The complex of buildings for a total of 2140 square meters, dating back to the mid-1800s and more precisely to 1866 (date carved on the ridge beam of the Casa Alpina), is completely immersed in greenery, at 1500 meters above sea level in the wonderful Valle di Gressoney. Originally the Alpine House consisted of a main body: the patronal house, still recognizable by the size and type of architecture, arranged on four floors, equipped with an important entrance with a staircase and stone frame. The adjacent Genzianella, an equally fascinating building that in the past represented the rural part of the complex, is instead arranged on two floors. Both buildings have the typical characteristics of the Aosta Valley: masonry and stone, the classic losa roofs and the wooden structure. The windows, doors and long balconies that characterize in an important way the facades that are also "designed" by the numerous and bright openings aligned are always wooden. The internal distributive changes made over time to the two buildings have not altered the characteristic architectural elements. The same original materials, ceilings, wooden beams and period bricks still express the charm of the past, still retaining an aura that smacks of tradition and respect. The property includes approximately 4,000 square meters of land.--1dcc6d2dd2b72a5fdf7c93eee04f11c0!
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