|3 Beds||2 Baths||300 Sq.m.||1 Garages|
The location of this property is reminiscent of the region’s iconic wine culture – Barolo and Barbaresco, for example, are among the best-known wines that call Piedmont their home. In addition to its vineyards (some of which are recognised by UNESCO as World Heritage Sights), Piedmont is known for its chalets, villas and stunning scenery, full of rolling hills and snow-topped mountains. This property offers one main building with the living quarters and a further building that can be made into further living area or a guest house. On top of this, there is space for a pool, perfect for use during the hot summer months. The property needs to be renovated to return to its former glory but will be lovely property. The property is attached to another property on one side but still has a private setting. You can also easily reach the charming town of Ricaldone by foot from this property.
Whether dining on meat or risotto or fresh fruits and vegetables, you can eat well assured that the food did not travel far before arriving on your plate. Overall, Piedmont is brimming with authenticity. Other than its wines and cuisine, it is also known for its white truffles. Each year, a magnitude of tourists flocks to the festivals held in its honour. Alba, the host of the most famous of these autumn festivals, is nestled in the heart of the Piedmont region. Located in northwest Italy, Piedmont sits on the border of France and Switzerland. It is home to world-famous gastronomy and spectacular wines. Nestled at the foot of the Italian Alps, properties for sale in Piedmont boast astonishing views. Sights can include expansive lakes and fertile farm ground. One cannot forget the nature reserves of Piedmont: the Gran Paradiso National Park, Rochetta Tanaro Natural Park, Adona, Botto and Grand Valleys.
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