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House for sale at € 110000 in Bisenti

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Nice countryside house located in a fabulous hill-top position with breath taking views of the Gran Sasso mountain range, the town of Bisenti and the surrounding green hills and valleys. The property is in need of complete renovation and has got a floor area of 150 square metres in the "newest", rendered part with the terrace. The property, which comprises about 2.3 hectares of agricultural land, has direct access from the provincial road leading to the city of Teramo, through a private compacted pathway. It has electricity, water and telephone line as well as two annexes. The location is charming thanks to its landscape beauty, is likewise convenient since it is at about 23 kilometres distance from the city of Teramo, 35 kilometres from both the beach and the mountains and 45 kilometres from Pescara Airport. This stone and brick house is set into an unpolluted natural environment surrounding the medieval town of Bisenti whose historical centre is at about 5 minutes driving distance and offers a wide range of restaurants, farm-guesthouses, two supermarkets, chemist’s shop, schools, bank, family advisory bureau, public indoor swimming-pool, gas stations and, last but not least, an invaluable historic patrimony that sets its origins in the ancient Neolithic period and its main architectural and cultural development in the late Medieval Age. Bisenti is well known for its "Montonico" production, a white wine whose festival is held every first week-end of October and attracts many people from the neighbouring towns and cities like Teramo and Pescara. Not to be missed are also the excellent delicatessen like the "Tatus", delicious biscuits made of almonds and cocoa, as well as the home-made pasta called "maccheroni alla mulinara" which can't be avoided during the long Sunday meal. The town is also inhabited by very friendly and helpful people, still preserving their customs and traditions as treasures to be protected from the globalization.
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