Historic farmhouse with spectacular panoramic views, perfectly restored, with swimming pool, garden and land planted with hazelnut trees.
The farmhouse for sale has a surface area of 584 sqm while the surrounding area including the hazelnut grove measures 15,000 sqm. The property is on two floors, the ground floor is divided with a living room with kitchenette, two bedrooms with en suite bathroom, guest bathroom, double garage and a storage room. The first floor consists of a living room with kitchenette, three bedrooms each with en suite bathroom, a bathroom and the barn. The attic is dedicated to the technological part of the installations. Adjacent to the farmhouse is the technical room dedicated to heating and air conditioning with two sheds.
The renovated farmhouse has an underfloor heating system with independent temperature control for each room and an air conditioning system. Both are powered by a heat pump, which in turn receives energy from photovoltaic panels. This results in significant energy savings. Consider the great care taken to achieve a 'green' house, in fact the energy category is A3. The characteristic feature of this elegant farmhouse for sale is the open V shape, which allows a wonderful view from every room over the entire Alpine arc dominated by Monviso. Moreover, thanks to the hillside position, the view sweeps over all the vineyards in the area and as far as the eye can see over the Langhe. Waking up every morning enjoying these landscapes is an experience that provides a positive frame of mind. In fact, many people who have retired from work or who have wanted to change their lives to be close to nature have chosen the Langhe for the quality of life in this area. All this can be defined as the 'Langhe lifestyle'. This is the answer to the question "why buy a farmhouse in the Langhe?". Last but not least, since 2014, the landscape of the Langhe hills in Piedmont has been recognised by Unesco as a 'cultural landscape of exceptional beauty, characterised by an ancient historical tradition linked to the cultivation of vines and a real 'wine culture', deeply rooted in the community'. These are the enchanting settings of the Langhe, where the best Italian wines of Piedmont, Barolo and Barbaresco, are born and produced. Finally, a mention of the location, the town of Diano d'Alba, is a small municipality nestled in the Langhe area of about 3,600 inhabitants, many of whom are foreign citizens from Northern Europe who have purchased properties to live in or to do business in. All the data contained in this sheet are given as correct, however they are of an indicative nature and have no contractual value.
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