Liberty style villa, a few km from Sala Baganza, part of the 'Parco Boschi di Carrega', a natural reserve where Maria Amalia di Borbone stayed and later loved also by the Duchess Maria Luigia of Austria, wife of Napoleon.
The villa is surrounded by a beautiful park with century old trees, with its three floors, as well as a cellar and attic, has the classic yellow facade with a small balcony, typical of the Liberty villas of the time.
The ground floor has a large entrance with terracotta tiles and a window glass door that gives light to the environment.
From the entrance, you pass to a large kitchen with dining room, then we have a large living room with fireplace, a dressing room and a service bathroom.
On the right side of the entrance we have a helical staircase leading to the upper floors, designed by Arch. Aurelio Cortesi, with its glossy lime walls, which gives elegance to the whole villa
The first floor is distributed along a corridor, illuminated at both ends by two balconies. On this floor we have a double bedroom with wood flooring, a second double bedroom, currently used as a study, as well as a laundry room, a walk-in closet room and a bathroom.
The second floor follows the plan of the one below, and has three double bedrooms, a bathroom with mosaic tiles and a beautiful acrylic retrò bathtub.
The property is completed with a cellar in the basement: well maintained and therefore excellent for storing hams and wine.
On the property there is a rustico in need of renovation, once the home of the service staff, it could be transformed into other housing units and garages.
The villa is surrounded by a park of over 13 hectares, with tall and medium-sized trees, including firs, beeches, magnolias and maples.
We are about a quarter of an hour from Parma and 20 minutes from the highway. At 5 minutes we have the Golf del Ducato, with its circuit and 'La Rocca' of Sala Baganza, an exclusive destination for all lovers of nature, golf and history.