Exclusive property dated back to the nineteenth century, located in Casalbordino at only 7 km from the Adriatic coast.
The property has a peculiar horseshoe shape; it is composed by two floors for a total liveable surface of 400 square metres. On the ground floor we find six cellars completely made out of stones, with vaulted ceilings, these cellars reproduce in a specular way the shape of the house above. Each of these cellars has their own independent entrances and all of them are provided with electricity. The first floor of the house is composed by a spacious and luminous entrance, a kitchen with a large and high fireplace, a spacious living room, three double bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a studio. On this first floor we find a large terrace of 120 square metres with view over the village. The house also avails of a garden of 160 square metres where the main entrance is located.
The house has been built during the nineteenth century over the medieval basements of the town castle and historic centre. The current landlord has done is best to maintain all the peculiar ancient characteristics of this property, like the external bricks, the groined ceilings, the marvellous original floors, some of the doors dated back to the eighteenth century, the large kitchen fireplace, the external cauldron used to prepare the cooked must essential for wine making. The house is also embellished by unique furniture and paintings that are sold together with the property.
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