Two-family Langhe stone farmhouse is a short distance from the wine town of Santo Stefano Belbo. The house has three levels and a fourth can be added. It has been renovated using quality materials and has excellent rental potential.
The exterior has been painted and there are some works still to complete such as painting the shutters and finishing off some outside flooring - these things will be done in the coming weeks.
There are 2 large living rooms with attached kitchens, 5 double bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 laundries, a garage and an underground parking area and cellar. The roof space could also be used.
The ground floor has a large living room, kitchen, bathroom and laundry. The first floor has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms then a short step up leads to an upper level and living area that has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms but by closing a door from the lower area this can be used as a separate 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment - great for vacation rental!
Above this is the roof space that is insulated and ready to install more living space should you require it.
The outside space is great, with 2,000 sqm of grass, great views and plenty for space for seating areas, pool, BBQ area, etc.
The property has gas and pellet /wood heating systems, mains water and electricity. The house has a new roof of 'cotto' tiles. Floors are solid wood, stone and ceramic. Most rooms have curved vaulted ceilings.
This Langhe home is perfect if you want to live in one part of the house and rent the other, or just have a lot of space for family or friends!
A great Langhe home that will sell very quickly so don't miss it. We can take you for a visit anytime you require.
3 separate living areas
Great rental potential
Close to town
The house is spacious
This is well worth a visit
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Santo Stefano Belbo (Langhe, Piedmont, Italy)
Of Roman origins, Santo Stefano is a land of great vineyards of Moscato. One of Italy's most famous writers was born and worked here - Cesare Pavese.
Its castle was destroyed in 1635, only a tower remains. The area is popular for home buyers from outside of Italy and for visitors.