Magnificent estate of stone palaces with pool
Palazzo Jerovitsa is a collection of 5 buildings with living space of around 800m2 on a superb land plot of approximately 9,000m2. The complex has 10 bedrooms across 3 of the properties, extensive terraces and gardens, a 12m x 6m swimming pool, a separate sauna, and a storage building for gardening equipment. Palazzo Jerovitsa is believed to be over 200 years old and was lovingly renovated between 2016-2018 by the current owners. It is back on the market for the first time in nearly two decades.
The Main House
The breathtaking Main House was rebuilt in 2016-2018 to exacting architectural standards. The centerpiece of the Main House is the stunning and vast triple-height living room. The living room opens onto the fully equipped kitchen. The ground floor also contains a guest bathroom and a small storage area.
On the first floor of the main house is a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. The hanging' wooden stairway takes one to the second level and a charming Minstrels' gallery'. The second, spacious bedroom with an en-suite bathroom is also located on this floor. On the third floor, there are two bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms.
The Guest House
The historic guest house contains 5 bedrooms over 4 levels. The guest house has a vaulted-ceilinged living room with a wood-burning stove, a guest bathroom, and a large kitchen fully equipped with all necessary appliances. On the first floor, there are two bedrooms and a bathroom, as well as on the second floor, while on the third floor is a fifth bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
The Studio House
A hidden gem of the property. It consists of an open-plan living and dining area with a kitchen and a sleeping area with a double bed. The ensuite tiled bathroom has a Duravit toilet, sink, and shower. The Studio House was originally intended as an art gallery and studio space for the oil painter's wife of the owner.
The sauna-gym building is located between the Studio House and the Main House. The Harvia sauna is of the Finnish' variety and has hosted 8-10 people at any one time. Next door is a small bathroom with a Duravit toilet, sink, and shower. To the right of the gym and sauna is a storage building. This was intended as a wine cellar but is now used for surplus building materials and gardening equipment. Opposite the storage building is a wood storage area with a tiled roof on 4 concrete pillars.
The total land plot is approximately 9,000m2. Over the past 5 years the current owners have restored every single old stone wall on the territory, using local stone and craftsmen wherever possible. They have also restored a stream channel that runs from the private road to the bottom of the territory and created steps between all terraces.
There are several hundred trees and shrubs across Palazzo Jerovitsa and room for several hundred more.
Palazzo Jerovitsa is entered through an electronically controlled car gate. The estate has ample parking space to the side of the house for several cars.