Walking along a country road, you arrive at a majestic iron gate that hides behind it a unique and enchanting fortress. It dates back to 1170 A.D
The property belonged to the Angevin prince and was used during the Second World War by women and children to seek refuge to live through oppression and violence. The fortress seduces everyone at first sight: it has a majestic stone structure, tiled roof-gutter as the Angevin castle of Civitacampomarano (belonged to the Angevin prince too).e property is surrounded by 8 hectares of land including about 1 hectare of oak forest.
The fortress stands on three levels and has a surface of about 230 square meters divided as follows: the basement floor has a kitchen and a living room, on the first floor there is an entrance hall, a living room with wonderful stone fireplace, a bathroom and a bedroom. On the second floor there is a bathroom and two bedrooms with arched windows from which you can have a pleasant outlook over the endless and green mountains that surround the fortress to make it an exclusive and unique place.
The fortress is under restoration to its original splendor. The design includes a large swimming pool of 100 square meters surrounded by sweet-smelling flowers that will create the right atmosphere to relax and be in contact with the unpolluted nature.
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