This 18th-century Baroque mansion was home to Napoleon during the Battle of Marengo and sits on over 60 acres. Its excessiveness is awesome and mind-blowing.
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The property sits on 60 acres and features 13 bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and even a private chapel.
It’s located in the Piedmont region of Italy. The landscape features lush gardens, a vineyard in need of restoration, and the possibility of growing truffles and cherries.
The horseshoe-shaped property sits in the middle of one of Italy’s most beloved private parks, but has a gated entrance.
The property was designed by the respected Baroque designer and architect Filippo Juvarra.
The house also features two dining rooms, two kitchens, ten reception rooms, and a guest house.
The walls are covered in frescoes, and most of the original features remain.
The real estate listing mentions that the central and eastern wings of the house are in move-in-ready condition, but some of the service areas are in need of renovation.
The villa can be used as a private residence or converted into a resort.
The real estate agency lists another property for the same price in London. For the same 5.8 million dollars, you can have this village or a mere two-bedroom apartment!
What other real estate listings have you seen that include their own chapel that accommodates 30 people?
Anyone have a couple extra million lying around and want to go in on this with me?
5.8 million is a lot of money, but can you put a price on owning a piece of history?