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Situated 40 km from Bastia via the east coast of Cap Corse, an hour by road to Poretta airport, this 17th century building and its three outbuildings awaiting restoration, are set in the heart of the village of Rogliano, overlooking the Macinaggio marina and the little island of Giraglia at the far north of Corsica and to the west, the island of Capraia, Elbe and the coasts of Tuscany.
The main house
It is a villa named “u Palazzu Benini” after its first occupants, some 17th and 18th century financiers from Genoa.
The building features dressed dry-stone walls and a Lauze stone roof covering chestnut wood timbers. The thickness of the walls is also typical of the period – over a metre wide and the main south-facing facade features numerous windows on two levels. Arriving via the paved path, one can see a passage leading to the house towards a terrace adjoining an outbuilding. The path is bordered by wrought-iron balusters and gates that open on to the garden.
Outbuilding, house n° 2
This former sheep barn suitable for conversion spans two levels and its upper section supports the terrace belonging to the main house with its passage way linking it to the large living room.
There is a staircase leading from the terrace to the lower floor where there is an access via a wrought iron gate opening in to an alley.
A period bread oven is proof of the authenticity of this site and the period.
Outbuilding, house n° 3
In this building, adjacent to the outbuilding, house n° 2, there is a vaulted cellar room where a former wash room can be found, of particular interest because Corsican wash rooms were very rarely indoors.
Outbuilding, house n° 4
It comprises two levels above a large cellar. It could easily be made into a solarium terrace with a view of Rogliano castle.
The garden is located on three different levels, each measuring 330 m2.
This property, typical of the period under Genoa’s domination in 17th and 18th centuries, has kept all its authenticity. The surroundings, its mountain and sea views are just some of its advantages.
The main house, habitable and comfortable, and the three outbuildings to be restored, offer many possibilities of use; why not a hotel complex or events organisation activity?
Like all sites with history-marked character, it will interest, above all, any lover of old stone buildings and history. Ideal for any investor or tourism professional interested in developing alternative tourism, away from the hustle and bustle of a summer at the seaside.
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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.
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