Paradisiacal retreat surrounded by the nature of the Dolomites in Predazzo - South Tyrol / Trentino

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PropNo2020-CIM07
Type of useHousing
Type of commercializationPurchase
Type of propertyHouse
Kind of propertyFarmhouse
Postcode38037
CityPredazzo
CountryItaly
Provinces (Italy)Trento
Living area120 sqm
Usable area247 sqm
Plot size15.000 sqm
Number of rooms5
Number of bedrooms3
Number of bathrooms2
Number of sep. toilets2
External commission4,88%
Currency
Commission noticeDer Käufer bezahlt 4,88% aus dem notariell beurkundeten Kaufpreis, fällig bei Unterzeichnung des Kaufvertrages
Price on requestYes
PropNo2020-CIM07 Type of useHousing
Type of commercializationPurchase Type of propertyHouse
Kind of propertyFarmhouse Postcode38037
CityPredazzo CountryItaly
Provinces (Italy)Trento Living area120 sqm
Usable area247 sqm Plot size15.000 sqm
Number of rooms5 Number of bedrooms3
Number of bathrooms2 Number of sep. toilets2
External commission4,88% Currency
Commission noticeDer Käufer bezahlt 4,88% aus dem notariell beurkundeten Kaufpreis, fällig bei Unterzeichnung des Kaufvertrages Price on requestYes
Property description Paradisiacal retreat surrounded by the nature of the Dolomites in Predazzo - South Tyrol / Trentino

A unique farmhouse that must be experienced now to fully enjoy the lush nature that surrounds it. Just a few steps away is the fascinating rock face of Sottosassa, which runs along the Travignolo stream and is a popular destination for climbers and sun worshippers. The village center is about 1 kilometer away.
The apartment is on two levels: On the first floor, with part of the walls in natural stone, we find the dining area, a large living room with an antique olla stove (tiled stove), from which there is direct access to a pleasant outdoor area facing south, with a table and benches and a covered barbecue area for preparing meals. A wooden staircase leads to the second floor where there are three double bedrooms, one of which has access to the attic. A bathroom with shower completes the second floor. Outside there is a large and practical equipment room, a storage room and another relaxation area for sunbathing.
The large barn is located at the back of the property and offers the possibility to use it as you wish.
The farmhouse has been recently modernized and equipped with a boiler (wood chips), photovoltaic system, new windows and doors and a new wooden facade.
An oasis of peace and freedom, a pearl of nature.

More information on specific request. We will be happy to organize a viewing appointment.

 
Energy certificate
Class: G

Energieausweis Skala Energieausweis Zeiger
Year of construction1860
ConditionRedeveloped
Location: Predazzo (German obsolete Pardatsch, in local dialect: Pardàc) is an Italian municipality in Trentino with 4528 inhabitants.

Situated in the eastern part of the Val di Fiemme at 1018 meters above sea level, it lies at the confluence of the Torrente Travignolo and the Avisio, which comes from the Val di Fassa. Predazzo is bordered to the south by the Lagorai range and to the northeast by the Latemar group, part of the Dolomites. To the east, the valley of the same name, crossed by the Travignolo river, leads to Passo Rolle and Passo Valles. Predazzo borders the municipalities of Moena, Tesero, Panchià, Ziano di Fiemme, Primiero San Martino di Castrozza and Canal San Bovo, as well as the South Tyrolean municipalities of Nova Levante and Nova Levante.

In 1447 the inhabitants were granted the most extensive self-government by the Prince-Bishop of Trento Georg Hack with the Regola feudale. The Regola of Predazzo belongs to the valley municipality of Fleims. With the dissolution of the prince-bishopric, after the Napoleonic era from 1815 to 1919, Predazzo belonged to the Gefürstete Grafschaft Tirol and thus to the Habsburg Monarchy. In 1819, the geologist Giuseppe Marzari Pencati made a discovery here that significantly influenced the prevailing understanding of geology at the time, when, contrary to the prevailing theory, he found rock strata classified as older lying on younger strata. Predazzo subsequently became the target of numerous field investigations and was visited by Leopold von Buch, Alexander von Humboldt and Maria Matilda Ogilvie Gordon, among others.
Until the First World War Predazzo was a garrison of the Imperial and Royal Army. In 1914 the II Battalion of the Tyrolean Provincial Rifle Regiment No. III was stationed here.
Until 1963 the village was the terminal station for the Fleimstal Railway built during the First World War.
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Equipment: + Panorama
+ sunny location
+ over 1ha of land
+ various extension possibilities
+ 3 bedrooms
+ 2 bathrooms
+ antique wood kitchen stove
+ e-car charging station
+ new heating system
+ Barbecue area
Others: + Electricity connection available
+ Water connection available
+ Sewage connection available
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