- Updated On:
- October 24, 2022
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 2 Garages
- 500 m2
- Year Built: 1998
The eighteenth-century palazzo, formerly the historic home of the Pozzi family, is now the exclusive private property of a family that gave its origins to the town and still retains its residential destination, with the sole exception of a small portion that is used as a doctor’s surgery.
The location of the Palazzo is in the very central Via Madonna del Castello, which leads to the sanctuary but (located on the morainic hill known as “Monte Rocchetta”), at number 5, a very short distance from the very central Piazza Europa, seat of the town hall, in Carpenedolo (a town in the Province of Brescia not far from the renowned lakeside town of Desenzano del Garda).
The accessibility of the Lot, which covers an area of approximately 980 square metres, of which 660 square metres are destined for the garden, already fully defined with walls and gates, is ensured by a driveway and a pedestrian path serving the Palazzo
The main building, characterised by a renovation that has kept the 18th century structure intact, is arranged on three levels, all ventilated by means of wall openings:
1) on the ground floor: large kitchen with adjoining pantry, storeroom, dining room, living room and toilet, directly accessible from the courtyard in front. The first floor is accessed by a generously sized staircase clad in hammered Botticino white marble and Florentine terracotta skirting boards.
2) on the first floor: three double bedrooms, two bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes and staircase leading to the second floor.
3) on the second floor: two double bedrooms and a toilet, corridor,
A total of 440 square metres of floor space is dedicated to the residence, rationally distributed with an entrance hall and corridors for 9 spacious and bright rooms plus:, bathroom, two toilets, storage rooms, cellar and porch.
The entire residential part is adorned with easy-care treated terracotta flooring, solid wooden doors and double-glazed windows, all painted light.
Every room on the ground floor and some on the first floor are adorned with tiled stoves, all working; heating in the winter season is provided by cast-iron radiators powered by a methane gas boiler. The heating on each floor is separate. The dwelling is not equipped with a summer cooling system because the internal temperature in summer remains constantly pleasant, a typical characteristic of houses built with 18th-century materials and techniques.
The visitor is greeted by a well-kept small garden is a magnificent paved floor of solid bricks recovered from the demolition of old buildings. The porch in front of the kitchen can be equipped with garden furniture to enjoy the fine weather.
The main garden, where the swimming pool is located, is to the south of the building and is planted with fruit trees and a small area is dedicated to the cultivation of vegetables.
On the north side of the garden, opposite the main driveway access, is another detached building, with a garage on the ground floor and a storage room/warehouse on the first floor. Adjacent to this is a portico for the storage of garden equipment.
The state of conservation of the load-bearing structures, floors, plasterwork, floors, external and internal doors and windows is in a perfect state of preservation and maintenance. The walls are free of cracks, mould spots or rising damp. All rooms are dry and well ploughed. The electrical and heating systems are intact.
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