In the heart of the UNESCO world heritage, stands this imposing stone farmhouse. The shapes and lines are the result of an innovative and functional recovery project completed in 2008; modernity and technology are combined with tradition, without distorting the typical characteristics of the house. Once through the entrance, a large living room with double cross vaults in stone surprises us with its brightness and the sensations of solidity and warmth it transmits; a large eat-in kitchen, a study, a bathroom, a laundry room and a bright dining room facing south through large windows complete the ground floor. The patio, connected to the living area and the dining room, offers opportunities for conviviality in full light. On the first floor the sleeping area welcomes us with 2 bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and 1 bedroom with walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom with shower and whirlpool tub; the floor is completed by a large terrace of 98 square meters. On the attic floor, a hallway, a small gym, a bedroom with en-suite bathroom with shower and Turkish bath, a large billiard room with relaxation areas where you can enjoy moments of relaxation.
The property is equipped with a latest generation burglar alarm system, home automation and underfloor heating on all floors. The attention to detail and the charm of elegance find their maximum expression in the polished stone floors of Ostuni, in the bathrooms covered in Bisazza mosaic and in the furnishing accessories among which Murano chandeliers of rare beauty stand out. Adjacent to the house, a building of about 200 square meters can be used as an outbuilding, or as a garage for 5 cars. The property is completed by a generously sized swimming pool (16x5m) whose area remains to be completed only for the flooring and a spacious gazebo adjacent to a fully equipped barbecue area.
The village of Bubbio, (from the Latin bivium, because it is placed on the intersection of Roman roads between the Bormida Valley and the Asti area), is a village in the Langa Astigiana that has kept intact some important urban characteristics, with the old houses arranged on the sides of the fourteenth-century Via Maestra, bounded respectively by the castle and the parish church, and a series of alleys and stairways that create suggestive views and stone corners forgotten by time. The town is only 10 km away from the city of Canelli, with its famous wines and its underground wine cathedrals and 18 km from Acqui Terme (a city dating back to the Roman period renowned for its thermal waters inside a territory rich in history and high quality food and wine tours, it represents a suggestive starting point for excursions to the Langa Albese with its hills of Barolo and Barbaresco, to the sea of nearby Liguria or to important cities such as Milan, Turin or Genoa, 1 hour and a half away.
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