Corso Canale 1 , 12050 Guarene (CN)
Large early 1900s villa with a square turret in Piazza San Bernardo, known as the 'commander's house', because it was built by an officer of the Italian Navy, a lover of the Roero area and who had settled in the building located in the Roero capital , also becoming mayor of the country. Unique property of its kind, which thanks to its large size, lends itself well, as well as becoming a private home again, to be transformed into an accommodation of great character, with private garden and public parking in front. Currently the ground floor is entirely occupied by garages, evacuation rooms and cellars; through the external stone stairways, which develop on both sides of the house, you enter the real house, arranged on two levels. Inside, the original floors and ceiling frescoes are still present in some rooms. On the fourth and last floor there is an attic that can be transformed into habitable, given the heights and a last room located in correspondence with the tower that characterizes the house.--02e7ec73ff88937051a44bdf967a9b30!