Six-bedroom estate with pool large 3,500sq m well-maintained gardens in Bassano del Grappa, Veneto. The villa has a particular period architectural style and consists of:
On the ground floor there is an elegant entrance, a beautiful living room on two levels with beautiful marble fireplace. A peculiar wooden staircase spiral shape that leads to the sleeping area. On the same floor also kitchen, the dining room, a study, a bathroom and a guest room with master bath.The all floor is surrounded by a spacious porch.
Upstairs there is a nice loft (can be used as a study) overlooking the living room and 4 large bedrooms each with its own bathroom (the master bedroom also features the wardrobe).
In the basement there is a tavern with kitchen and fireplace, another study, a billiard room, a bathroom, a laundry room, boiler room and a cellar.
Included in the property is a pool of 128 sq m with dressing room.
The city of Bassano is a colony of ancient Romans (II century b.c.) and its name was given from Bassanius, one of the coloners.
It was under the Longobards between 568 and 774 and Franchi (774-888).
In 998 the famous castle was built, and later it was called "Ezzelini," which was the name of the family that reigned over Bassano until 1259 when Ezzelino III died.
It then passed under the regency of the Visconti (of Padova) after them, for the next four centuries, was dominated by the Venetian Republic.
The Ponte Vecchio (or Ponte degli Alpini), one of the most characteristic of Italy and bridges made entirely of wood, was made in 1209 while the current bridge is based on a design by Andrea Palladio in 1569.
Bassano is 1 hour from Venice - Padua - Lake Garda - various beaches - many airports - 2 hours from Cortina d'Ampezzo - 15 minutes from Asolo - 40 minutes from Vicenza - 20 minutes from Monte Grappa
It’s popular for the kayak facilities on the River Brenta, paragliding on Mount Grappa, skiing, it’s golf clubs and cycling paths.