Stunningly Beautiful 17th Century Stone Villa situated on 5.6 Ha or 14 Acres and renovated and completed in the Spring of 2015, with continuing additions and improvements every year. Enjoy staring out at the view of the rolling mountains and Italian Alps from your deck and swimming pool or while dining al Fresco. A short drive takes you to Monforte d'Alba where you will discover the incredible Barolo wines and white truffles. 7KM away in Dogliani you will fine a twice-weekly market outdoor market, great food stores, and incredible restaurants.
One hour from Torino, escape into the bucolic hills of Piemonte. This beautiful 17th Century stone villa sits on five-point-six hectares (fourteen acres) at an altitude of 600 meters (1900 feet) including a newly planted 3 acre vineyard near the small village of Bonvicino and four miles from Dogliani, in the heart of Piemonte. Sit on the balcony, sipping your morning coffee or enjoying a glass of wine at sunset while gazing out at the rugged and lush green mountain landscape. On clear days, enjoy spectacular views of the Alps. Villa di Bonvicino provides a perfect base for exploring the Piemonte region. Enjoy walking through Italian hill towns and vineyards, visit the well-known towns of Monforte D’Alba and Barolo (nine and 12 miles away).
Enjoy cooking, dining al fresco, or choose from one of the region's many delicious restaurants. Local cuisine offers fresh regional dishes based on seasonal ingredients. The property is completely private, nestled in the Alta Langa hills. Just minutes from town (cafes, restaurants, shopping, cinema), you will feel peacefully secluded on this spacious property. Pick fresh herbs, apples and blackberries just outside your front door.
Walk directly from the house to view hawks, warblers, finches, sparrows, rabbits, deer, fox, coyotes, or drive to one of the many walks nearby. Local wineries abound, featuring the internationally acclaimed Barolo and Barbaresco wines. The nearby town of Alba is known as the home of the famous white truffle. Bra prides itself on being the heart of the Slow Food movement. Nearby Cherasco is known for its famous chocolate, as well as offering a cultural museum and film retrospectives. Horseback riding and swimming are just minutes away.
Dogliani offers a choice of cafes where you can sample homemade Gelati, enjoy a cappuccino or stay for lunch or dinner. Shop at the local farmer's market on Tuesday or Saturday and visit the local pannetteria and pasticeria for your bread and dessert. Take a walk or drive to Bossolasco to sample their famous chocolates (including a variety of hot chocolate beverages) and views stretching over the entire region.