Chalet Linert, La Villa, Italy
La Villa, Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
Property ID: 29377829
|Bedrooms||10 - Bed|
|Bathrooms||10 - Bath|
Chalet San Linert has undergone radical redevelopment and expansion in 2006.
The property has been completely rebuilt while maintaining the look of a typical South Tyrol's "maso chiuso" (mountain farm) once mainly rural, today converted to agricultural use and hospitality.
The main building is formed by two bodies connected together from a wood and glass pier, and in addition to it the property boosts a large barn and a further small building that serves as annexe.
The two main buildings are currently forming a residence, set on 5 floors (two of which are below street), whose spaces are laid out as follows:
- Second floor below street: room of 36sqm used as an office / reception
- First floor below street: 1 bedroom apartment of 53sqm complete with terrace of 14 sqm, cellar, ski storage, laundry and utility/boiler room of about 32sqm
- Ground floor: 1 apartment of 67sqm with 2 balconies and 1 terrace (for a total 15,5mq) and an apartment of 62mq, with a large patio for common use. At this level there is also the ancillary rooms for 57sqm, used by the service staff and the caretakers of the property
- First floor: 1 apartment with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, for a total of 88mq, plus 2 balconies of 3.5 and 8sqm. In addition one room with bathroom of 24sqm plus covered terrace, communal, of 20sqm.
Always at the same level as the second main building, one apartment of 73sqm, as well as two balconies for about 11 square meters
At this level the two buildings are connected by a wooden and glass pier, ideal as outdoor area for all seasons, providing shelter from outside weather.
- Second floor: 2 studios with bath, respectively of 18.5 and 20sqm (the latter with balcony 3.5sqm) and a three-room apartment of 74sqm, complete with balcony of 8sqm)
All units bedroom apartments have two bathrooms and enjoy independent access.
The units have been carefully finished with floors and roofs made of typical wood of the valley; rustic furniture, leatherhood, carpets, drapes and curtains, light fixtures have been all selected to give maximum warmth to the feeling of each apartment.
The final result result stands out in elegant and comfortable spaces, with fully equipped modern kitchens, albeit with the possiblility to enjoy typical cousine in various restaurants nearby.
In the proximity of two main buildings, we also find a cellar of 70 sqm, currently unfinished, with the possibility of adding one floor and convert it into a small fitness / spa area.
The last building, with a plant 97,5sqm is in fact a barn - a very impressive ome from an architectural standpoint - now used as a storage area.
To complete the property, the farm has a "wirtschaftshaus" to be restored, being a residential dwelling in typical alpine style, once used as a residence for workers of the farm. This property is located right on the ski slopes, spreaded over three levels of 56sqm each.
Chalet San linert also boasts a large underground space, just below the main buildings, used as a garage for 25 cars (total 550sqm) cellars, ski storage, laundry and utility rooms for a total of 46 sqm.Outdoor spaces
Chalet San Linert is a property of large size: the land immediately close to the residence measures an area of ??21.890sqm, while 4.665sqm are directly related to wirtschaftshaus.
In addition 72.575mq of forest and pasture are part of the farm, bringing the total to approximately 10 hectares.
The entire residence is served by a heating system with geothermal water provision of 4000Lt, which allows substantial cost reduction. The electrical system is also sized for the structure and supported by a generator in case of need.
Since the property was rebuilt from scratch in 2006, all the equipment, fixtures and structure were built with energy-saving criteria of high quality.
TV satellite, telephone Internet connection in the property.
The current urban destination of Chalet San Linert allows both hospitality business and partial residential use with regard to the "wirtschaftshaus", the latter to be thorougly restored.
In Val Badia is difficult, if not impossible, to find a "maso chiuso" for sale: this makes Chalet San Linert a property with unique potential and a new buyer would surely appreciate the intrinsic qualities.
The possibility of extension for residential purposes within the premises is not ruled out; however all necessary licenses and permits shall be required in such case.