Among sweet slooping hills around Fauglia, with cultivated fields and road flanked by cypress trees and vineyards, is for sale a XIX century villa with annex.
Coming from the asphalted road and overcoming the heavy gate, we are struck by the happy location of the property, dominating a park of 2 hectares with pine trees and plants.
The mansion is set on 3 floors with a surface of 500 sq.mt: on the ground floor we find small cellar, entrance hall, large kitchen with nearby double sitting room; stone staircase leads to the first floor where we find 4 master bedrooms and a bathroom. Access to the attic is provided by an internal staircase: here we have 4 spacious rooms. The nearby former farmhouse has a surface of 175 sqm, and boasts kitchen, sitting room and 2 storage rooms with indipendent entrances, and two spacious bedrooms with bathroom on the top floor. Both buildings need cosmetic works but the location is ideal as a private home or for B&B activity.
From the Latin Favullia Castrum, and the Longobard Faulae, Fauglia has been a land of great agrarian interest since ancient times. Cited in 12th century sources is the church of San Lorenzo with the castle, which fell under Florentine influence at the beginning of the 15th century. It is now an agricultural centre with businesses specialising in the production of highly acclaimed grapes and wines, such as the white wine of San Torpé. Artisan work developed in the sector of wood and the clothing industry. Famous for its forests, it is also known for its beautiful villas, among which Ritrovarsi, the dwelling of Marta Abba and the location of a centre for Piransellian studies. Other lovely villas are Villa Negri and Villa Arnia.