Rif. 0324
Lionard s.r.l. - via dei Banchi, 6 - ang. Piazza S. Maria Novella 50123 Firenze Italia - Tel. +39 055 0548100| Fax. +39 055 0548150
C.F. e P.IVA: 01660450477 - REA PT 173842 - Cap. Soc € 30.000 i. v.
www.lionard.com - [email protected]
Lionard Luxury Real Estate
Via dei Banchi, 6 - ang. Piazza S. Maria Novella
50123 Florence Italy
Tel. +39 055 0548100
Fax. +39 055 0548150
Piedmont Alessandria
Luxury Castle For Sale
DESCRIPTION
Luxury castle for sale dating back to the Xth century and constructed to resist to the Saracen attacks in Italy. Built on a
tufa spur, the castle dominates the valley and the surrounding plain offering a splendid view on the Monferrato hills with
its vineyards. The structure was first a watch tower, with a barn later incorporated for food reserve.
Under the fortress the first inhabitants of the village settled down. The last feudatories of the village, Gonzaga, enriched
the castle with a XIVth century facade, a staircase and two arches that mark the north and south entrance. Thanks to this
renovation, the castle got back its splendour to which the beautiful Italian garden was added. In the XVIIIth century a
chapel was built inside the roof-garden.
The last stylistic intervention of the property occurred in 1828, attributed to the architect Bollati who modified the
southern facade: it is a facade broken in horizontal, making a terrace on the third floor, from which we enjoy of a
wonderful view of the Alps, from Monviso to the Rosa Mount, of the Monferrato hills and of Lomellina plain.
Undoubtedly one of the prettiest castles in the region, today this estate is a boutique hotel, it has a total covered surface of
1850 m2, but it is possible to enlarge it realizing 11 bedrooms, living room and meeting room or private apartments.
Completing the estate are 7000 m2 of park and garden.
Lionard s.r.l. - via dei Banchi, 6 - ang. Piazza S. Maria Novella 50123 Firenze Italia - Tel. +39 055 0548100| Fax. +39 055 0548150
C.F. e P.IVA: 01660450477 - REA PT 173842 - Cap. Soc € 30.000 i. v.
www.lionard.com - [email protected]
TECHNICAL DETAILS
LOCATION
Alessandria was founded in 1168 upon a preexisting urban nucleus, to serve as a stronghold for the Lombard League.
Alessandria stood in the territories of the marchese of Montferrat, a staunch ally of the Emperor, with a name assumed in
1168 to honor the Emperor's opponent, Pope Alexander III. In 1348 Alessandria fell into the hands of the Visconti and
passed with their possessions to the Sforza, following the career of Milan, until 1707, when it was ceded to the House of
Savoy and henceforth formed part of Piedmont. The new domination was evidenced by the construction of a new big
Citadel (Cittadella XVIII century) on the left side of the river Tanaro. With Napoleon's success at the Battle of Marengo
(1800), it fell to France and became the capital of the Napoleonic Département of Marengo. During this period another
substantial fort was built to the north of the city containing impressive and substantial barracks which are still used as a
military HQ and stores (2006). The remains of a second fort to the south of the city (Cristo quarter) have been sliced in
two by a railway (Forte ferrovia); a third one still remains in the middle of the same quarter (Forte Acqui). From 1814
Alessandria was Savoyard territory once more, part of the Kingdom of Sardinia. During the years of the Risorgimento,
Alessandria was an active center of the liberals. In a suburb, Spinetta Marengo, the Battle of Marengo is reenacted
annually, on June 14. Alessandria was the first capital of an Italian province to be governed by a Socialist: the clockmaker
Paolo Sacco was elected sindaco. July 25, 1899 Alessandria was a tactical military target during World War II and was
subjected to intense Allied bombing, the most serious being the raids of April 30, 1944, with 238 dead and hundreds
wounded, and April 5, 1945, with 160 deaths, among them 60 children from the children's asylum in Via Gagliaudo. On
end of that month the city was liberated of the German occupation (1943–1945) by the partisan resistance and troops of
Brazilian Expeditionary Force.
Interior surface: 1850 m2+385 residential zoning
Exterior surface: 7000 m2
n. 10 bedrooms
n. 1 suite
n. 3 restaurant rooms
n. 1 bar
n.1 kitchen
plus other rooms and technical areas
parkland: 7000 m2
Alessandria km 31 – Torino km 94 – Genoa km 108 – Milano km 105 - "Il Golfino" Golf Club km 10 –Torino Airport
km 99 – Thermal Baths km 50 – Highway exit: Casale Monferrato South km 2.
Rif.: 0324
Price: On Application
Lionard s.r.l. - via dei Banchi, 6 - ang. Piazza S. Maria Novella 50123 Firenze Italia - Tel. +39 055 0548100| Fax. +39 055 0548150
C.F. e P.IVA: 01660450477 - REA PT 173842 - Cap. Soc € 30.000 i. v.
www.lionard.com - [email protected]
PROPERTY PHOTOS
Lionard s.r.l. - via dei Banchi, 6 - ang. Piazza S. Maria Novella 50123 Firenze Italia - Tel. +39 055 0548100| Fax. +39 055 0548150
C.F. e P.IVA: 01660450477 - REA PT 173842 - Cap. Soc € 30.000 i. v.
www.lionard.com - [email protected]
ITALIAN HEADQUARTER
Lionard Luxury Real Estate
via dei Banchi, 6 - ang. Piazza
S. Maria Novella
50123 Firenze Italia
Tel. +39 055 0548100
Fax. +39 055 0548150
[email protected]
Lionard Luxury Real Estate
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DIRECT ENQUIRES
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Lionard s.r.l. - via dei Banchi, 6 - ang. Piazza S. Maria Novella 50123 Firenze Italia - Tel. +39 055 0548100| Fax. +39 055 0548150
C.F. e P.IVA: 01660450477 - REA PT 173842 - Cap. Soc € 30.000 i. v.
www.lionard.com - [email protected]
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