front of the house and the possibility of parking. Another multipurpose building, communicating with the main house, suitable as an annexe tavern, warehouse, laboratory. On the back of the house, private garden, warehouse with fireplace, large room (former stable), garage with the possibility of parking for three cars, large and characteristic cellar. The living area is composed as follows: on the ground floor two entrances, large kitchen with fireplace, spacious living room, second entrance and hallway with staircase communicating with the upper floors. On the first floor two large bedrooms, one with fireplace, bathroom with bathtub, balcony. On the second floor two spacious bedrooms.Very bright and charming house.

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Property ID: 1528
Price: 100.000 €
Surface: 250 mq
Rooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Plans: 2
Garden: Yes
Garage: Si
State: To be renovated
Region: Piemonte
Province: Alessandria
Common: Cella Monte
Zone: Cella Monte

Territory: Cella Monte

A small village on the hills of Monferrato, in the province of Alessandria, Cella Monte is located in that part of Piedmont famous all over the world for its excellent vineyards and long history of devotion to wine production. Immersing yourself in its narrow streets, you may happen to observe shells inside the walls: they are not the work of man, but of nature. Millions of years ago there was the sea here and the Monferrato hills were its archipelagos. As the water withdraws, the sandstone remains, a stone with which the houses of its five hundred inhabitants were built. The deeper you go into the walk, the more you realize that you are in an open-air museum, which has remained exactly the same as when it was built: all around, the soft hills on which a group of houses occasionally sprouts, between the wonderful ups and downs of the vineyards that look like an impressionist painting. A landscape so beautiful that in 2011 UNESCO declared the wine landscapes of the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato the fiftieth Italian World Heritage Site.