Villa conceived in the 60s by the well-known and brilliant architect Sergio Hutter, located in the most prestigious hill of Turin, in a panoramic position and immersed in a beautiful park with swimming pool and fine secular plants. The property, of peculiar and well-defined architectural style, is externally articulated on several levels. The interior spaces, of about 730 square meters, have a distribution that falls outside the classic canons and follows the declivity of the ground. On the ground floor a large entrance, enriched with details in travertine in open spot, divides the living area from the sleeping area. The living area consists of a large living room with a lofted area and with large windows facing the inner courtyard, a guest bathroom, a dining room adjacent to the kitchen both overlooking the garden. The sleeping area consists of three large bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and walk-in closets as well as a space dedicated to laundry and ironing. Upstairs there are three master bedrooms, including two with en-suite bathrooms. In the basement, a garage of about 160 square meters with a capacity of 8 parking spaces, as well as accessory compartments such as a thermal power plant, a cellar, two clearance rooms, and a tavern. A garden of about 5,000 sqm and a swimming pool complete the property. The convenient location to the services but nestled in a context of nature and privacy enhances its uniqueness.