Along the via Francigena, nine kilometers from downtown, there is the Castello del Drosso, one of the oldest monuments of Turin.
The Castle has a square plan gathered around a closed court and completed by four corner towers. The building of about 2.300 sqm spreads over three floors, is completely to be restored and it is bound by the Superintendence of architectural heritage of Piedmont.
Most of the interiors spaces are characterized by stately rooms with fine decorations.
The property, which includes a 17th century private chapel, is surrounded by a garden of approximately 2,000 sqm with tall trees and lends itself as a Foundation seat or as accommodation services.