Large living spaces, tranquility and sun, are the three main characteristics of this single house located in the municipality of Trento in the village of Gardolo di Mezzo.
Not everyone knows the charm of this small village on the hill east to the north of Trento, and even the name of the street where is located the house "Via Dos de La Luna" brings to mind something magical. Even in the past it was chosen as a place to live, so much so that there are traces of settlements dating back to 400 BC, as evidenced by the findings unearthed during the excavations carried out in 2003.
The house, situated in the small town center, stands on a plot of around 650 sq.m, occupying around 1/4 of it, is rectangular in shape with a simple but pleasant architecture typical of the 80s when the house was built.
It is spread over three floors, in addition to a basement part where two large rooms have been created for a total of around 50 sq.m, which can be used as a cellar and stube.
On the ground floor there is the first apartment, which is accessed directly by the stairs. Internally it is in excellent condition having been the subject of recent modernization works and the finishings are of a good standard. It consists of a large entrance overlooking the living area, a rectangular area where there is currently the kitchen area on one side and the dining table on the other, but where, given the size, it would be possible to create an open space with living room and cooking area combined.
In the sleeping area, there are two large bedrooms, both with wooden slatted floors, the bathroom, with both a bath and shower, the utility room and a large terrace on which all the entrance doors to the various rooms face.
Also on this floor there is a boiler room and a large garage of over 20 sq.m, heated and even paved in marble.
The main apartment is on the first floor occupying it all, the internal division, typical of the years of construction of the house, provides a large atrium overlooking all the doors of the various rooms that make up the apartment, all very spacious and regular in shape well lit by large windows and French windows.
We find therefore a large living room, kitchen, three large bedrooms and bathroom with shower cubicle and windowed. From the living room and from the kitchen it is possible to go out on the bacon which takes two sides from the house, the one to the south and the one to the west is quite deep and can also be used during the rainy days because it is sheltered by the sloping roof.
Internally it is in good condition, therefore potentially habitable immediately. Finishing materials, floors, doors, coatings etc. however, those dating back to the 80s / 90s, even though they are very well kept, the whole apartment needs a reinterpretation to adapt to the aesthetic and technical standards of modern living.
The top floor of the house reflects the structure of the first floor, and here, on a large atrium, there are 4 rooms in addition to the bathroom. The particularity and certainly the exposed roof paneled and interior heights, given the transition, allow full use only of the central part but still the various rooms present lend themselves to multiple uses.
Typical feature of the individual houses is certainly the presence of the garden and even this case is not an exception. It develops on all 4 sides and has the greatest depth on the south side, where a small vegetable garden is currently being cultivated, partly paved in porphyry and partly in green, and a sheltered area under the balcony of the first floor apartment.
Given the spaces, the dimensions and the potential, the house is ideal for a large family or two families where all the members can create their own environment in absolute privacy.
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