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Luxury villa with a swimming lool in Langhe, Piedmont, Italy

1,350,000 €
  • Total area
    555 m²
  • Land area
    10,000 m²
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
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  • 2-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden

In the very heart of The Langhe–Piedmont–this 300 years old luxurious villa with 7 bedrooms, 75 sq. m. living room and mature garden with a pool.


The Villa was completely renovated in 2012.

On the ground floor there is a spacious living room with vaulted ceilings and large French sliding Windows that allow you to access the garden. The living room has access to a fully equipped and modern kitchen. There is also a Studio with access to the veranda and garden. On the other side of the house there is a suite, technical room, guest bathroom, 2 bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a gym.

From the living room you can go up to the second floor where there are 5 bedrooms and 2 spacious baths. 2 bedrooms have access to a cozy terrace where you can enjoy amazing sunsets and sunrises.

The basement has 3 large cellars with arched ceilings.

The Villa has been restored with great attention to detail and a desire to preserve all the original historical features, but some modern elements have been added for convenience too.


  • thermal glasses on all windows
  • mosquito nets
  • alarm system
  • solar panels for hot water
  • garden
  • swimming pool (11x4)
  • BBQ


This villa spreads a charm like a few others: very elegant and attractive, it’s the perfect Italian mansion for a big family.

Moreover, thanks to the big number of bedrooms, it may be also a good investment in terms of holiday rentals: you may rent the whole property or just a few rooms. Incomes are guaranteed: this area it’s near to the mountains for skiing in the winter, it’s near to the sea,

it’s well-placed for reaching the rest of Europe, but most importantly it’s extremely beautiful in every season. Moreover, thanks to the grape harvest in the autumn and white truffles, which are typically found from about November, the tourist season here is really long.

People who have moved to Piedmont, after years spent in the region, still find themselves stopping to take photos every time they go out. It’s a region, that will steal your heart.

Location and nearby infrastructure

This superb luxury villa is located in the very heart of Piedmont, an Italian region where you have it all — lakes, hills, mountains, fine wines, great food and breathtaking scenery. It's the perfect recipe for a happy life, as well as for a successful rental business.

First Town with Services: 1,5 kms

Monforte D’Alba: 6 kms

Barolo: 9 kms

Cherasco: 14 kms

Alba: 22 kms

Cuneo: 52 kms

Coast: 86 kms

Airport of Turin: 100 kms

Sestriere Ski Resorts: 130 kms

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