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Holiday Home Near Gole?ti Manor
Property features
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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Area Fishing
  • Balcony / Lanai
  • Courtyard
  • Terrace
  • Fenced Yard
  • Wood Burning
  • Fishing
  • Historic
  • QC Approved Listing
Property description
In the wide valley guarded by the vineyards, by the river Argeș and the river Doamnei, there is a historic house of over 150 years old and a newly built house in a park-like courtyard. The museum village was the hearth of the old Golescu family, close relatives of the Brătianu family (whose manor is less than 10 minutes away) who played an important role in the modern history of Romania, hosting over time multiple personalities including Tudor Vladimirescu by his army of panduri, Dr. Carol Davila and even Carol I. The property is located in this village, right next to Golescu Manor, borrowing from the former its charm. Golescu Manos was built in 1640 by Vişa of Golești and her husband, the boyar Stroe Leurdeanu. The holiday home is composed of two houses that bring together the important historical past of these places and the present with its comfort and benefits, the whole renovation process of the property being carried out by Moldovan craftsmen from Agapia. The property consists of a plot of 2,500 square meters and two houses: a former parish house dating from the late 19th century and a new holiday home, built in 2014. The new holiday home, built of traditionally made brick (burnt in the oven), has on the ground floor the technical room, the kitchen with a glass wall opening onto the terrace and garden, a bedroom and a spacious living room of 51 sqm. The living room has, as well, a direct opening to the covered terrace of 37 sqm which is delimited by seven pillars connected by arches, so specific to this area. The terracotta stove with fireplace and floral motifs gives the modern space a particular look. In the attic one can find three spacious and bright bedrooms and a generous hall that can play the role of living room for this floor, with an opening to a balcony of wrought iron and stone from which you can pick cherries directly from the old cherry tree guarding the entrance. The architecture, the finishes, the natural stone used in the decoration of the facades and terraces, the solid wood doors, all were designed in order to provide the maximum comfort, trying, at the same time, to keep the architectural specifics of the places. The old parish house, renovated in 2014, in which is kept as a testimony an original beam on which stands "1893 Priest Vasile Golesteanu", a priest who was one of the important ministers of the Golesti Church dedicated to the Holy Trinity and built by the same Visa and Stroe in 1646. The parish house, in which the original beams of whole oak bodies and the walls with river stone have been perfectly preserved, is renovated and ready to be used, without having a function at the moment. It could be arranged as a guest house or could even accommodate a traditional kitchen. The entire space is enchanting and you can enjoy an atmosphere of relaxation and joy in the middle of nature and a welcoming setting, with natural stone alleys bordered by firs, cedars and magnolias. There are a variety of fresh fruits in the orchard behind the house: walnuts (there are over 10 secular walnuts), cherries and sour cherries, or cherry plums and apples. The air is always clean and by going to the head of the village, you reach the valley of the river Argeș, where you can organize excellent fishing parties. All this is laid out before you, like a red carpet… So, step on your fingertips and let it lead you to the fairytale holiday home in Golești village.

Banul Radu Golescu street, Golești village, Stefanesti, Arges, Romania
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