This former centuries-old farmhouse dates back to late '600 - early '700 and is entirely built in stone. The house is immediately habitable and offers circa 240 sqm living space. In addition, there is an access - a former hay-barn - of circa 30 sqm, in need of restoration. The property includes a garden of circa 1500 sqm.
In 2009, the farmhouse was completely restored both internally and externally, including roof restoration and installation of the heating systems, all diversified to best meet the guests' needs.
Casale Salvati Dalù features a central gas heating system with radiators and external gas bottle, and MCZ wood-pellet stoves both in the main room and in the tavern.
The property is connected to mains water and has also a private well for irrigation.
Casale Salvati Dalù develops over two floors. On the ground floor are the large living room, a room currently used for storage, the kitchen and the tavern. On the first floor, there is the main bedroom with ensuite bathroom, a second bedroom/study with adjacent bathroom, the upstairs kitchen with restored fireplace and a third bedroom.
The former hay-barn is currently used as a garage and would require restoration for conversion into residential space.
Casale Salvati Dalù is for sale at €450,000.
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