Charming Stone House in Arpino, Italy - 2 Bedrooms, 1.7 Hectares

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Arpino, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy, Arpino (Italy)

2 Bedrooms · 2 Bathrooms · 136Floor area

€98,000

House

Parking

2 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

136m²

Garden

No pool

Not furnished

Description

Welcome to your unique chance of owning a little piece of authentic, Italian history! For sale is a charming, 2-bedroom house in the ancient town of Arpino, situated in the heart of the beautiful Ciociaria region, Lazio, Italy. Nestled within a spread of 1.7 hectares of lush, olive groves, this partially renovated historic house is a gem. Authenticity echoes through the stone walls and the quaint features which include an unrestored stone barn and an 'aia' (threshing circle).

A detailed tour of the house revels the ground floor, housing a cozy sitting room equipped with a fireplace, perfect for intimate nights in. There is also a dining room, a bathroom, and a kitchen that homely cooks will appreciate. To enhance the rustic effect, beside the kitchen is a very large bread oven, ideal for experimental baking or preparing traditional Italian meals.

Ascend to the upper floor and you'll find two comfortably proportioned bedrooms and an additional bathroom. To cap off the features of the house, the lower level hosts a practical garage space along with a 'cantina' (cellar). Interestingly, the geography of the land gives you level access to both the lower and upper floors.

Located in the picturesque town of Arpino, one of the major medieval hilltop towns within Ciociaria region, you'll find yourself immersed in an idyllic rural Italian lifestyle. The town, famed for its profound historic significance, offers a tranquil escape from the hustle of busier tourist cities while remaining conveniently accessible to Rome's and Naples' city life and their corresponding international airports.

Living in Arpino is like having a foot in two worlds - urban and nature. A shorter drive compared to Rome and Naples transports you to gorgeous beaches south of Rome for a quick city escape and the chance to recharge by the sea. If you're inclined towards mountains and forests, the Abruzzo National Park is within an hour's drive eastwards, offering horse trekking adventures or summer dips in sparkling mountain lakes and rivers. Come winter, you have the privilege of skiing on the park’s slopes.

Here is a bullet-point highlight of the amenities around Arpino:

- Close proximity to the cities of Rome and Naples and their international airports
- Short drive to local beaches south of Rome
- Abruzzo National Park within an hour's drive for nature lovers
- Ski slopes, horse trekking, swimming in mountain lakes and rivers at the Abruzzo National Park
- Local shops and restaurants offering authentic Italian cuisine
- Well maintained local roads providing easy access to nearby towns and cities.

And the property's features:

- 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms spread over two levels
- Ground floor featuring a sitting room, dining room, and kitchen
- Bread oven next to the kitchen
- Garage and cellar on the lower floor
- 1.7 hectares land featuring olive groves, making it an ideal fixer-upper property.

This historic house is patiently awaiting its new owner to give it a loving touch. It needs a bit of time and effort to optimise its potential fully. However, it's a unique chance not just to own property, but to own a piece of Arpino's longstanding history. The climate is temperate, with moderately hot summers and mild, rainy winters that let you enjoy an outdoor lifestyle year-round. The perfect Italian fixer-upper for those that love restoration projects and are drawn by the charm of living in a historic, peaceful Italian countryside. Your Italian dream starts here, in the idyllic setting of Arpino, Lazio.

Details

Amount of bedrooms
2
Size
136
Price per m²
€721
Garden size
4200
Has Garden
Yes
Has Parking
Yes
Has Basement
Yes
Condition
renovating
Amount of Bathrooms
2
Has swimming pool
No
Property type
House
Energy label

Unknown

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Welcome to your Italian Countryside Retreat Nestled in the gentle, rolling hills of Tuscany, this 2-bedroom semi-detached stone house in the tranquil and picturesque hamlet of Casola in Lunigiana is your gateway to the beauty of Italy. Brimming with charm, the home is positioned at a lofty 570 meters above sea level. This location not only imparts a sense of calm and tranquility but also offers breathtaking panoramic views of the verdant Appenines and the regal Apuan Alps. The property's beautiful exterior in traditional stone effortlessly blends in with its surroundings, preserving the region's architectural heritage. Enter a warmly lit living room, equipped with a cozy fireplace for respite during winter months. The living space features an open-plan kitchen complete with a small storage area, perfect for preparing and savoring mouthwatering Tuscan cuisine with loved ones. Upstairs, you will find a welcoming hall, two spacious bedrooms, and a versatile dressing room which can conveniently double as a laundry room. A bathroom with a bath completes the first floor. Adding to the allure of the home is a serene roof garden with captivating views of the valley below. The garden, a rare find, serves as your private oasis where you could unwind while enjoying spectacular sunsets transforming the sky into a painter's canvas. It is worth mentioning that parking facilities are conveniently located approximately 60 meters from the house. The property also boasts central heating, with a gas-burning stove supplementing the fireplace, ensuring your living space remains warm even during Italy's mild winters. Property Features include: - 2 bedrooms - 1 bathroom - Living room with fireplace - Open plan kitchen with storage - Dressing room/laundry room - Central heating - Roof garden with valley views - Convenient parking The lush region of Lunigiana, flanked by two mountain ranges, boasts an invigorating Mediterranean climate. Its mild winters and warm, sunny summers make it an ideal destination all year round. Living in Lunigiana opens up a living, breathing history book combined with modern amenities. The area is dotted with time-honored castles, ancient villages, and beautiful stone churches. Its strategic location offers easy access to the coast, the mountains, and the cities of La Spezia, Lucca, and Pisa. Local amenities include: - Restaurants serving traditional Tuscan cuisine - Markets with local produce - Vineyards and wineries - Picturesque walking and hiking trails - Historical landmarks Living in this house in Lunigiana, with its harmonious blend of rustic tranquillity and contemporary convenience, is an opportunity to experience the Italian lifestyle at its finest. Perfectly set for both permanent living or as a holiday home, it presents the best of Italian charm for those looking for an idyllic countryside retreat. On the market for 100,000€ and in good condition, this property offers immense value as not just a house, but a home brimming with potential, history, and charm, embedded in one of Italy's most enchanting regions. Imagine waking up to the chirping of birds, the scent of wildflowers, and the breathtaking vision of the distant mountain range - that's what true gracia della vita (grace of life) is all about. Welcome to your new Italian home, where every day feels like 'La Dolce Vita'.

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Step into the picturesque charm of Arpino, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy, a setting that is filled with a rich history and surrounded by breathtaking panoramic views. A drive of 90 minutes opens up the spectacle of Rome, while a shorter drive offers the alluring beaches south of Rome. At the same time, the Abruzzo National Park's magnificent beech forests, sparkling mountain lakes, and rivers sit quietly in the east, waiting for your exploration. Located in this enchanting environment is a beautiful old stone house with sweeping panoramic views. Interestingly, it nestles within a cluster of houses, just a few minutes from the medieval hilltop town of Arpino, adding to the exclusivity and serenity of the location. The stone house, christened Casa Vallefredda, is indeed a place of beauty, with its vaulted stone ceilings, open log fireplaces, a terrace, a garden courtyard, and a large terraced plot of land. All aspects curated flawlessly to cater to your comfort while also giving you the privilege of indulging in a mesmerising view of your surroundings. Now, let's step inside. The layout includes: - A kitchen - A sitting room - Three bedrooms, two on each floor - Two stone rooms on the lowest level (one with a rustic fireplace) opening onto a small courtyard garden. The property needs some renovation, and with the right thrust and vision, the possibility of reorganisation and modernisation is considerable. Doing so will add both character and considerable value to the property. Upon successful renovation, the stone-vaulted room can be envisioned as a kitchen, potentially emerging as a pleasant venue for outdoor lunches, sunset drinks, and dinners with an exhilarating view of the valley. The other vaulted room, equipped with an antique stone fireplace, is ripe for transformation into an elegant dining room. Bonus: a walk-in niche in this room, cut into the rock, can be turned into a romantic feature such as a bar or decorative wine cellar. The main floor can be repurposed into a sitting room opening onto the large terrace, a guest bathroom, and a study. The level will also feature a utility room for practical purposes. A large bedroom with an open fireplace, a dressing room and a bathroom can house a full master bedroom suite. Two guest bedrooms can share the top floor bathroom, which also comes with a laundry room off the stairs. The accompanying large plot of land to Casa Vallefredda slopes from the road down the hillside. Despite it being overgrown currently, the land has been properly terraced and therefore can be transformed into a beautiful garden with olive groves. There is space to install a swimming pool on the terraces, subject to normal planning consents. In terms of local amenities, you will find yourself well placed with excellent road access. A wide selection of shops, restaurants, cafes, and services are only a few minutes drive away. Climate in Arpino is generally temperate. Although the winters can be quite cold, it isn't extreme, often making it quite idyllic for refugees from harsher climates. The summers are lovely and delightful, a perfect reminder of why Italy is sought after as a vacation destination. Living in Arpino is a rare opportunity to immerse yourself in an idyllic rural Italian lifestyle, a place where you can discover the 'real' Italy and take time out from the busy crowds of the larger tourist cities. A home in Arpino is a home in the heart of Italy, an experience both charming and calming in its simplicity and pace of life. The stone house, pending some upgrades and personal touches, has the potential to be a dream home. A haven where history, scenic beauty, and comfortable living intertwine to present you with a lifestyle you've always envisioned. So make that vision a reality today and step into a life of serenity laced with a touch of Italian charm. The Casa Vallefredda awaits you.

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Nestled in the heart of Puglia, in Italy's beautiful Apulia region, a treasure is waiting to be discovered in the charming town of Ceglie Messapica in Brindisi. This delightful 1-bedroom cottage (locally known as a trullo) is a rustic gem and holds the potential to unlock the lifestyle of your dreams, whether seeking a peaceful permanent residence, a holiday home or a smart investment. The trullo is set on an expansive plot of 6300 square meters, a piece of Italian paradise enveloping the modest but splendid 36 square meter interior of the home. The one-bedroom cottage boasts a bathroom, a kitchen, and an inviting living room. The interior, although not grandiose in size, holds the charm of authenticity and creates a cozy and comfortable living environment. The unique features of this property include: - 1 bedroom - 1 bathroom - A kitchen - A living room - An air conditioning unit, ensuring comfort in the hot Italian summers - A traditional pizza oven, perfect for homemade pizza nights - A cistern for water supply Let’s not forget the local attractions that add to the charm of this beloved region. Located in close proximity to Pineta Ulmo forest, a picturesque setting is provided for lovely picnics surrounded by the serene beauty of nature. Additionally, the nearby Acquedotto Pugliese path beckons fitness enthusiasts and cyclists alike, offering a scenic route to enjoy the local landscape. If you're an overseas buyer, envision the experience of living in this area; the mild Mediterranean climate, the warm and welcoming locals, and the undeniably enchanting Italian culture. restaurants, cafes, and shops are just a stone's throw away providing convenience and a slice of the Italian lifestyle. The stunning beaches of the Adriatic and Ionian Seas are also just a short drive away. The region sees annual summer highs of around 30°C (86°F), perfect for sun-lovers, while the winter months offer a mild and comfortable climate with averages around 8-14°C (46-57°F). Ceglie Messapica, known for its historical sites and time-honored traditions, is a jewel in the crown of Puglia. Living here, you will have the opportunity to enjoy delicious local cuisine, immerse yourself in local festivals, and explore numerous historical sites that capture the essence of Italian heritage like no other. While in good condition, the cottage offers a chance to put your own stamp on it. A fixer-upper in the best of ways, this property holds endless potential. It's an opportunity to transform the already captivating trullo into an even more delightful space that speaks your language of style and comfort. On the market for €110,000, this charming piece of Puglia's rich heritage is available exclusively to you. The blend of serene retreat potential and an investment in a thriving rental market makes this property a standout. It embodies simply and authentically, the architectural beauty that Puglia has to offer and its natural allure. So, whether you entertain dreams of a private haven away from the hustle and bustle of city life, an investment property that sparks your entrepreneurial spirit, or the perfect blend of both, this breathtaking trullo eagerly awaits its rightful owner. Add your unique touch to unveil its full potential and be the fortunate owner of this charming Italian heritage.

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Nestled in the heart of a picturesque village, suspended at an altitude of 600 meters amid the impressive landscapes of Via Francigena and the thriving countryside of Pontremoli and Lunigiana, sits a captivating one-bedroom country house. This distinctive property boasts a rich aura of charm and allure, intriguing the senses and sparking the imagination with its mix of traditional architectural style and thoughtful modern renovation efforts. The quintessentially Tuscan house, spans approximately 50 square meters, each corner housing a touch of authentic Italian charisma. As you enter on the ground floor, you're welcomed by a warm and inviting living room, complete with a cozy fireplace and functional kitchenette - a perfect space to create culinary masterpieces or to simply unwind with a glass of local wine. A unique iron spiral staircase leads you to the first floor, offering the comforts of a spacious double bedroom, a practical bathroom, and a well-lit hallway. The crowning jewel of this quaint abode is, undoubtedly, the enchanting stone-paved terrace of approximately 60 square meters, flanked by a rustic pergola and traditional wood oven. Here, you can savor unparalleled views over the valley, bask in the Tuscan sun, and make unforgettable memories. The house brims with opportunities for prospective overseas owners seeking a tranquil retreat, casual weekend holiday home, or an investment property. And although a fixer-upper, the house only needs a touch of personal flair to transform it into a comfortable and elegant dwelling. The property is conveniently located around 100 meters away from the village car park – offering a peaceful yet practical solution to living in this rural Italian idyll. About Pontremoli: Pontremoli, a city crisscrossed by rivers caressing ancient bridges, paints an idealistic picture of Italian life. Notably, the imposing Piagnaro Castle towers the city, housing the fascinating museum of stone statues. This property is just a 15-minute journey from key landmarks, bustling squares, quirky shops, and rich cultural sites - providing a perfect balance between rustic countryside living and urban exploration. Reaching Pontremoli: Commutes and travel are made easy with the highway's exit being just 15 minutes from the property—allowing easy and swift access to some of Italy's prominent cities such as Parma (55 minutes), La Spezia and Massa (25 minutes), and Milan, Bologna, and Brescia (90 minutes). Ski enthusiasts will delight in the proximity of Zum Zeri (35 minutes away), or the alluring Cerreto Laghi (just an hour away). For those preferring air travel, the Parma G. Verdi airport is 55 minutes away, Pisa's Galileo Galilei airport is about 50-minute's journey and the Bergamo Orio al Serio airport a 2-hour drive away. In addition, the Pontremoli Train Station, rich in connections, is within a comfortable 15-minute reach from the property, offering quick access to the stunning seaside resorts. Experience Life in Lunigiana: Lunigiana, the northernmost part of Tuscany, is a region mired in mystery, enveloped by rolling hills, dense woods, chestnut oaks, vineyards, and olive groves overlooking the majestic Apuan Alps. Each village within this region boasts a rich historical lineage, with numerous monuments, castles, and relics to explore and appreciate. With abundant hiking trails, horse riding routes, and mountain biking tracks at your disposal, Lunigiana, home to the illustrious Via Francigena route connecting to ancient Rome, awaits to unfold a world of enriching experiences. Living in this house opens up a world of idyllic Italian countryside living, seasonal festivities, friendly natives and tranquil mornings coupled with stunning sunsets, an unhurried pace of life, and a wealth of historical and cultural treasures waiting to be discovered. Amenities: - Living room with fireplace - Kitchenette - Double bedroom - Bathroom - Outdoor stone paved terrace - Pergola - Wood oven Features: - Completely renovated - Stunning valley views - Located in the heart of a small, charming village - Abundance of local amenities and attractions - Strong historical and cultural proximity - Proximity to key cities and transport hubs - Easy access to multiple outdoor and indoor activities+ A property currently priced at a very reasonable €65,000, offering an alluring embrace of culture, tranquility, and natural beauty. Perfect for those seeking to immerse themselves in the Italian way of life or for those looking to invest in a property with boundless potential.

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Welcome to Isola del Liri, located in the charming province of Frosinone, in the heart of Italy's beautiful Lazio region. Presenting an impressive two-bedroom character house that promises an intrinsic Italian lifestyle filled with culture and tranquillity. This property is unique and charming, offering a main terrace house, a separate guest house located in the rear courtyard, and a thriving vineyard spread across 4000 m² of fertile land. The main house, characteristic of a traditional Italian farmhouse, is a haven of approximately 100 m². On the ground floor, an entrance hall leads to a cosy sitting room with a separate entrance and a well-equipped kitchen dining room. Notable features include a comforting fireplace and French doors that lead out to a private courtyard. Ascend to the upper floor and discover two generous bedrooms and a full bathroom. One of the bedrooms features a charming balcony, the perfect place to enjoy a morning coffee or an evening aperitif while overseeing your patch of the Italian countryside. Emerging as a potential for creative allocation, the secondary residence of approximately 85 m² is currently in use as a social and entertaining space. It boasts of a well-equipped bathroom. Residentially designated, there is a potential for remodelling this space into a guest house, a home office, or a recreational area. This property includes a ground floor room, a bathroom, a cellar and has small sheds utilised for storage purposes. Property features: - 2 bedrooms - 2 bathrooms - Size of 180 m² - Separate guest house - Vineyard - Private courtyard Much loved and cared for, the attached vineyard generates the charm of rural Italy right at your doorstep. Positioned along the main road, the vineyard presents an opportunity to create a separate entrance, providing an added layer of privacy. The location of this house is unrivalled, offering a countryside ambience while remaining in reach of essential amenities. Isola Del Liri is a thriving district, celebrated for its bustling restaurants, bars, fascinating shops and not to forget, the spectacular waterfall. Living in Isola del Liri, you can experience a combination of rural tranquillity and urban conveniences. The town is within easy reach of both Rome and Naples with their respective airports, making day trips into the city a simple pleasure. Drive east and find yourself surrounded by the mountains of the Abruzzo National Park which offers picturesque horse trekking, pristine mountain lakes and rivers for summer dipping. Winter activities are also a short drive away, with ski slopes within an hour's journey. A purchase in Isola del Liri will provide you with a taste of the 'real' Italy, far removed from the busy crowds of the larger cities, yet comfortably within reach. The climate is predominantly temperate, with warm, pleasant summers and cool, wet winters. In terms of the property's condition, it is in a good state, with an independent LPG heating system and timber-framed windows. The decor might be considered a bit outdated, calling for a touch of revitalising to restore its former glory, but the house is overall in a liveable condition. This unique and attractive complex offers significant potential for refurbishment and customisation to suit your personal tastes and needs. It can be a unique, contemporary country home with a guest annex, ready to welcome friends and family or even to operate as a bed-and-breakfast business. Overall, this property is an Italian treasure, waiting for the right owner to revive it and embrace the enchanting Italian lifestyle it offers.

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Welcome to a charming two-bedroom, two-bathroom house nestled in the small, idyllic hamlet of Casa Le Gotte, near the historical hilltop town of Monte San Giovanni Campano. This captivating home offers a blend of rural comfort and modern functionality, making it an appealing prospect for potential homeowners seeking both serenity and easy accessibility. The property's appeal extends past its 285 square meter walls to the surrounding expansive olive grove, offering a beautiful slice of the Italian countryside. To accompany this, a 100 square meter outbuilding, complete with catastral add-ons, provides extra space for various use. The living space is characterized by its beautiful spaciousness and functionality. The ground floor features a large entrance hall, leading to an open-plan living area and kitchen. The cosy fireplace is not just an aesthetic feature, but also a functional one capable of heating water for the radiators. On the first floor, you'll find two double bedrooms and another bathroom, complete with a bathtub/shower, which serves the sleeping area. Property features include: - Gated secure courtyard - Olive grove - Large entrance hall - Open plan living room and kitchen - Fireplace coupled with a functional hot water heater - Two double bedrooms - Bathroom with bathtub/shower In addition to the main house, there's an extra building offering a storeroom, cellar and woodshed. Its electric irrigation system is accompanied by a water tank and a small fenced garden, a feature that adds an extra layer of charm to the property. Monte San Giovanni Campano is a region filled with history and beauty. It offers a glimpse into traditional Italian culture but is also conveniently located just 90 minutes from Rome. With easy access to the mountains of the Abruzzo National Park and stunning beaches south of Rome, residents are sure to appreciate the diverse landscape and recreational options. The climate is temperate, with regular patterns of the four seasons, which allows residents to enjoy a range of activities throughout the year. Living in this area provides an authentic Italian experience, far removed from the bustling tourist hotspots. The nearby café, "I Marchesi," the supermarket and a variety of shops provide local amenities that add to the charm of the area. The community and the Ciociaria region, feature a rich cultural heritage preserving over 2000 years of history. With a blend of idyllic rural landscapes and intriguing hilltop towns, living in the Ciociaria region offers individuals the opportunity to immerse themselves in the nuances of the ‘real’ Italy. The sale of the house includes the outbuilding and olive grove, providing an enticing package for prospective buyers. Investing in this property offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the captivating landscapes and rich cultural backdrop that Monte San Giovanni Campano has to offer. Whether you are looking to escape the city's bustle or find a charming retreat within reach of historical and natural attractions, this house could be a perfect fit for you.

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For those seeking to dive into the spirit of regeneration and transformation, look no further than this three-bedroom, stone house nestled in the undulating hills of Arpino, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy. This charming abode hearkens to the architecturally-alluring days of yore, waiting patiently for hands of love to restore it to its former grandeur – an idyllic, fixer-upper opportunity. The house, referred to as 'Rudere della Valle', spans 200 square meters over three levels. Its graceful architectural layout, reminiscent of a small village, offers a legacy of craftsmanship. Exhibiting the sturdy mason skills of the past, the large, hand-cut stones form the building's weight-bearing walls and the grand entrance stone staircase. Any restorative work would proudly feature this aged stone, a testament to the building's hardy character and historic charm. Fronting the road, the ground and lower ground floors give the building a prominent and inviting face. The rear section introduces the first floor, once upon a time, the sleeping quarters. The thoughtfully designed windows on the valley-facing side gift breath-taking, panoramic views of the serene hills and untouched forest and olive groves spreading across 17,000 square meters of land. The local surroundings give way to picturesque attributes such as an "Aia." This big, stone-flagged circle, historically used for threshing wheat and processing other country products, adds subtle essences of rural appeal and communal tradition, hinting at a lively past. Living Area Features: - Three levels - Hand-cut stone walls and staircase - Valley-facing panoramic windows - Surrounding olive groves and forest Don't miss this unique opportunity to oversee your very own restoration project, tailoring it to your personal preferences. Further, by separate arrangements, adjacent properties can also be acquired to expand your dream homestead and experience an even more immersive slice of country life. Situated within the heartland of Italy, Arpino perches in the region known as Ciociaria – a fertile gem concealed between Rome and Naples. Your new residence situates you within reach of the chic shopping streets of Rome and the enchanting beaches south of Rome. Turn east, and the pristine mountain landscapes of the Abruzzo National Park beckon with horse trekking, mountain lakes, and winter skiing. Arpino is not just a place; it's an experience. With a history spanning over two thousand years, the tranquil pace of life here remains untouched by the hustle of major tourist cities. Living here is indeed a peaceful retreat, offering scenic beauty and a sense of belonging to a close-knit community. Local Amenities Include: - Charming medieval walled towns - Shops and services - Restaurants - 90-minute drive from Rome - Nearby mountain landscape of the Abruzzo National Park - Stunning beaches south of Roma The climate here follows the continental pattern of cold winter, with local snowfalls and a warm summer dotted with welcoming breezes. The moderate weather pattern here is suitable for a variety of recreational activities all year round. Whether you're considering a permanent residence or a restorative project, this property offers a window into the heart of an untouched Italy. Immerse yourself in architectural rebirth, connect with a rich history, and start a new adventure amidst the olive groves of Arpino. Please note: This property needs renovating work and does not currently have any bathrooms established. Price: €80,000.

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On offer is a charming farmhouse known as Casa Elsa, located on the outskirts of Arpino, a captivating medieval hilltop town nestled in the heart of Frosinone, Lazio, Italy. This unique property brings together the rustic charm of countryside living with the convenience of being within walking distance of Arpino. With three spacious bedrooms and three bathrooms, Casa Elsa spans over 200 square meters, making it a generous home for a family or even a business endeavor such as a Bed and Breakfast. The asking price is 130,000 Euros, which is quite reasonable considering the potential this property holds. Partially renovated and in good condition, this farmhouse has been cleverly designed to offer both privacy and shared living spaces. The main section of the property has two large living areas - a comfortable living room and a kitchen/dining room, along with a bathroom. The white walled area that is currently enclosed (visible in some photographs) could be opened up into a semi-open space with sliding glass doors leading out to the impressive garden. The second part of this farmhouse, although habitable, awaits some modernisation and redecoration. Here you find another cosy sitting room, warmed by an open fireplace, a third bathroom and staircase leading up to the third bedroom. This layout allows for a self-contained guest area or a family space. On the outside, the property offers a large outbuilding ideal for storing farm equipment, and expansive land that boasts splendid views. For those who enjoy outdoor cooking, there is the potential to create a rustic kitchen or BBQ area for summer al fresco dining. Casa Elsa is uniquely positioned for convenience without losing any of its rustic charm. Off-street parking is available within the cluster of farmhouses, while the bustling centre of Arpino filled with cafes, bars, restaurants, shops, and necessary services is only a few minutes walk away. Meanwhile, Central Rome and its international airports are within 90 minutes drive, making Casa Elsa a perfect blend of rural and city life. This property is nestled in Ciociaria, a fertile region rich in history, located south of Rome but north of Naples. This region tends to be overlooked by tourists and homebuyers, preserving its authenticity and tranquil ambiance. With it, you have the luxury of day trips to Rome, beach escapades to the south of Rome, or explorations to the mountains of Abruzzo National Park, which also offers winter skiing. Living in a farmhouse like Casa Elsa means embracing a pace of life that's connected with the cycles of nature, the seasons, and the truly Italian way of life. Imagine waking up to the harmonious sounds of nature, enjoying your morning coffee as you take in panoramic views of the countryside, and spending your evenings under the arched ceiling of your country kitchen or by the warmth of an open fireplace. For anyone seeking a naturally spectacular backdrop to their lifestyle, Casa Elsa is a diamond in the rough beckoning to be polished. Property Features: - 3 bedrooms - 3 bathrooms - 200 sqm of living space - Partially renovated - Separate living and dining space - Outdoor area for potential al fresco dining Amenities: - Within walking distance to the town of Arpino - 90-minute drive to Central Rome and its airports - Close proximity to the beach and the mountains of Abruzzo National Park - Off-street parking - Shop and restaurants close by The property is complete with an energy classification of G.

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Step into the picturesque charm of Arpino, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy, a setting that is filled with a rich history and surrounded by breathtaking panoramic views. A drive of 90 minutes opens up the spectacle of Rome, while a shorter drive offers the alluring beaches south of Rome. At the same time, the Abruzzo National Park's magnificent beech forests, sparkling mountain lakes, and rivers sit quietly in the east, waiting for your exploration. Located in this enchanting environment is a beautiful old stone house with sweeping panoramic views. Interestingly, it nestles within a cluster of houses, just a few minutes from the medieval hilltop town of Arpino, adding to the exclusivity and serenity of the location. The stone house, christened Casa Vallefredda, is indeed a place of beauty, with its vaulted stone ceilings, open log fireplaces, a terrace, a garden courtyard, and a large terraced plot of land. All aspects curated flawlessly to cater to your comfort while also giving you the privilege of indulging in a mesmerising view of your surroundings. Now, let's step inside. The layout includes: - A kitchen - A sitting room - Three bedrooms, two on each floor - Two stone rooms on the lowest level (one with a rustic fireplace) opening onto a small courtyard garden. The property needs some renovation, and with the right thrust and vision, the possibility of reorganisation and modernisation is considerable. Doing so will add both character and considerable value to the property. Upon successful renovation, the stone-vaulted room can be envisioned as a kitchen, potentially emerging as a pleasant venue for outdoor lunches, sunset drinks, and dinners with an exhilarating view of the valley. The other vaulted room, equipped with an antique stone fireplace, is ripe for transformation into an elegant dining room. Bonus: a walk-in niche in this room, cut into the rock, can be turned into a romantic feature such as a bar or decorative wine cellar. The main floor can be repurposed into a sitting room opening onto the large terrace, a guest bathroom, and a study. The level will also feature a utility room for practical purposes. A large bedroom with an open fireplace, a dressing room and a bathroom can house a full master bedroom suite. Two guest bedrooms can share the top floor bathroom, which also comes with a laundry room off the stairs. The accompanying large plot of land to Casa Vallefredda slopes from the road down the hillside. Despite it being overgrown currently, the land has been properly terraced and therefore can be transformed into a beautiful garden with olive groves. There is space to install a swimming pool on the terraces, subject to normal planning consents. In terms of local amenities, you will find yourself well placed with excellent road access. A wide selection of shops, restaurants, cafes, and services are only a few minutes drive away. Climate in Arpino is generally temperate. Although the winters can be quite cold, it isn't extreme, often making it quite idyllic for refugees from harsher climates. The summers are lovely and delightful, a perfect reminder of why Italy is sought after as a vacation destination. Living in Arpino is a rare opportunity to immerse yourself in an idyllic rural Italian lifestyle, a place where you can discover the 'real' Italy and take time out from the busy crowds of the larger tourist cities. A home in Arpino is a home in the heart of Italy, an experience both charming and calming in its simplicity and pace of life. The stone house, pending some upgrades and personal touches, has the potential to be a dream home. A haven where history, scenic beauty, and comfortable living intertwine to present you with a lifestyle you've always envisioned. So make that vision a reality today and step into a life of serenity laced with a touch of Italian charm. The Casa Vallefredda awaits you.

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Located in the heart of the picturesque hilltop town of Arpino, Lazio, Italy, lies a charming villa settled within a sun-kissed, olive grove, boasting expansive views over the beautiful Italian countryside. This refined property, with an overall floor area of 300 square meters, is a delightful blend of comfort, practicality, and aesthetic allure creating a unique opportunity for overseas buyers seeking an authentic and warm haven in one Italy's most historic regions. This three-bedroom, three-bathroom residence, named Villetta Pietro Nenni, is nestled within secured grounds extending over 1,600sq.mt, well-established with olive trees and inviting stone-tiled courtyards. An automatic wrought iron gate reveals an attractive entrance bordered by splendid flower beds adding a dash of color and freshness to the property. Renovated in 2012, the property allows homeowners to take full advantage of the breathtaking panoramic views and soak in the local ambience from the comfort of their own balconies and terraces. Boasting parquet flooring and tastefully designed interiors, the property is a refined blend of modern and traditional fixtures. * Property Amenities: Fully fitted 23sqm kitchen featuring a purpose-built fireplace Spacious bedrooms with parquet flooring Fully tiled bathrooms with modern fittings An outside entertaining area Cellar of 23 sq.mt Garage of 20 sq.mt A central heating system with an underground GPL tank. * Property Features: Renovated in 2012 Balconies and terraces on all sides Interior space thoughtfully divided into distinct living zones. Double glazed windows Spacious gardens Well maintained Olive groves Arpino is characterized by a mild, Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and mild winters, making it suitable for year-round living. The villa itself is situated within easy reach of both Rome and Naples, enabling the residents to enjoy shopping trips to Rome and delightful beach outings south of Rome. The fantastic location of the villa also offers the residents a chance to immerse themselves in other local attractions, such as the mountains of the Abruzzo National Park, ideal for horse trekking in beech forests and summer swimming in sparkling mountain lakes and rivers. Life in Arpino goes beyond owning a beautiful home. It is about embracing a relaxed, rural Italian lifestyle that has remained unspoiled by the bustling crowds. Owning a property in this region means taking time out of the humdrum of day-to-day life and discovering an idyllic setting where over two thousand years of history still resonate in the hills and amidst the wall of the medieval towns. At the heart of the local community, residents can enjoy a rich and varied lifestyle. With an easy drive from the property, residents can indulge in the vibrant local cuisine at nearby restaurants, relax at local cafes, and avail of ample shopping and service opportunities. The property is also just a 90-minute drive from Rome and Rome's airports, making it an excellent gateway for further Italian and international adventures. In summary, Villetta Pietro Nenni is an exceptional property in a location that offers an enviable lifestyle to its residents. Above all, it is a family home that offers a sense of community, history, and true Italian charm. At an asking price of 360,000 euros, it presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for overseas buyers to partake in the authentic Italian lifestyle or to create a cherished holiday retreat. Live, thrive, and enjoy the best Italy has to offer, all under one roof. In Villetta Pietro Nenni, a fond memory is just around the corner. Welcome to your Italian oasis.

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Unveiling an exquisite 5-bedroom villa for sale nestled in the heart oftThe idyllic province of Arpino, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy. This property, named Casale Frasca, is couched peacefully in the serene terrain of Santa Palomba - an area renowned for its scenic beauty and tranquil ambiance. The villa spans a generous 250 sq.mt, distributed over two levels. It is situated amidst expansive, fenced grounds spreading across nearly two hectares, a verdant tapestry composed of grape vines, olive groves, a fruit orchard, and a small area of woodland. As you step on to the property, you are greeted with magnificent rural views, a visual treat from both the house and the grounds. The main entrance unfolds on the upper floor into a spacious hallway, while a side entrance leads directly into the kitchen. An inviting stone-flagged dining terrace is nestled at the back of the house, veiled by a trellis and flanking the grape arbour, an idyllic spot for alfresco dining or the morning coffee ritual. PROPERTY FEATURES - Five spacious bedrooms, all offering picturesque views of the countryside - Two bathrooms - Family-dining kitchen with balcony access - Multiple terraces and balconies - Grounds with mature vineyard, olive groves, fruit orchard, and woodland - Garage and additional storage spaces AMENITIES Living is opulent on the upper floor of the villa, featuring a large, light-soaked sitting/dining room, a cozy kitchen accompanied by a family dining table, opening on to a small balcony. The 'night' zone of the upper floor is home to four large bedrooms, all boasting stunning views of the pastoral surroundings, and two bathrooms. Additionally, one of the bedrooms is 'L-shaped', conveniently lending itself to the potential addition of an en-suite bathroom. A touch of traditional beauty is presented through fine solid wood doors adorning the interiors, which are excellently maintained. The mood changes subtly as we descend to the lower level. Originally cellars, it now houses a garage, two basic apartments, and a multitude of storage spaces. The region's climate offers predominantly mild winters and warm, dry summers, contributing to its appeal as a perfect getaway for those seeking a harmonious balance between the seasons. Arpino, the medieval hilltop town, a mere 5 to 10 minutes drive away, is a thriving community that offers the perfect blend of history, culture, and modern amenities. It houses an array of shops, cafes, and restaurants to cater to all your needs. Experience the best of both worlds in Arpino - the grandeur of Rome and Naples are easily accessible, yet nestled in the heartland of Italy, you're far enough away to relish the idyllic lifestyle, away from the crowd. For beach lovers, a short drive south leads you to the stunning coastline with pristine beaches and turquoise waters. For the adventurers, the mountains of the Abruzzo National Park lie to the east, offering myriad activities such as horse trekking, swimming in sparkling mountain lakes and rivers, or skiing in magnificent beech forests. Investing in property here not only ensures a serene and luxurious lifestyle but also a splendid retreat reverberating with over two thousand years of history. It is a unique opportunity to experience 'the real Italy' in the heart of the lesser-known, though extraordinarily beautiful and unspoiled region of Ciociaria. Discover - Invest - Revel! Awaiting you is a delightful Italian experience, interwoven with tangible echoes of an ancient past, immersed in the embracing warmth of nature, and enlivened by a vibrant community in the heart of an Italian paradise that is Arpino, Frosinone, Lazio.

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For those seeking to dive into the spirit of regeneration and transformation, look no further than this three-bedroom, stone house nestled in the undulating hills of Arpino, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy. This charming abode hearkens to the architecturally-alluring days of yore, waiting patiently for hands of love to restore it to its former grandeur – an idyllic, fixer-upper opportunity. The house, referred to as 'Rudere della Valle', spans 200 square meters over three levels. Its graceful architectural layout, reminiscent of a small village, offers a legacy of craftsmanship. Exhibiting the sturdy mason skills of the past, the large, hand-cut stones form the building's weight-bearing walls and the grand entrance stone staircase. Any restorative work would proudly feature this aged stone, a testament to the building's hardy character and historic charm. Fronting the road, the ground and lower ground floors give the building a prominent and inviting face. The rear section introduces the first floor, once upon a time, the sleeping quarters. The thoughtfully designed windows on the valley-facing side gift breath-taking, panoramic views of the serene hills and untouched forest and olive groves spreading across 17,000 square meters of land. The local surroundings give way to picturesque attributes such as an "Aia." This big, stone-flagged circle, historically used for threshing wheat and processing other country products, adds subtle essences of rural appeal and communal tradition, hinting at a lively past. Living Area Features: - Three levels - Hand-cut stone walls and staircase - Valley-facing panoramic windows - Surrounding olive groves and forest Don't miss this unique opportunity to oversee your very own restoration project, tailoring it to your personal preferences. Further, by separate arrangements, adjacent properties can also be acquired to expand your dream homestead and experience an even more immersive slice of country life. Situated within the heartland of Italy, Arpino perches in the region known as Ciociaria – a fertile gem concealed between Rome and Naples. Your new residence situates you within reach of the chic shopping streets of Rome and the enchanting beaches south of Rome. Turn east, and the pristine mountain landscapes of the Abruzzo National Park beckon with horse trekking, mountain lakes, and winter skiing. Arpino is not just a place; it's an experience. With a history spanning over two thousand years, the tranquil pace of life here remains untouched by the hustle of major tourist cities. Living here is indeed a peaceful retreat, offering scenic beauty and a sense of belonging to a close-knit community. Local Amenities Include: - Charming medieval walled towns - Shops and services - Restaurants - 90-minute drive from Rome - Nearby mountain landscape of the Abruzzo National Park - Stunning beaches south of Roma The climate here follows the continental pattern of cold winter, with local snowfalls and a warm summer dotted with welcoming breezes. The moderate weather pattern here is suitable for a variety of recreational activities all year round. Whether you're considering a permanent residence or a restorative project, this property offers a window into the heart of an untouched Italy. Immerse yourself in architectural rebirth, connect with a rich history, and start a new adventure amidst the olive groves of Arpino. Please note: This property needs renovating work and does not currently have any bathrooms established. Price: €80,000.

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This beautifully designed and meticulously crafted 3-bedroom character property located in the historic centre of Castelliri, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy is conveniently located close to both road and public transportation. A hidden gem, the house, dubbed Casa VecchiaTorre, is far larger than it appears from the street, with an inviting facade complemented by a well-curated front garden. The front side of the house hosts a comfortable sitting room and a winter kitchen, both overlooking the green expanse of the garden. As you traverse to the rear side, you will find two large and one smaller bedrooms along with two fully equipped bathrooms, one with a rejuvenating shower and the other with a luxurious hydromassage bath. Outside, a spacious back courtyard waits, housing a large dining patio with stunning valley views. Here, doors lead to the cantina and the garage, as well as to a roomy summer kitchen with a large fireplace that instills warmth even during chilling winters. An additional bathroom is also situated at this end of the property. The Frame of this property: • 3 bedrooms • 4 bathrooms • Winter and summer kitchens • Living room • Cantina • Garage & Outdoor parking • Courtyard with dining patio • Roof terraces • Attic • Back garden • Stone grotto From a small flight of steps up from the courtyard, your own slice of nature awaits. Within the larger back garden area, trees dot the landscape, standing as silent spectators as you soak in the beauty of it all. At the end of the garden, a large stone grotto, remnants of a centuries-old watchtower, stands majestically. The local climate is a perfect balance of the cool mountain air and warm Mediterranean weather with a year-round mild temperate climate making it comfortable for residents. The property is nested in the Codarda quarter of Castelliri, a site that has a storied historical background, stretching from the Ernici era through the Roman period and into the middle ages. The location assures convenience, with free parking accessible nearby and a mere five-minute walk to the bus stop for a journey into Rome. Modern conveniences like shops, restaurants, and cafes are within an arm's reach against a backdrop of a serene and peaceful residential area. The owners have kept the maintenance quite high, with plenty of spare tiles available for future use or redesigns. If you decide to make this your new home, it is available fully furnished. The Splendid Surroundings: Castelliri stretches between the flat land around the Liri river and the foothills of the Ernici mountains. When you live here, you get a taste of both life at the heart of the city and the peace of the countryside. With fast road and public transport access to Rome, you are always just a ride away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The neighbouring Isola del Liri, a major medieval town in the Ciociaria region, is another attraction with its historic centre built on an island formed by two converging rivers. Here, you can enjoy vibrant cafes and restaurants framing a view of a breath-taking waterfall that forms the focus point. The location is perfect for those who love both culture and nature, with the beaches to the south or the mountains of the Abruzzo National Park to the east, making for delightful day trips. In conclusion, this house is a perfect good to go property for those searching for a blend of historic charm and modern convenience. And where else can you find such a blend, if not in the heart of Italy - the very cradle of European civilization.

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Welcome to this charming four-bedroom house located in Arce, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy. Nestled between the bustling towns of Colfelice and Villafelice, the property is a delightful blend of culture and comfort, boasting a total area of 267 square meters. The main house is delightfully divided into two levels. The ground floor offers a spacious entrance and sitting area, perfect for welcoming guests or cozy get-togethers. The dining room comfortably accommodates a large group and seamlessly transitions into an open kitchen. Additionally, this floor offers two sizable bedrooms and two well-equipped bathrooms for your convenience. Completing the layout is a scenic terrace providing a panoramic view of the historic city center, creating the perfect backdrop for relaxing or entertaining. Descending to the lower level, you will find a versatile entertaining area, a secondary kitchen, an inviting covered porch, and a guest bathroom excellently doubling as an accessible tool room. From this unique tavern area, a staircase whisks you up to a quaint, turret-like room adorned with charming wood-beam ceiling. Adjacent, an annex enhances the charm of the property with its open plan living/kitchen featuring a fireplace, promising cozy winter nights. It also really houses a storage room, hobby room, another bedroom, and an expansive bathroom with a built-in shower. The annex opens up to yet another porch. Venture outdoors and you'll be greeted with a spacious courtyard and wonderful garden offering an array of fruit trees, including cherry, orange, lemon, and a thriving vegetable patch. An additional 2,300 m2 is dedicated to arable land, complete with a well for irrigation, and a fantastic olive grove gifting you with 20 beautiful trees. Property features: -Built-in perimeter alarm system -Double-glazed and grated windows -Solarium area -External lighting -Car and pedestrian access -Individual LPG heating systems -Sectioned water systems -Disabled access on some levels -Awnings on balconies and annex -Restoration depot The property is rich with history, believed to occupy the area where the 'Arcanum' villa, owned by Cicero’s brother Quintus, once stood. Lazio region is a captivating blend of nature, culture, and history. Day trips to Rome are a veritable delight, offering spectacular shopping and dining experiences. The charming beaches south of Rome are just a short drive away. The majestic Abruzzo National Park beckons with horse trekking, hidden mountain lakes, rivers and pristine swimming spots. Winter offers the opportunity to ski on nearby slopes. Despite this plentiful offering, Lazio remains largely unspoilt, with beautiful scenery and medieval hilltop towns, promising an authentic Italian experience. Within 90 minutes of central Rome and its two airports, this idyllic country home offers an opportunity to partake in the rural Italian lifestyle without compromising on easy access to modern conveniences. Whether used as a primary home or a serene retreat, this property is not just a house – it is a lifestyle. A place where you can relish in the beauty of Italy, ensconced in a home that effortlessly combines comfort and elegance. A place where every day feels like a holiday.

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This quaint 2-bedroom apartment is nestled in the heart of Monte San Giovanni Campano, a charming town located in the picturesque region of Lazio, Italy. This generous 83 sq.mt. living space, known as Casa Severina, provides potential buyers with the unique chance to restore and customize the interior according to their tastes and aesthetics. The apartment is found in an centuries-old palazzo, bearing the distinctive allure and charm that resonates through the historic center of Monte San Giovanni Campano. The rich history of the location is amplified by the famous adjacent Orione Castle and the stunning views it provides. The palazzo's structural exterior and roof are anticipated to undergo full restoration, ensuring a harmonious blend of authentic Italian character with reliable and updated infrastructure. Embracing an ambiance where time seems to have paused during the medieval era, the local environment is perfect for those who appreciate the blend of history and tranquility. Within short walking distance, one can find a myriad of renowned restaurants interspersed amongst beautiful squares, shops, and public transport services - all cocooned in an ambiance of silence, punctuated by breathtaking panoramic views that only heighten the property's desirability. The property features: - Three main rooms, one featuring an open fireplace - A compact kitchen - A bathroom - A large balcony offering panoramic views - A basement level cellar ideal for storage or bike/scooter parking Living in an apartment in Monte San Giovanni Campano presents the opportunity to immerse in a vibrant Italian community, savoring the simplicity of apartment life, with convenience at your fingertips and the beauty of Italian culture literally at your doorstep. Turning the lens to the larger region, Monte San Giovanni Campano lies in the heart of the Ciociaria region. Positioned roughly midway between Rome and Naples, the area boasts exceptional fertility, offering up a variety of recreational and sightseeing opportunities. The area presents an abundance of shopping and beach destinations, which are less than an hour's drive. Alternatively, the Abruzzo National Park is conveniently nearby, offering horse-trekking, swimming and skiing recreational options. Known as Italy's hidden gem, the Ciociaria region offers a blend of untouched beauty and medieval hilltop towns. Living in an area such as this, you'll find yourself immersed in over two thousand years of history, while relishing in the charms of rural Italian lifestyle. Here, you can discover the 'real' Italy, away from the bustling tourist cities, and still be less than ninety minute's journey from central Rome or its two airports. For a price of $75,000, this property is an ideal pick for overseas buyers seeking a second home, or those hoping to invest in a slice of serene, historic Italy. Please note: the apartment does not currently house a bathroom facility, requiring the installments to be carried out by the buyer during the apartment's renovation. However, this offers a unique opportunity for the purchaser to truly add their own personal touches to this home, making it a truly Italian retreat in the heart of Lazio.

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Welcome to Isola del Liri, located in the charming province of Frosinone, in the heart of Italy's beautiful Lazio region. Presenting an impressive two-bedroom character house that promises an intrinsic Italian lifestyle filled with culture and tranquillity. This property is unique and charming, offering a main terrace house, a separate guest house located in the rear courtyard, and a thriving vineyard spread across 4000 m² of fertile land. The main house, characteristic of a traditional Italian farmhouse, is a haven of approximately 100 m². On the ground floor, an entrance hall leads to a cosy sitting room with a separate entrance and a well-equipped kitchen dining room. Notable features include a comforting fireplace and French doors that lead out to a private courtyard. Ascend to the upper floor and discover two generous bedrooms and a full bathroom. One of the bedrooms features a charming balcony, the perfect place to enjoy a morning coffee or an evening aperitif while overseeing your patch of the Italian countryside. Emerging as a potential for creative allocation, the secondary residence of approximately 85 m² is currently in use as a social and entertaining space. It boasts of a well-equipped bathroom. Residentially designated, there is a potential for remodelling this space into a guest house, a home office, or a recreational area. This property includes a ground floor room, a bathroom, a cellar and has small sheds utilised for storage purposes. Property features: - 2 bedrooms - 2 bathrooms - Size of 180 m² - Separate guest house - Vineyard - Private courtyard Much loved and cared for, the attached vineyard generates the charm of rural Italy right at your doorstep. Positioned along the main road, the vineyard presents an opportunity to create a separate entrance, providing an added layer of privacy. The location of this house is unrivalled, offering a countryside ambience while remaining in reach of essential amenities. Isola Del Liri is a thriving district, celebrated for its bustling restaurants, bars, fascinating shops and not to forget, the spectacular waterfall. Living in Isola del Liri, you can experience a combination of rural tranquillity and urban conveniences. The town is within easy reach of both Rome and Naples with their respective airports, making day trips into the city a simple pleasure. Drive east and find yourself surrounded by the mountains of the Abruzzo National Park which offers picturesque horse trekking, pristine mountain lakes and rivers for summer dipping. Winter activities are also a short drive away, with ski slopes within an hour's journey. A purchase in Isola del Liri will provide you with a taste of the 'real' Italy, far removed from the busy crowds of the larger cities, yet comfortably within reach. The climate is predominantly temperate, with warm, pleasant summers and cool, wet winters. In terms of the property's condition, it is in a good state, with an independent LPG heating system and timber-framed windows. The decor might be considered a bit outdated, calling for a touch of revitalising to restore its former glory, but the house is overall in a liveable condition. This unique and attractive complex offers significant potential for refurbishment and customisation to suit your personal tastes and needs. It can be a unique, contemporary country home with a guest annex, ready to welcome friends and family or even to operate as a bed-and-breakfast business. Overall, this property is an Italian treasure, waiting for the right owner to revive it and embrace the enchanting Italian lifestyle it offers.

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Nestled in the tranquil landscapes of Arce, Frosinone, Lazio in Italy, you’ll find the enchanting Villafelice, a four-bedroom villa that's generously spaced at 350sqm. This beautiful property is available and waiting to become your perfect Italian country home. The villa offers panoramic views of the picturesque Italian countryside. It's peaceful and quiet, offering residents an escape from bustling city life. Yet, this idyllic setting is a mere 5 to 10 minutes drive from local shops and amenities. Thus, you will have easy access to daily necessities as well as opportunities for exploration and leisure. Property features include: - Electric gates leading to the front garden - A conveniently located car parking area with a storage room - Multiple space layout options - A large room with a balcony offering stunning views - A fully-fitted modern kitchen with a family dining room and a study corner Property Amenities include: - 4 well-appointed bedrooms - 2 bathrooms - A spacious upper floor, with potential for further living areas - Spacious front garden with panoramic views Villafelice's potential is immense, be it a multi-generational family home or a property investment set to generate rental income. Its condition is good, meaning that it stands ready for occupancy, with minimum renovations required. Lazio, the region in which the villa sits, is a beautiful part of the world. Easily reachable from both Rome and Naples, this region is a treasure trove waiting to be discovered. Whether you fancy a day's shopping in the heart of Rome or a leisurely drive to the mesmerizing beaches south of Rome, all of your desires are catered for. Serene mountainous landscapes of the Abruzzo National Park are positioned to the east - a site where sparkling mountain lakes and streams are a heavenly retreat during the summer heat. An hour's drive introduces you to invigorating winter ski slopes, presenting a striking contrast to the tranquil beaches. This unspoilt gem of Lazio is often overlooked, but to the discerning eye, it offers an unchanged and authentic Italian lifestyle. Medieval hilltop towns, offering more than two-thousand years of history, dot the region and provide a fascinating exploration for residents and visitors. Living in Villafelice offers a taste of this authentic Italian lifestyle. The villa sits in harmony with nature, and the surrounding areas offer endless exploration opportunities. Just a mere ninety-minute journey brings you to central Rome or the airports, making it the perfect base for both domestic and international travels. Living in Italy, especially in a villa, immerses you in the charming Italian culture. This experience comes with the added comfort and grandeur that Villafelice offers. The unmatched tranquillity that the countryside provides perfectly complements the luxury of this Italian villa. The villa features an energy classification of F, indicating that the property has the potential for energy improvements that would make it even more environmentally friendly. The climate in this region complements its alluring features. It experiences a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The villa, with its ample space and layout, is designed to provide comfort throughout the seasons. In conclusion, Villafelice is an exclusive opportunity for potential overseas buyers, to own their piece of Italian paradise. This four-bedroom villa, with its approximately 350 square meters, offers more than just a residency; it offers a lifestyle uniquely Italian, enriched by historic charm and natural beauty. Priced at 265000, it stands as a worthwhile investment into this enchanting region of Italy.

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Welcome to a charming two-bedroom, two-bathroom house nestled in the small, idyllic hamlet of Casa Le Gotte, near the historical hilltop town of Monte San Giovanni Campano. This captivating home offers a blend of rural comfort and modern functionality, making it an appealing prospect for potential homeowners seeking both serenity and easy accessibility. The property's appeal extends past its 285 square meter walls to the surrounding expansive olive grove, offering a beautiful slice of the Italian countryside. To accompany this, a 100 square meter outbuilding, complete with catastral add-ons, provides extra space for various use. The living space is characterized by its beautiful spaciousness and functionality. The ground floor features a large entrance hall, leading to an open-plan living area and kitchen. The cosy fireplace is not just an aesthetic feature, but also a functional one capable of heating water for the radiators. On the first floor, you'll find two double bedrooms and another bathroom, complete with a bathtub/shower, which serves the sleeping area. Property features include: - Gated secure courtyard - Olive grove - Large entrance hall - Open plan living room and kitchen - Fireplace coupled with a functional hot water heater - Two double bedrooms - Bathroom with bathtub/shower In addition to the main house, there's an extra building offering a storeroom, cellar and woodshed. Its electric irrigation system is accompanied by a water tank and a small fenced garden, a feature that adds an extra layer of charm to the property. Monte San Giovanni Campano is a region filled with history and beauty. It offers a glimpse into traditional Italian culture but is also conveniently located just 90 minutes from Rome. With easy access to the mountains of the Abruzzo National Park and stunning beaches south of Rome, residents are sure to appreciate the diverse landscape and recreational options. The climate is temperate, with regular patterns of the four seasons, which allows residents to enjoy a range of activities throughout the year. Living in this area provides an authentic Italian experience, far removed from the bustling tourist hotspots. The nearby café, "I Marchesi," the supermarket and a variety of shops provide local amenities that add to the charm of the area. The community and the Ciociaria region, feature a rich cultural heritage preserving over 2000 years of history. With a blend of idyllic rural landscapes and intriguing hilltop towns, living in the Ciociaria region offers individuals the opportunity to immerse themselves in the nuances of the ‘real’ Italy. The sale of the house includes the outbuilding and olive grove, providing an enticing package for prospective buyers. Investing in this property offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the captivating landscapes and rich cultural backdrop that Monte San Giovanni Campano has to offer. Whether you are looking to escape the city's bustle or find a charming retreat within reach of historical and natural attractions, this house could be a perfect fit for you.

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Introducing Tenuta San Giorgio, a truly charming three-bedroom Italian character property enveloped in the heart of Lazio. Located in the historic locality of San Giorgio, near the vibrant regional center of Sora, this estate is a beautiful embodiment of Italy's rich history dating back to the late 1800s. The property, which spans a generous 400 square meters, has undergone extensive renovations between 1997 and 2007 to combine traditional character features with modern comforts, creating an exquisite blend of old and new. The main domicile is a tastefully restored 250 square meter elegant farmhouse. The core of the property is complemented by a majestic porticoed terrace, adding an additional 70 square feet of breezy outdoor living space. Adjacent to the main abode is the 'Tavernone,' a delightful 100 square meter entertainment area. The Tavernone—with its large fireplace, kitchenette, sitting area, and 24-seater cherry wood table—is perfect for hosting guests, family gatherings, or simply enjoying some downtime. The property highlights include: - 3 bedrooms - 3 bathrooms - A functional kitchen area - Dining room with fireplace - Two living room areas both with fireplaces and access to porch - A study room - A laundry room - Outbuildings contributing to a further 278 square feet, which includes garages, sheds, cellars, a barbecue area, stables and a barn - Spectacular views and ample outdoor space with olive groves spanning 25,500 square meters, wooded land of 8,500 square meters, a courtyard, and a garden with two wells for irrigation. While the residence itself offers a myriad of possibilities, its setting within the picturesque town of Sora further enhances its appeal. You will be spoilt by the serenity and silence of a beautiful rural landscape, while simultaneously within easy reach of conveniences and amenities. The property is just a short drive away from markets, restaurants, cafés, and public transport facilities. Furthermore, relax in the knowledge that you are merely 90 minutes away from Rome and its two international airports. The climate of Sora, where the property is located, compliments its already promising appeal. Being situated in a temperate zone, it enjoys a pleasant climate throughout the year. The summers are warm and humid while the winters are cool. If you have an adventurous streak, a short hour’s drive will lead you to the doors of the Abruzzo National Park, which offers opportunities for horse trekking, swimming in sparkling mountain lakes, and even skiing during the winter season. The renovation opportunity this property brings makes it an ideal choice for overseas buyers looking for a fixer-upper. With its cubic capacity, the existing outbuildings could be restored with the potential to expand the living space and add further accommodation facilities subject to obtaining the necessary approvals. This additional expansion could also lead to potential agritourism-type funding. In essence, Tenuta San Giorgio is not merely a house; it is a slice of Italian history nestled in the beautiful region of Lazio. With such a rich history and tangible opportunities for further development, this gem of a property is undoubtedly an exciting venture for any overseas buyer. Would you be the one to carry forward its legacy? This exquisite property is currently available at a price of 790,000 euros.

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Welcome to Casa Roselli, your idyllic Italian retreat. This delightful 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom detached house is situated in a quaint village on the outskirts of the historic town of Casalvieri, approximately 90 minutes from Rome. Located a mere walking distance from local restaurants, wine bars, shops, and essential services such as post offices and banks, this incredible home offers convenience, comfort, and heritage. The Casa Roselli spans over 290 sq.mt. and is set within over 2,500 sq.mt. of gated grounds. This undeniably charming property offers flexibility with its interior layout, allowing you to tailor your living experience to meet your exact needs. Once welcomed by a broad entrance hall, you are led to a well-fitted kitchen, complete with a traditional log fireplace, and then onwards into a spacious bedroom and bathroom suite located conveniently on the ground floor. The property boasts two vast living rooms at the same level, creating a wonderful flow in the house. Ascend the wide stairs to the first floor, and you will discover three more large, luminous rooms, perfectly suited as extra bedrooms, an additional living room, study/office, or as you see fit. As you spend more time in Casa Roselli, you will begin to appreciate its design enhancing most out of the slope in the property's geographic positioning, this design gives the home's lower level direct access to the patio and the lavishly sized garden outside. This outdoors area is perfect for dining under the Italian sky during those balmy summer nights. Beyond this, you will find an expansive olive grove and an orchard, thoroughly embodying the authentic Italian lifestyle. Additional notable features of Casa Roselli include a garage, wine and storage rooms, a large games or hobby room (with bathroom), and another rustic kitchen with an open fireplace. Now let's set our eyes on the local area. The Ciociaria region, within easy reach of Rome and Naples, is incredibly beautiful. The peaceful historic town of Casalvieri, known for its rich historical architecture, lays at the entrance of wild gorges of the Melfa river. The town, often overlooked by tourists, serves as a perfect retreat from bustling cities like Rome and Naples, yet is close enough for a day's shopping trip or a short drive to charming beaches south of Rome. Closer home, you may opt for hikes through the delightful beech forests of the Abruzzo National Park, or enjoy a swim in its sparkling mountain lakes and rivers. And not to worry if you're a fan of winter sports– less than an hour's drive will get you to beautiful ski slopes. Living in Casa Roselli can be more than just owning a home– it can be an opportunity to immerse yourself in an idyllic rural Italian lifestyle. An experience where you can appreciate the 'real' Italy, its rich history and vibrant culture, while enjoying a leisurely lifestyle away from crowded tourist cities. This well-maintained mid-century property is truly a gem in the heartland of Italy. The location, the local climate, and the house itself– everything about Casa Roselli has been curated to provide a quintessential Italian living experience. Be it the timeless panoramic views across the hills and valleys of the Val di Comino, the impressive stone architecture or the traditional Italian lifestyle, every aspect of this property paints a vivid portrait of the Italian dream. Property Features: - A detached house - 4 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - Large 290 sq.mt size - Set in over 2,500 sq.mt. of gated grounds with olive groves and orchard - Well-fitted kitchen with log fireplace - Balconies with panoramic views Amenities: - Garage - Wine and Storage rooms - Large games/hobby room with bathroom - Extra rustic kitchen with open fireplace Price: €240,000 As you step into the heart of Italy and embrace life in the beautiful town of Casalvieri, Casa Roselli stands ready to welcome you with open arms.

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Dive into the charm of the authentic Italian lifestyle with this beautiful, independent villa located in the tranquil hills of Casalvieri, Frosinone, in the heart of Lazio. This property offers a single-floor intelligent architectural layout that spans a generous 95 sq.mt., ensuring the optimum utilization of all available space without the need for stairs. The design of this home prioritizes comfort and efficiency bringing to reality all the functionality you could wish for in a home. Witness the seamless blend of indoor and outdoor living as the villa maintains a strong visual integration with the exterior surroundings, accentuated by the home's expansive 1,500 sq.mt., land parcel that offers a breath-taking view of the distant mountains. The property introduces detailed open-plan living through wide windows that allow abundant sunlight to fill the home. Immerse yourself into the effervescent scenery that this home offers with sweeping landscapes and picturesque vistas. The interior design of the house impeccably marries style with comfort and brings an inviting and inclusive ambiance. The 26 sq.mt. living area unfolds seamlessly into an open kitchen that integrates well with the rest of the area. The white colour scheme with stoneware floors and coordinated tiling further enhances the aura of spaciousness providing an overall palate of tranquillity and calmness. The layout includes a living area and open kitchen (26 sq.mt.), a guest bedroom (12 sq.mt.) and a modern bathroom with a shower (6 sq.mt.). You also have the flexibility of converting the second guest bedroom (9 sq.mt.) into a study. The property also boasts a generous master bedroom (16 sq.mt.) that features an ensuite bathroom with a shower. The property is furnished in double-fired glazed ceramic enhancing its elegance. Central heating is available throughout the villa powered by a 1,000 litre LPG tank. Indeed, no element has been overlooked, with double glazed windows and thermal insulation contributing to the home’s A-grade energy efficiency. Stepping outside, the property fully optimizes its generous land allotment providing an 18 sq.mt. porch and 20 sq.mt. loggia. This expands the usable space of the home, perfect for family get-togethers and hosting guests. Amenities include: - Central heating - Double glazed windows - Thermal insulation - On-site parking space - Energy class 'A'. The existence of excellent road access coupled with on-site parking makes moving around a breeze. Not forgetting the convenience of local shops, restaurants, cafés, and essential services which are only a few minutes drive away from the villa. Living in Casalvieri, you are strategically situated away from the bustling cities but still within easy reach to Rome and Naples and their respective airports. The local area offers a unique lifestyle with a blend of history and nature. The region is renowned for its medieval hilltop towns, breath-taking scenery, vibrant cultural events and exquisite local cuisine. Casalvieri resides in the region known as the Ciociaria: a haven for lovers of history, outdoor activities and traditional Italian cuisine. This region is a hidden gem, easily accessible yet undisturbed by mass tourism. During summer, the mountain lakes and rivers of the nearby Abruzzo National Park become a natural haven for activities like horse trekking and swimming. Meanwhile, during winter, the ski slopes are less than an hour's drive away. As for the local climate, it's predominantly temperate, with a mild winter and warm summer offering an overall pleasant living condition year-round. A home in Casalvieri is indeed a sanctuary in the heart of Italy, perfect for those seeking tranquillity and a slower, more relaxed way of life. This 3-bedroom villa is a fine opportunity to own a slice of Italian paradise. Whether it's going to be your dream home or as a purchase for future investment, the opportunities are endless with this beautiful residence in the idyllic landscape of Casalvieri, Italy.

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Located in the heart of the idyllic Italian region of Lazio, this inviting 3 bedroom house in Campoli Appennino, Frosinone, is a delightful haven waiting to be discovered. Nestled amidst 3,100 square meters of verdant gardens and wooden territories, this peaceful retreat is perfect for both summer and winter getaways. Awaiting a new owner at the price of €230,000, this home promises a serene, fulfilling life immersed in the rich Italian culture and landscape. This elegant and lovingly maintained house spans a generous area of 238 square meters, boasting 3 comfortable bedrooms and 3 well-appointed bathrooms. The house presents an ideal balance of cozy living areas and generous outdoor spaces, complementing both the appeal of indoor living and the allure of the outdoors. Natural sunlight videos the house, transforming each room into a calm and welcoming space. Home Highlights: - 3 spacious bedrooms - 3 modern bathrooms - 238 square meters of living space - A generous 3,100 square-meter expanse of enchanting gardens - Stunning panoramic views of the lush valleys and tranquil landscapes Features of the House: - Large patios fitted with a covered dining area and a traditional Italian pizza oven - Several inviting sitting rooms each outfitted with log fireplaces - A well-equipped kitchen arrayed across several interconnected rooms - A distinct, quiet study area for focused work or relaxation - A luxury master bedroom suite with a large dressing room and a tranquil view of the valley beyond - A charming bar area featuring a compact fireplace for intimate gatherings - A separate utility and laundry room - Beautifully sculpted gardens adorned with ornamental items, hosting a grass court for boules and a potential site for a swimming pool Living in Campoli Appennino: Located in the region of Lazio, Campoli Appennino is a charming medieval town that seamlessly melds a serene, laid-back lifestyle with a vibrant cultural scene. The town is renowned as the heart of Italy's truffle region, offering readily available seasonal fresh truffles of various types and wild porcini mushrooms. Campoli Appennino is the proud host to black and white truffle festivals in June and November, respectively, fostering a lively and inclusive community atmosphere. This historical town is an undisturbed gem, featuring beautiful scenery and medieval hilltop towns where you can experience the authentic Italian lifestyle. Here, you're within easy reach of both Rome and Naples and their numerous attractions. Simultaneously, the captivating beaches south of Rome and the Abruzzo National Park's majestic mountain landscapes lie a mere short drive away. The beauty of this location is enhanced by its moderate climate, characterized by hot, dry summers, and cool, rainy winters, making it a desired destination throughout the year. Living in this house in Campoli Appennino, you would be within a 10-minute drive from Sora - the main administrative town in the region. It boasts of numerous shops, supermarkets, bars, cafes, and restaurants. The enticing towns of Isola del Liri, home to a blues festival, and the historic hilltop town of Arpino are also within a 30-minute drive from home. Buying this house in this tranquil corner of Italy, you get more than a property - you get a lifestyle. You would be opening the doors to an enchanting world where you discover the 'real' Italy away from the city's crowds, immersing yourself in a rich historical and cultural tapestry while enjoying unsurpassed natural beauty. This house, poised to be your new home, offers a chance to step away from fast-paced urban life, a place where you can create cherished memories with your family and friends. This house in Campoli Appennino is not just a property, it's a lifestyle - a chance to live the Italian dream.

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Discover a unique, character-filled property in the charming idyllic region of Alatri in Frosinone, Lazio, Italy — Tenuta Ceccacci. This period country mansion exudes history and dignity, dates back to the 1800s, and is situated in a stunning 5-hectare estate lavishly adorned with an olive grove, boasting approximately 250 trees. The location of this estate is particularly captivating, situated in the distinctive countryside of Ciociaria - a visually stunning natural paradise. It is conveniently located just a short distance from Frosinone and the enchanting town of Fiuggi. Living here, you would be less than 65km from the capital city - Rome, with easy access to important road arteries (autostrada and superstrada). Originally, Tenuta Ceccacci served noble purposes as a 'hunting lodge' for the Countess Albertazzi and was carefuly inherited by her daughter. Besides the royal hunting expeditions, it also functioned as a storage facility and cold greenhouse for citrus fruits in winter. The mansion bears a great deal of historical significance being used as a residential refuge by the Germans and Allies during the Second World War. The property encompasses two principal structures, along with multiple outbuildings that have been well maintained without losing their original charm. Take a stroll down a romantic tree-lined avenue nestled between the verdant olive groves and you will be greeted by the twin pillars of the property. The first structure, having been purposefully renovated, comprises a total area (including outbuildings) of 290 square meters across two levels. On the ground floor and within the outbuildings, you'll find: - Storage rooms - Cellars - Barns - Tool sheds - A garage - A technical room - A pizza oven, adding a delightful rustic charm The residence is currently configured to include two double bedrooms, two bathrooms, lounge, living room, study, dining room with a fireplace, kitchen, and various other rooms. The interior design provides flexibility and opportunities for personalization adding more bedrooms if the heart so desires. The second structure holds significant historical value and requires a touch of internal restoration to truly render its timeless beauty. The living area is massive, totalling 430 square meters across 16 rooms and three levels. Although it requires some modernization - including the electrical and heating systems - its structural condition is good, including the roof, which was completely restored in 1980. Notable original features in this part of the mansion include: - Antique staircase in peperino stone - Vintage railings from the 1800s - Ceilings with antique coffered beams - Stone portals - A captivating internal courtyard with an ancient cistern and small room for olive oil - A grotto/wine-cellar for ageing wine The estate is not just a mansion, but a slice of history. It can be adapted and repurposed to fit various visions whether as a high-end tourist accommodation facility, a captivating event center, or a peaceful retirement home. Living in Alatri is like stepping back in time, enjoying a slower, relaxed pace of life surrounded by rich history, ancient architecture and unspoiled natural beauty. Enjoy the Mediterranean climate with its hot summers and cool, wet winters - perfect for those who enjoy seasonal changes. The local area boasts excellent restaurants, leisure activities, and cultural events, making it both attractive and enticing to overseas buyers. Overall, Tenuta Ceccacci is more than just a property; it's the opportunity for a unique way of life immersed in the tranquillity and allure of Italy, offering a perfect symphony of history, culture, and nature. Energy classification: G.

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