18th Century “Malaspina Palace” Apartment in Pontremoli, Tuscany, Italy

Listing Description

"In the historic center of Pontremoli, in the splendid setting of Via Cavour, we offer spacious Nobiliare Apartment of about 250 sqm. located in the First Floor, in an ancient stable of 1700 called “Malaspina Palace”. The apartment is composed of exclusive entrance, large kitchen, seven rooms painted with important dimensions, two bathrooms, storage room and a pleasant covered terrace of about 14 sqm. Peculiarities are precious paintings dating back to the late 1700s, with original details of the period, such as Flooring, Interior and Exterior Fixtures. Heating is autonomous to Gas Methane. Three oiginal fire-place. On the ground floor there is a large cellar with two additional accessories.

This property is situated in Lunigiana, the northernmost part of Tuscany. A region full of mystery, surrounded by hills, woods and chestnut oaks, vineyards, olive groves overlooking the famous Apuan Alps. Each village is rich in history and monuments and castles to visit. Nature trails (Hiking, Horse, Mount bike) and the famous Via Francigena, which connects with ancient Rome."

OHDO Notes

2690 square feet.

Location: ia Pietro Bologna, 54027 Pontremoli, Italy. At the time of this post, €280.000 ($314,491 USD). For more information on this property contact Terra di Lunigiana .

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    Karen Zaccagnini

    I love the height of the ceilings and all of the details and embellishments there, but I would have to lighten the rooms somehow. There is not enough light in the rooms, so I would have to do something with the walls. Maybe remove (or paint a light color) over the top part of the walls, keeping some of it on the bottom. I really love this place and wish that there was a balcony! I think that the price is right!

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    Reneau de Beauchamp

    As compared to previous ceiling paintings, these appear in pristine condition. The ‘tout ensemble’ of floors, walls, and ceiling is beyond impressive. Unfortunate that the prosaic yet essential bathrooms & kitchen aren’t shown. This area is the ‘up & coming’ region of Tuscany.

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    Ceyla

    How grand! I suppose if you can afford to live there you would also have house staff and not care what the cooking area looks like. Very impressive! Thank you Kelly.

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