This splendid 17th century palazzo, which has recently been fully restored and divided into 10 luxury apartments of various sizes, is situated in the historic centre of Asolo, one of the 100 most beautiful villages in Italy. Description of buildings The palazzo, which has three floors, has recently undergone careful, accurate restoration, and 10 luxury apartments of various sizes have been built inside it, 4 of which are still available. Dating from the seventeenth century, in 1797, during the arrival in Asolo of French troops led by the Commander General of the Italian army, the palazzo played host to Napoleon Bonaparte, in what came to be known as the Ã¢a‚¬Å“Hall of the StuccoesÃ¢a‚¬Â. The event has been recorded with a commemorative plaque on the side of the palazzo. Available apartments: Apartment A - Ground floor with garden Total surface area: 187 sq.m Garden: 1,900 sq.m Comprising: entrance hall, kitchen, living area, 1 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 guest bathroom and 1 storeroom in the garden. Price: Ã¢a€;šÂ¬ 784,500 Apartment E Ã¢a‚¬a€;œ First floor Total surface area: 160 sq.m Comprising: entrance hall, kitchen, living room with fireplace, dining room, 1 guest bathroom, 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom Price: Ã¢a€;šÂ¬ 640,000 Apartment F Ã¢a‚¬a€;œ First floor Total surface area: 224 sq.m Comprising: entrance hall, kitchen, guest bathroom, Napoleon room (living room), frescoed room (sitting room), 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Price: Ã¢a€;šÂ¬ 940,800 Apartment I Ã¢a‚¬a€;œ Second floor loft Total surface area: 136 sq.m Comprising: entrance hall, open plan living room with kitchen, bedroom with bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, bedroom with bathroom, guest bathroom Price: Ã¢a€;šÂ¬ 544,000 There are also 8 parking spaces available for purchase at Ã¢a€;šÂ¬ 60,000 each. State and finishing Among the palazzoÃ¢a‚¬a„¢s prestigious features are its main facade and the frescoes and stuccoes on the main floor, the work of the famous architect, Giorgio Massari (among his most well-known works are the Palazzo Grassi and CÃƒÂ Rezzonico, on VeniceÃ¢a‚¬a„¢s Grand Canal), which have been preserved and enhanced during the restoration of the building. In addition, the restoration of the antique stone staircases and the installation of the lift have helped to modernise the communal entrance areas. The state of the art fixtures mean each unit benefits from a beautiful view, without losing out on comfort or a high standard of soundproofing. Some units, which donÃ¢a‚¬a„¢t have antique flooring, can be personalised with the flooring of your choice, as can the bathrooms. Use and potential uses The apartments in the palazzo are ideal as luxury permanent homes. However, thanks to the location and level of luxury, they would also be an ideal investment, as a Ã¢a‚¬Ëœshort term letÃ¢a‚¬a„¢ to be managed directly or through an agent.