This property is a fascinating manor house in Appiano on the South Tyrol Wine Road, from which Bolzano is within easy reach. It was built around 1662 in a perfect position for dominating the valley of Appiano on the rolling hills, rich in vineyards. The property covers an area of about 2600 sqm, partially surrounded by perimeter walls. There are two separate structures: the residential building, extending over three floors, and the refurbished barn, currently used as open space with halls for receptions and events. At the main house, a stone staircase leads up to a portico with pillars and into the noble floor. The entrance hall gives access to the sitting room, the heart of the mansion, and further reception rooms. The dining room, with floor-to-ceiling wood paneling, and the kitchens are also to be found on this floor. The bedrooms and study are situated on the second floor. The ground floor is reserved for the technical and storage rooms. The property is perfectly suitable as a prestigious private residence, but alternative accommodation could potentially be created by dividing the space. The atmosphere at this manor is magical: the air that you breathe is filled with history, and the stunning panoramas of the surrounding mountains evoke life in times past, when peace, tranquility, and harmony with nature were the essence of life.