5300
Surface
m2
48
Total rooms
Energy class
Location
  • Reference:
    14252
  • Contract:
    Sale
  • Category:
    Castle
  • Town:
    Montiglio Monferrato (AT)
  • Address:
    Via Vincenzo Coconito
  • Condition:
    Excellent
  • Heating type:
    No
  • Floor:
    Ground
Upon request
The castle of Montiglio continues to dominate with its size the village and the Hill on which it stands featuring the profile at a great distance. The current building, with irregular, elongated L shape, is the remaining part of a more complex structure that had U-plan: keep the Center and upper body stretching in front of the South front, up to the building that now stands isolated at the Southwest end of courtyard. This plant, which makes the most of defensive capabilities of the site corresponds to the medieval. Main bastionated face was probably added in the 16th century. Eighteenth-century relief highlights the unique shape of the fortress, composed of structurally independent towers aggregate as granting the maximum efficiency for the purpose of Defense. In the curtain wall from Nice weaving draped the four houses still exist today and merged, tans the ancient battlements ghibelline and louvers swabbed. In the first, starting from the East two large mullioned Windows with small pillars illuminate a large Salon. In the four houses stand-level compartments are covered with barrel vaults, the upper ones from wooden floors. Initially organized on three levels above ground and fortified by a strong city walls, the castle of Montiglio suffered substantial interventions in the 18th century, especially at the top of the wing to the Northwest, giving the Manor residential with dignity creating a staircase, an elegant arched Salon dilated from fake quadrature, a terrace surmounted by a tower, a porch that opens to the garden to the North, where hedges and plants of lauro ceraso draw a charming maze. Large wineries turn came around the same time equipped for the production and storage of wine. In the small chapel, dedicated to St Andrew and Gaudenzio, a 14th-century frescoes. 6,000 sqm. tallest building in the Park.

Features

  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Furnished
  • Fireplace
  • Swimming pool
  • Air conditioning
  • Terrace
  • Balcony
  • Sea view
  • Lake view
  • Panoramic view
  • Mountain view
 
 

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