Built in the 70s, this villa with undoubtedly intriguing connotations winks at mountain lovers and fans of mountaineering and skiing.
The property is located in the province of Trento, in the famous town of Vigo di Fassa, in a rather strategic position, not far from the heart of the town, and directly on the ski slopes and adjacent to the Catinaccio ski lifts. It also offers a breathtaking view and an enviable view of the Monzoni mountain range.
Vigo di Fassa, -In its original name Vich de Fascia, welcomes its visitors with open arms who, starting from the winter season, satisfy their thirst for the mountains while breathing the air of the Dolomites, one of the main destination destinations on a scale international for nature lovers as well as mountain professionals. The latter can take advantage of the cable car that, from the village, leads to the Ciampedie’s “panoramic balcony” at 2000 m, to admire an amazing view up to the Pale di San Martino. The site also houses the Ladin Cultural Institute, which aims to study and protect the ancient Ladin language and its Roman-Romanesque culture.
Here, at 1380 masl, there is a building with great potential thanks to its unique characteristics that can be attributed not only to its enviable location just a few steps from the town but also to the interior spaces and the possibility of expansion and the presence of land private of 2300 square meters, quite rare element in the valley.
From the terrace on the ground floor, which offers views of the wide surrounding valleys, there is direct access to the living room, a spacious rectangular room that houses a large dining table, the fireplace and is lit by a large window that extends horizontally and overlooks the surrounding greenery. On the left side of the living room, there is direct access to the first bedroom currently furnished with a double and single bed and a wardrobe. On the other side, the corridor leads to the kitchen, to the bathroom with shower and to the next boiler room, continuing, we find a second bedroom with a double bed, a large wardrobe and on the right side a bunk bed.
The villa with its generous and very bright spaces also winds up the upper floor, which is accessed via a staircase that starts from the living room, here the wood, declined in furnishings as in objects, appears as the main leitmotif to heat the rooms and wanting to reconfirm a mountain design with typically classic connotations. The corridor allows you to reach two double bedrooms both facing the balcony facing the valley which, on time, reproduce a strip ceiling. The opposite side is occupied by the bathroom and a third room, which, taking full advantage of the potential of the space, has a double bed that looks next to a bunk bed.
The house represents the typical mountain style of the ’70s both in the spaces and in the aesthetics, internally it is in good condition but with the original materials and finishes. Surely a renovation and modernization using modern construction technologies could transform the property into a single piece in the valley, a splendid villa or a luxury B&B enhanced even more by the location, the splendid panorama, and the surrounding land.
To make this property even more interesting is the possibility of its extension and by fractioning part of the land the construction of a further single-family villa of interesting size.