The building dates back to the early 16th century, it was built and originally belonged to the family of the marquis Spinola who gave it later to the Piedmont branch of Torlonia Family. Over the centuries the structure was destroyed and rebuilt. The current architecture dates back to 1800. The residence was originally used as a hunting lodge and was attached to a background of over 300 ha, subsequently dismembered for sales. Thanks to this prerogative the Villa is now surrounded by vineyards and unspoiled nature. We are in the heart of the lands of Gavi, the prestigious white wine exported all over the world.
The complex is developed as a court with the classic rectangular courtyard, enclosed on one side, from the main building which is spread over4 floors above ground and one underground floor and the other sides by 3 buildings each with 2 floors.
The body of the building facing the road includes a chapel dedicated to Our Lady of Mercy. The east and west sides are characterized by 2 massive square based towers which are accessible via stairs. The Palace itself is open to a soberly elegant garden which emphasizes the main floor where through a monumental stone staircase you enter the ballrooom decorated with a remarkable stone fireplace and decorated ceiling. The main building is still in good conditions and has a prestigious architecture. The tower are in sound condition like all the foundations. the lateral wings have a new roof coverage with new wooden trusses. behind the main building is located a park of about 3.2 ha crossed by a foothpath. The complex currently has an area of 5264.70 sq m. exluding cellars attics and the inner courtyard. There is the possibility of a new building of 4400 sq.m. so the estate can reach about 9700 sq.m. of residential floor area in addition to any underground and open porches.
All these features plus a stunning location make this estate a great business opportunity.
Gavi is about 50 km far from Genoa and 90 km from Milan. It’s also 8km far from the Mc Arthur Glenn designer outlet shopping center.