Caramanico PE (€ 68.000)

House to renovate with garden in a panoramic position.

Large typical three-story stone house (200 sqm) to renovate with courtyard/garden (120 square meters) close to the center in a splendid panoramic position; possible horizontal division into two apartments with independent entrances. On the ground floor there are two large rooms, each with door and window, separated by a partition (eliminable) and characterized by a beautiful vaulted ceiling of exposed brick. Access to the first floor is by a staircase that ends on a large balcony with the main door that leads directly into a typical living room / kitchen with fireplace; follow a large front room (studio?), a back (bedroom?) and a small bathroom. The second floor can be reached by an internal staircase or by an external  one leading to the garden and to a back entrance. Two large rooms (living room / bedroom?) with stone balconies which offer  a remarkable view and a back room (kitchen?) connected to the fenced garden.

The house is not inhabited for several years and needs some renovation.

Energy Class G, IPE> 800 kWh / sq m year (interim indices, can not be assessed at the time).

Caramanico is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy , in the “ Majella / Morrone” National Park , with about 2,000 inhabitants at 650 m . a.s.l., surrounded by forests and the beautiful valleys of the Rivers Orfento and Orta . Numerous hiking trails with rich flora and fauna protected , that reach even ancient hermitages . Valuable historical center and religious architecture of great interest ; Nature Museum of Archaeology. The famous " Baths of Caramanico " offer a wide range of termal cares ; throughout the year are organized many artistic, cultural and local folklore events.  Many restaurants, bars, shops and all the facilities needed. Frequent bus connections with the centers in the valley and the city of Pescara. A25 motorway and train station at 20 ', Skiresorts at 20', Pescara Airport and the beaches of the Adriatic Sea at 45 ', Rome 120'.

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