For Sale immobile Via Leone XIII - Carpineto Romano

On the slopes of the Lepini Mountains stands Carpineto Romano, a town of medieval origin, where Pope Leo XIII, promulgator of the famous encyclical Rerum Novarum, was born, and which belongs to the Pecci family, which still owns the homonymous building in the historic centre.
Carpineto Romano is located on the border with the province of Latina and is just 50 minutes from the beaches of Circeo, Sabaudia and Terracina. In the heart of the town we find Villa Marilena, probably built between the end of the 1800s and the beginning of the 1900s and belonged to Count Riccardo Pecci, as evidenced by the noble coat of arms on one of the main facades of the building, nephew of Pope Leo XIII , and then to his son, Count Stanislao Pecci.
Majestic and surrounded by a 2,500 m2 park, the villa is spread over 3 levels above ground and one in the basement, and each level is approximately 300 m2 in size. The mezzanine floor, where we find large rooms with ceilings up to 4 meters high, is accessed through two doors, which constitute the main entrances, and a service entrance. The large halls bring the imagination to the festivities of the time and to the noble guests who were welcomed there. The upper floor, where, most likely, everyday life once took place, can be accessed either by climbing the representative staircase or the service staircase, thanks to which it is also possible to reach the second floor where once there was they were the rooms of the servants and where today it is certainly possible to obtain further useful rooms.
Finally, in the basement, there are the cellars of the building, where the barrels of the finest wines were kept.
The floors that are still original from the time are wonderful, such as the staircases and the internal and external fixtures.
The villa needs renovation works.
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