10 bedroom villa for sale
Italy - Lazio, Frosinone, Alvito
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- 25 Rooms
- Terrace 70 mē
- Electrical system In accordance
- Wooden frames
In Alvito, in Via San Giovanni we sell Palazzo Nobile of 1400.
The Palace of MQ 950 is spread over 3 levels.
Ground floor: entrance and local cellars;
First floor: Noble rooms, colonnade Terrace, Roof garden. MQ 300 approx;
Second floor: Noble salons, panoramic terrace. Mq 300 approx.
The structure, from the late Renaissance period, forms a logical continuation of the adjacent ducal palace belonging to the gallium (now seat of the town hall). In fact it is said that in that place there were the appliances at the service of the governor's apartment. This palace was inhabited, starting from the end of 1200, by a branch of the noble family Castrucci and precisely by Marco Petruccio, who here found the exile in 1329 from Lucca following the outcome of the wars between Guelphs and Ghibellines. Marco Petruccio, son of Marc'Antonio and Francesca degli Antelminelli, thanks to this patrician parentage by mother, he received the title of Count of the Garfagnana (1326) from the Duke of Lucca, Pisa and Pistoia (Castruccio Castracane degli Antelminelli) and Followed by Duke of Castelnuovo (1327) by the Emperor Ludwig the Bavaro. The descendants of this family have lived since then always to Alvito rising slowly from the economic difficulties derived from the exile (especially at the hands of Anastasio in the XVIII century) and over time have contributed to write interesting pages of History of the country through characters such as Giovan Paolo Mattia Castrucci (1575-1633), who is remembered for having written for the first time a text on the history of the Duchy of Alvito (1599). The branch of Pier Castruccio (1543), a great by Marco Petruccio, has always formed the main family of the town. It, together with the ancient fourteenth-century castle, possessed vast rustic and urban properties, including the Palace of which we speak. From the end of the nineteenth century to the second half of the twentieth century the palace was inhabited by the last descendants (Valerio and his son Vincenzo), who undertook father in son the not easy profession of doctor. This beautiful and stately building today represents, together with others, the living testimony of an age of historical-cultural splendor
Price lowered to ?350,000.00.
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