Ancient Gallo-Basteris house, now Servetti. Typical upscale dwelling designed to accommodate a notable family of centuries ago, has an interesting housing organization (room escape, decorated and painted ceilings, parts intended to rustic)
The building was housed in the existing forms between the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (based on preexistences) and still retains the charm of the ancient and the lived (you can notice the “patina of time”). As a typical upscale dwelling designed to accomodate a notable family of centuries ago, it has an interesting housing organization (room escape, pictorial decorations of the ceilings, parts intended to rustic) and en plain air areas such as the garden and the courtyard, places with decisive character and singular charm, where lights and shades become romantic. The recent respectful rethinking of the current owner (Arch. Walter Servetti) has preserved intact all the suggestion that the ‘old upscaled country houses’, once well interpreted, can pass down.
“Cozy and exemplary environment”