New to the market is a unique, imposing 19th Century, Periodical Townhouse situated in a quaint square of this lovely village. Built on a corner over a total footprint of roughly 700sqm, this lovely property retains all its authenticity and originality and has been impeccably built and kept by three generations of the original family. Boasting wrought iron balustrades, large wooden balconies, flagstone flooring, authentic spiral staircase, large underlying war shelter , original wooden apertures, impressive frescos and murals throughout, imposing main stairwell having its own in-designed frescos, as well as a large arched typical cellar well-lit and aerated beneath the full house area, are just a few of the beautiful features this house offers, throwing you way back in time. The architectural plan is unique and can be seen in various areas of the house and spells out perfection, attention to minimal detail which one can only experience to understand the cumbersome work involved in the build of such a gem! Being a large corner property, it offers ample light and space on every floor and the symmetry throughout every room provides comfort, luxury and practicality in its flow. Accommodation is split between the casual and formal quarters, including such thought as a popular smoking room back in time, interconnected to a 40sqm formal dining room overlooking the outdoor area. Separate lounge and sitting areas as well as a library and study further compliment the ground level of this house. Upstairs one finds a spectacular 45sqm “sala nobile”, 4 double bedrooms having their own dressing areas and ample space to create further rooms should one require. To further compliment this lovely home , is a large mature garden measuring approximately 450sqm with ample space for outdoor entertainment as well an interconnecting lock-up garage accommodating between 3-4 cars or possibly even more. A true Gem in the heart of our local Village.