This charming Italian villa, nestled in a small Italian village called Revigliasco, just a few kilometers minute of Turin, has just hit the market, priced at €3,2 million. The 17th century mansion once belonged to Count della Roccia di Quoise. The property, comprises a gorgeous 650 square-meter main home, as well as the housekeeper’s house, an Italian garden that benefits from Gabetti Isola’s very special touch, and a baroque chapel that was built in 1668.
The main house is divided on three levels. The ground level features two living rooms, a studio, a dining room, a furnished and luminous kitchen and two bathrooms, while on the first floor is the master bedroom with a walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom.
There are also three large bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms and walk-in closets as well. The property is very well kept , but the second floor is a fixer-upper and needs repairs.