At 490 meters above sea level, it is located in Guiglia, a town in the province of Modena, immersed in the rolling hills of Emilia with beautiful landscapes that make it the name of “balcony of Emilia”. A quiet village not far from the city of Modena where with a low price you can choose to live in spacious and habitable spaces.
This is the case of this portion of the house, free on three sides, renovated and never inhabited, spread over 4 floors all connected by internal stairs.
The living area is located on the ground floor and consists of a large entrance hall from which the staircase to the upper floor starts, the kitchen and the living room with exit to a large terrace with a wonderful view of the surrounding hills.
Downstairs there is a large multipurpose room of over 17 square meters, to be used as needed and the second terrace of the house, partially covered and therefore accessible in all seasons from where it also leads to the convenient cellar.
Going up to the first floor, the sleeping area, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, both with windows and one with corner shower. But the space available does not end there, the second and last floor is a versatile open space that will adapt well to be used as you please. Finally, we have the garage in a small building adjacent to the house with easy access to the street level.
We are certain that this house will not only impress you with the size and the great possibilities it offers, but also the tranquility of the place and the beauty of the landscape to be admired throughout the year, and nature will paint the alternation of the seasons, such as a careful painter who changes his canvases so as not to bore the viewer.
Guiglia is a small town but where all the main services are present, an inhabited area of ancient origins, as the territory is in a strategic position, and coveted by many populations who here in the past, clashed for the rule of the same . Among them are the Ligurians and Romans, the Lombards and the Hungarians. The ancient village reveals the splendor of when the local nobility had built, a castle that dominated from above the vast territories of the feudal lords, and which saw and survived the two wars, not free but target of new peoples who wanted to settle here.