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Immersed in the tranquility and greenery, just a few minutes from the city of Asti, we find this splendid villa, whose origins place it in the past centuries as a summer residence of the Dominican friars. The property is renovated, it is on three levels and it measures a total of about 800 internal square meters. On the ground floor there is a study, a living room with fireplace, a kitchen overlooking an outdoor area with gazebo and stain glass window, equipped with oven and barbecue, a dining room with decorated ceiling, and a bathroom. The ground floor connects to another unit, potentially also independent, which can be accessed both internally and from a separate entrance. There we find, on the ground floor, a kitchen, a living room with typical barrel vaults, a bathroom, and a laundry room, while on the upper floor there are a bedroom with en suite bathroom, two bedrooms, a dressing room, and a bathroom. We go up to the first floor of the main body of the villa through a beautiful stone staircase and we find the sleeping area consisting of the master room with security door, wardrobe and en-suite bathroom, two bedrooms, one with en suite bathroom and a bathroom. The second floor features a beautiful living room with windows, a panoramic tower, and three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Enchanting and full of charm is the thirteenth-century cellar, completely renovated and used for tastings and for its own wine production. A beautiful garden of about 1000 meters frames the villa and it is the perfect location for a splendid infinity pool, heated with solar panels and equipped with a bar area, bathroom with dressing room, and showers. The land of the property measures a total of one hectare, of which about 1,000 square meters are gardens, 1,000 square meters planted with Barbera grapes, and the remaining wood and agricultural land. The villa is located on the outskirts of Asti, less than an hour from Turin and it is an excellent base for exploring the renowned hills of the Langhe and Monferrato.