Villa del Conte
€1,800,000Make an Enquiry
Nestled in the heart of the Veneto in a secluded position and only 10 mins by car to the famous historic town of Asolo, while Venice and Treviso are only an hour away. In the past Villa del Conte was owned by an important Venetian family and during the First World War was home to King Vittorio Emanuele III for three months. The property consists of the noble manor house in the Liberty style, which is over three floors plus a basement. Outside there is a garage and toolshed and an impressive garden planted with mature shrubs, 600 olive trees and some rows of Prosecco vines. The property also has a private pool in a panoramic position, with a changing area and shower. On the ground floor there’s a kitchen and dining area with a fireplace and two frescoed reception room, a bathroom and laundry room. The master bedroom with a frescoed ceiling and en suite is located on the first floor, this leads to another living room with terrace. There is a second master bedroom, again with en suite plus two further bedrooms and a bathroom. On the second floor there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is a large tavern in the basement with a cellar. The garage offers parking for approximately five cars.
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