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In a beautiful location near the center of Bruno, a small medieval village just a few minutes drive from Nizza Monferrato, a spacious and tastefully restored home with a garden of about 1,000 m² and an additional outbuilding, also beautifully restored and used as a party room and summer kitchen.
The house consists of a three-story main building with a majestic living area with living room, dining room and a spacious kitchen, living room and office. There is also a nice room with a working wood oven for baking bread, which leads to the garden through french doors; on this level there is also a bathroom and laundry room and a large carport.
Two staircases lead to the upper floor. The first staircase leads to a bedroom and another bedroom with walk-in closet, and a very large bathroom with a sauna. The second staircase leads to two more bedrooms and a bathroom. On the second floor there are three more bedrooms and a bathroom.
In the left wing of the property there is guest accommodation with separate access from a beautiful terrace overlooking the gardens. The accommodation consists of a spacious kitchen, a bathroom, a bedroom and a small veranda.
There is also a typical vaulted cellar in the basement, ideal as a wine tasting room.
▸ Ground floor
▸ First floor
▸ Second floor
The modern systems are perfectly functioning. The house has been restored with high quality materials and finishes and is ready for immediate occupancy.
The earliest evidence of an inhabited center in Bruno dates back to the Bronze Age (1st millennium B.C.), as evidenced by the two cinerary vessels found at Breia. There is no certain data on the founding of the village, but the most reliable research has the origin of the name derived from the Celtic language words Brigo-dunum, meaning fortress hill, castle. Indeed, there is evidence of a possible settlement of Celts in Monferrato around the 4th century B.C., supposedly coming from central Europe in search of land and wine. Little evidence remains from Roman times, but it appears that Bruno was on a secondary Roman road from the 3rd century BC.
The Lombards leave as the only evidence the names of streams passing near Bruno, Gherlobbia (sheepfold enclosure), Ghisone (Wiso's property). In the 10th century some Saracen settlements from France settled in the hills. Today's name Bruno originated around the year 1000. (Source: Wikipedia)
|Building type||Country home|
|Area (m²) m²|
|Land (m²) m²|
|Garden / Yard 🏡︎||✓|
|Parking 🚗︎||Tettoia · Carport|
|Condition||Ottima · Excellent|
|Est. expenses (€/month)||0|
|Tax at time of sale|