a real historical jewel in a traditional village
Mister Sanna was a country landowner who dealt with cultivation of wheat and olive trees.
His large house has always been the property of the family that over time has kept it in order, enhancing it as a museum and partly using it as a small hotel.
The oldest part of this typical Campidanese house dates back to the early 1800s.
It is about 900 sqm, including the outbuildings, and has an external surface of about 500 sqm.
This property consists of two parts.
The period building has been kept in perfect order and houses some original rooms, such as the tailoring room, the stone mill room, the barn, the attic rooms and the kitchen.
A part that was restored in the 50s and was used as a small hotel.
You also find three courtyards, a stone paved farmyard, and two entrances.
From the structural point of view few interventions are necessary.
Given that it housed an accommodation business, the property has habitability certificate and plants in accordance with the law.
House Sanna is a real mine of museum objects: stone vases (laccus), a farmer’s cart, the stone mill, the wooden press, original period equipment, period furniture in Sardinian style, and much more.
The property is for sale with all its contents, except for some personal objects.
Energy Class G, IPE> 175 kWh/m2 per year – data awaiting certification.
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