A337 Bagnone in a hilly area at about 400 m.s.l.m. independent house to be restored on two levels. Ground floor comprising entrance hall, porch, garage and woodshed. first floor composed of hallway, kitchen, living room, two bedrooms, bathroom and balcony. Cellar in the basement. The property is completed by a small garden area on the sides of the property. Distance from services 5 km. Pontremoli motorway exit 16 km Aulla 16 km.
Bagnone -The territory of the municipality of Bagnone extends into the upper Lunigiana, in an essentially mountainous area. It originated as a castle and became the seat of the vicariate under Florence in the 15th century.
Among the economic resources of the past, those of chestnut forests and pastoralism were the most significant; to this day agriculture, which supplies fodder, grapes and olives, retains a certain importance in the municipal area.
In the quaint old town, among the arcades of the old market there are echoes of a distant life, of the shopkeepers, tailors, apothecaries, shoemakers who set up shop and built their houses here.
The Castle, built in the second half of the fourteenth century by the Malaspina family, then belonged to the Noceti counts and the fifteenth century chronicler Antonio da Faye rests in its chapel.
In the surroundings of Bagnone is the village of Treschietto, with the imposing ruins of the castle overlooking the ravine, the imposing village of Castiglione del Terziere.
For those who love nature, the nature trail leads to Jera with its superb chestnut woods, to Vico and Corlaga where you can visit beautiful water mills and where excellent chestnuts from the valley are ground.
Bagnone is famous for the production of typical local products and traditional dishes related to them: the erbadela, the pattona, the testaroli, the focaccette with salami, the herb cake, the rice and onion cake, just to name a few. .
Treschietto, on the other hand, is famous for the onion, which every year is the protagonist of a festival – tasting.
Energy Class: 222 kWh/m2