House for sale at € 140000 in BisentiName/Address:
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Detached farmhouse in rural location hosting breathtaking panoramic views of Gran Sasso mountain and sorrounding hills, plunged into an unpolluted countryside with olive groves, vineyards and woodland. This countryside house was built in 1940 and is currently in need of renovation works upstairs including the updating of the water and electric system as well as the installation of the central heating. Downstairs floor space is currently used for agricultural purposes but could be eventually converted into living accomodation. This property, at about 15 minutes driving distance from the medieval village of Bisenti, is located in a quiet and isolated rural area. The house is on two levels plus non-habitable attic which is used only for storage purposes. The total floor area is of about 200 sqm (120 on the first floor and 80 on the ground floor) and is divided as follows: - On the ground-floor there are several storage rooms, cellars and a large garage; - the first floor comprises a kitchen with fireplace, 2 double bedrooms, living room and a large bathroom. There is a spacious, 20 sqm landscaped terrace, leading to the front-door where one can spend relaxing moments or enjoy great meals sorrounded by a fascinating nature, silence and fresh air. The property comes with two stone outbuildings and a hayloft, this last located in front of the house, as well as its own 7-8 hectares agricultural land plot made of 3 hectares of farming land and the rest hosting woodland with oaks and a nut trees' plantation of two hectares. Bisenti is a beautiful medieval town of the Fino Valley at about 25 minutes driving distance from the A24 motorway exit of Val Vomano, 35 minutes from Teramo, 60 minutes from Pescara and its airport, 20 minutes from the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park. The village is known for its "Montonico" wine production (which is celebrated in the annual festival during the first week-end of October) as well as for delicious chocolate biscuits called "Tatù" and many other genuine, home-made food. Within 10 minutes walking distance to the property there are a few farm-guest houses offering unavoidable excellent organic-grown food and wine.
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