Historic estate on the hills of Asti surrounded by 8.7 hectares of land.
It is a magnificent historic property from the early twentieth century, hidden by old trees. It has an imposing profile softened by the pink of the external plaster and by the arcade that gives it lightness.
The entire project after the 1980s was redesigned by Giovanni Bo from Asti, the architect of Cà Marcanda's, Angelo Gaja estate in Tuscany. Bo's style in this property respects the landscape, the consideration of the sacredness of the place and therefore the attention to privacy of the home.
Villa Rosa perfectly sets in the environment which looks like a painting. The estate welcomes you before entering with its image of a massive yet graceful villa, with classic stuccoes, many windows, and sober decorations.
The interior that is multiplied in many rooms, is a succession of wide spaces, rigorous but warm, in which the wood of the floors, the marble of the fireplaces and the original furnishings coexist in a perfect balance, giving the idea of a house above all comfortable, livable, inhabited as it was until very recently.
The villa is the story of more than a century of Italian elegance and taste.
- Status For sale
- Price 1.695.000 EUR
- Monthly cost
- City Langhe
- Area Piedmont
- Address Asti (AT)
- Size Villa 1000 m², plot 8.7 ha
The garden with the swimming pool and the centuries-old park surrounding the main building are only a part of the Villa Rosa property, consisting of 8,7 hectares.
From the entrance, the road that leads to the house runs along with the guardian’s house - about 120 square meters - and the sharecroppers' house - 600 square meters - with warehouses and stables.
The villa also has a garage with over 10 parking spaces.
Originally intended for Barbera d'Asti vineyards, today a part of the Villa Rosa land is reserved for the cultivation of hazelnuts, but the property is perfect to be converted into a modern wine-growing estate.
Villa Rosa, although hidden from view, is only 5 km from Piazza Alfieri, Asti. A strategic position because close to the motorway and therefore easily connected with Turin and Milan, and to the respective airports, an hour away. Villa Rosa is adjacent to a farm that produces lavender and honey and surrounded by Unesco hills, and the medieval villages. In particular, this area of Piedmont is known and appreciated for its fine wines and local products, such as truffles, meats, and cheeses.