“Cascina Bosco Canoro” is an antique country house, recently restored, located in a marvellous sunny and panoramic position on the hills of Alto Monferrato, about 400m a.s.l., in the centre of a private land of 5,5ha.
“Cascina Bosco Canoro” is reachable through a dirt road that leads to the entrance gate, a Langa stone structure; from here, a boulevard leads to the house, which was restored in 2019 with the aim of preserving the original spirit of rural house.
The property consists of 2 building: a living unit and an annex.
The main building is composed as follows: at ground floor, we find large entrance living room, eat-in kitchen, large dining room, master bathroom with Jacuzzi and shower, game room, storage, portico on the southern side and another bathroom on the northern side; next to the living area, with access from the large completely fenced garden, we have a covered veranda, two swings, a little children playhouse, a bathroom, a solarium and a covered Whirlpool bathtub for 6 persons; on the first floor, we find 4 bedrooms, utility room, master bathroom with shower and former barn, connectable to the sleeping area, from which we get to the attic.
The annex, on two levels with separate entrances, is currently used as hobby room and cellar.
On the southern side of the house, there is a large meadow with a spruce and a fig tree, a Luserna stone slabs dehor in sunny and private position and an area for the future construction of a swimming pool of 10x5m.
On the northern side, within a completely fenced garden, we find a large stone flowerbed, an entirely restored natural well, several Luserna stone tables, 13 small fountains with drinkable water and several electric sockets.
“Cascina Bosco Canoro” would be perfect as both main residence and touristic facility/agricultural business. Its peaceful and private position makes it the best solution to enjoy holidays with family far from the town chaos.
Just 8km away from the property, we find Acqui Terme, charming thermal destination, world-wide known since the Roman age for its hot waters rich in iodine, bromine and sodium chloride, nestled among vineyards and landscapes listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2014 for their beauty, in the area of Alto Monferrato.