This period property for sale in Italy has double access: the driveway which leads out of the front courtyard and a pedestrian access side entrance.
The building stretches over around 870 square metres, as well as the basement cellar of around 140 square metres and the covered portico which also measures around 140 square metres. The property has a further habitable unit with independent access from the ground floor to two floors of around 120 square metres.
On the right, just inside the courtyard flanked by a fully arched porch and supported by columns typical of the sixteenth century are two rooms used as a woodshed and a tool shed. On the left, one enters the ground floor where one finds the kitchen with separate larder, a large sitting room, two bedrooms and an ample studio as well as two utility rooms. The kitchen gives access to the basement cellar with vaulted ceilings in Lombardy red brick.
All of the ground floor rooms have access to the private park which spreads out behind the property. A staircase leads from this floor to the first floor which is symmetrical to the floor below. Here we find a large studio, three bedrooms, a large bathroom and a series of other spaces that could easily be converted into liveable spaces during the renovation process. From this floor there is access to the attic floor which is currently a loft space.
Energy Class: G.
Although in good structural condition, with the roof tiles subject to recent repair work; the property needs to be renovated in order to fully develop its potential.
The architectural elements that are still present today are part of an important body of work carried out in the past: the high ceilings are mostly covered in "Liberty" style frescoes and all the doors are in solid wood, in good condition and able to be repaired, and the same goes for the ceilings which are decorated in harmony with the floors.
The property enjoys a 450 square metre courtyard and 2,500 square metres of fully fenced private park.
Usage and potential
The Pavese Monastery, considering its residential context, could be restored with an eye to creating several residential units with beautiful shared outside space or instead, thanks to its ample size, it could be converted into a business for accommodating guests.