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The dwelling, spread across a single level, offers a thoughtfully designed layout. The welcoming entrance leads to a spacious living area and an open-design kitchen. The sleeping quarters encompass three bedrooms, including…
In the heart of Volta Mantovana, in a privileged location granting access to all amenities, we present a charming penthouse nestled within a small condominium. The apartment has undergone a complete renovation and is situated on the third and final floor, easily accessible via an elevator. The elegant whitewashed exposed beams lend a touch of sophistication to this space.
The dwelling, spread across a single level, offers a thoughtfully designed layout. The welcoming entrance leads to a spacious living area and an open-design kitchen. The sleeping quarters encompass three bedrooms, including two generous double bedrooms, and three bathrooms.
One of the most captivating features of this residence is the expansive terrace that extends along its entire perimeter. Here, one can relish moments of relaxation and conviviality, making the most of the various usable areas of the terrace. The enchanting view of the city and the majestic castle completes the experience, offering pleasant and evocative vistas.
Completing the amenities is a convenient double garage located in the condominium's basement, easily accessible via an elevator. The high-quality finishes and meticulous attention to detail, combined with a carefully designed lighting system, bestow refined elegance upon each space.
Volta Mantovana, overlooking the picturesque Mincio Valley, boasts an ancient history dating back to the Iron Age, as evidenced by archaeological findings on-site. The imposing medieval castle that overlooks the town stands as an authentic historical gem. The origins of the castle trace back to the High Middle Ages, but it's in the 10th century that it becomes an integral part of the Canossa defensive system. Throughout the 14th and 15th centuries, the castle undergoes further transformations that render it an impressive structure: surrounded by defensive walls and a moat, it houses a church, a charming village, and an inner fortress protecting the keep, along with a south tower, splendidly restored today. The entrance gates, particularly the "Porta Mantovana," showcase robust fortifications and a gracefully arched Gothic entrance.
Among the other architectural treasures of the locale, the Palazzo Gonzaga stands out, built in the mid-15th century. This sumptuous building, commissioned by the Marquises of Mantua Ludovico Gonzaga and Barbara of Brandenburg, rises next to the city walls and also includes a pre-existing tower. Over time, the palace changes hands to the Guerrieri family, appointed as vicars of Volta by the Gonzagas themselves. The building assumes the role of a municipal seat in 1515 and currently hosts various functions. Within the complex, there's also an infopoint hosting a tasting and refreshment area, promoting the tourist and gastronomic excellences of the region, renowned for its high-quality wines.
|Floor space (m²)||170|
|Energy Efficiency Class||A2|