Noble property dating back to the 13th century situated in a hill in the Centre of a small town, just 30 km from Turin and at 100 km from the border with France. Known under the name of ”Castello degli Albezi“ and protected by cultural heritage.
We can admire the stone portal of the French Gothic style, the lovely pietra serena mullioned window, and jambs, lintels, shelves, doors with pointed arches, perfectly preserved details that identify this property as medieval monument. It's a charming house, embellished with a 4000 m² Park that envelops nearly seems to protect it. From the top of the Tower, the large dining room with wooden flooring and beamed ceilings, offers with its Windows on three sides, an enchanting view over the entire pan around. The property is currently divided into two buildings, one of which has been completely renovated in functional key to modern life, while the side that includes the tower leaves room for various interpretations.
Outside we enjoy a former cowshed today used as a billiard room, a tavern with vaulted ceiling of great effect and two garages/warehouses.
The property is located in the historical part of Giaveno, town of 16,000 inhabitants in the province of Turin, at an altitude of 500 above sea level: a distinctive place. Walking in the alleys, we find the essence of Italy, still lively in the activity of many small shops that provide local and genuine products. The over 100 townships, the green of the High Val Sangone and the mild climate make Giaveno, the ideal destination in any season for lovers of relaxation and good food (try the mushrooms and baked bread). Those who want to undermine a receptive activity or their home they would not be disappointed.