In the heart of Montebelluna, a stone's throw from the pedestrian area, we have a sumptuous Art Nouveau villa built in the early 1900s on a project by Antonio Sartori and completely renovated in 2005.
This housing solution is inserted in a splendid and well-kept park bordered by surrounding walls with the presence of two entrances with wrought iron gates of particular value as the work of the famous craftsman Alessandro Mazzucotelli. The garden is enriched by the presence of three imposing and secular cedars of Lebanon and by the splendid works of art, in marble, by Rachele Bianchi, whose sculptures are exhibited in important Italian museums. There is also a warehouse building on the back, stacked as a garage.
Architecturally, the villa, arranged on four levels, blends the Art Nouveau style (recognizable by the bas-relief frieze in the center of the facade) with characteristic elements of Venetian noble architecture, which are also evident in the symmetry and harmony of the proportions.
The Villa is accessible from four entrances that lead to the mezzanine floor. The historic main entrance, equipped with a balustrade with a double staircase, allows access to the large and bright living room. The two most used entrances currently access the corridor that divides the internal rooms: a study, a room currently used as a bathroom, a kitchen with an adjoining hallway that leads to the back of the park, the basement and a small bathroom.
The upper floor is reached via an imposing staircase that runs alongside stained glass windows to continue on the corresponding second corridor that allows access to four large bedrooms, one with a balustrade facing the garden and a bathroom with a service balcony.
On the top floor attic with exposed beams, totally habitable, the space is divided into three large rooms and a livable terrace overlooking the hills.
The property ends with the basement where there is a 29 sqm garage, a tavern, a cellar and a technical room.
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