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Typical mill belonging to the nineteenth century partially but restored in a wise way, keeping the original structure and the materials (wood and stone) unchanged. It is immersed in 3 hectares of wood (oaks and nut-trees) of the property, where it is possible to find the typical seasonal products and harvests (mushrooms, black truffles, asparaguses, nuts, hazelnuts etc.), and it is located very near to a stream.
It is still possible to follow the path of this stream that used to lead to an ancient mill belonging to the eighteenth century. The building of about 190 square metres has three floors with a basement where the water used to flow (likely to become a tavern) and an attic.
On the ground floor there are two large rooms to be restored.
An external stairs lead to the first floor and on it you can find a wide kitchen plus living room. These have been restored, having stone walls, a big fireplace and the roof having the original drafted beams. Nice stairs made of stone lead to the bathroom, provided with hydro-massage and shower; on the second floor there are three bedrooms.
The restored part of the mill is provided with fresh water, heating and electricity.
The nearest small town, with its castle and hospital, is well linked by a provincial road.
It is provided with all sorts of facilities such as post office, church, shops and grocers, bars etc. Near to this town, there is also a nice antiquity fair which is open all the year.
The location of the mill gives the chance to be fully immersed in a peaceful and natural environment, where you can have nice walks or practise sport (like hunting and fishing)
and visit very famous historical and artistic cities.
n. 1 outbuilding