Guiglia is a municipality in the province of Modena in Emilia-Romagna, located south of the capital, it is part of the Terre di Castelli Union. It rises to 490 meters above sea level on a hill, not surprisingly, it is called “the balcony of Emilia”, since it extends on the first hills that occupy the right side of the river Panaro and from there dominates most of the province of Modena offering a bird’s eye view of the hills and the plain below.
The municipal territory of Guiglia includes the capital Guiglia and seven hamlets, has a good range of accommodation services and sports facilities, and offers a particularly interesting natural environment Regional Park of Sassi di Roccamalatina
The town has remote origins, the territory has been the spectator of numerous struggles for its possession, from those between the Ligurians and Romans, the Lombards and the Hungarians, until the birth of the first castle, due to Hungarian invasions, counted among the possessions of Matilde di Canossa was then disputed between Bologna and Modena. In the village and its surroundings there are various testimonies of the past: among these, the sixteenth-century Public Tower, an integral part of the Castle.
The apartment is located on the mezzanine floor of a new house with ancient flavors. Clad in red brick, with balconies of a bright scarlet, the building unfolds on two to three floors and the apartment, located at the top of the building, is completely independent and free on three sides.
The main entrance is from the outside, where the property begins, a small garden and a convenient parking space all fenced and bordered by a wall and a hedge and with pedestrian and driveway access.
Going up a short ramp you reach a small terrace facing east and from here inside the apartment. The typology is the classic of the three-room apartment, living area with slightly sheltered kitchenette, single bedroom, bathroom with shower and large double bedroom.
On the basement floor, there is a garage and a large and usable windowed tavern, connected to the apartment by an internal staircase that leads directly into the living area, forming a single living area.
The apartment has never been inhabited, it is complete and finished in all its parts and with medium-level finishes (windows and shutters in wood, independent heating with external boiler, armored door) a good solution for those who, at an absolute expense contained, he does not want to renounce independence but does not love isolated living.