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This beautiful mansion, "Villa Grapputo", is listed as an historical structure with Belle Arti. Villa Grapputo is located in the area of Chirignago, a small and quiet town in the province of Venice.
The village is rich with history and located on the mainland west of the city of Mestre. It runs along the ancient Via Miranese, which connects Mestre to Padova.
The house is in a great and enviable position, being 15 minutes drive from the heart of Venice and just 20 minutes from Venice’s Marco Polo Airport. The house is also close to the Riviera del Brenta, the coastline of the Brenta River.
This 3,800 square foot villa, built somewhere close to 1742, although the doors of the ground floors present characteristics of the 1600 period. The villa has a beautiful garden and lies within almost 2 and a half acres of land. There are beamed ceilings, two fireplaces and fine tiled floors. The building has three floors, ground, primary and attic. Three bathrooms.
Enchanting garden views and a large entrance foyer characterize the ground level. There are two rooms, one with fireplace, a kitchen, bath and the cellar.
On the second floor there are two living rooms, one with a fireplace, a studio, kitchen. There are bedrooms and a bathroom.
On the next level you have an attic and bathroom.
It is a wonderful home to live in, to entertain guests in and to have for investment purposes. Its proximity to Venice has it ideally located and yet far enough away from the city activity to be peaceful and serene.
The town has an excellent position, being a few miles away from some of the most beautiful, fascinating and historically rich cities of Italy, like Padova, Verona, Venice, Vicenza to name a few.
The actual sale price is 2.300.000 Euros. Price listed in this listing is based on the week's currency conversion.