Luxurious 1878 Country Mansion with Views to Arpino - La Regina

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Via San Vito, Arpino (Italy)

5 Bedrooms · 4 Bathrooms · 350Floor area


Country home


5 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms




Not furnished


This beautiful 5 bedroom country house is located in the picturesque region of Lazio, Frosinone, Arpino, Italy. The date-stone embedded in the decorative tiled wall fountain indicates that the property was built in 1878, and it has been lovingly restored over the years to maintain its original features. From its balconies and gardens, you will be able to take in breathtaking views of the nearby medieval hilltop town of Arpino.

The home covers 350 square meters (3,770 sq.ft.) and is spread across three levels. The living areas are on the ground floor, bedrooms on the upper floor and further living areas, amenities and bedrooms at the cantina level. There is underfloor heating throughout the upper two floors, and the property is connected to mains water and sewage.

At the entrance, there is an original stone lintel over the entry door which leads to a sitting room, a dining room, powder room and kitchen. All rooms have wonderful views, combining antique hand-painted ceramic tiles with local terracotta floor tiles for a charming effect. The dining room boasts three magnificent pieces of Chippendale furniture dating from 1910 which are available for sale separately. The kitchen is beautifully tiled with modern Italian ceramic tiles depicting herbs and flowers and has a separate casual dining area with direct access to the terraces and garden, perfect for outdoor entertaining.

Up the graceful wrought iron and wood staircase lies an upper floor with wood parquet flooring, a study area and three bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. Each bedroom has its own balcony with original but beautifully restored ironwork, offering superb views.

Downstairs, the cantina has several rooms including a large open plan area, two bedrooms, a shower and laundry room. This area could be used as a separate apartment with its own external access, as guest accommodation or as a TV, games and relaxation area.

The terraced gardens are planted with lawns, plants and trees, and also include an olive grove of around 130 trees. You can enjoy al fresco dining on the terracotta-tiled terraces, ample space for a swimming pool and a separate stone building with three rooms (a dependence) which has been restored (with electricity and water connected).

For those wanting to explore the area, a private pathway from the garden winds up into Arpino, and the property is only five minutes away by car from the centre.

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This 2 bedroom detached house for sale in Abruzzo, Pescara, Tocco da Casauria, Italy is the perfect opportunity to experience the beauty of the Majella National Park and the Pescara Valley. The property offers a great combination of ancient craftsmanship and modern comfort. The barn (Pagliaio) and farmhouse (Masseria) are both built from tuff stone dating back to the 1800s and have been restored with care and respect for their historical and environmental characteristics. The Pagliaio has been recently restored into a studio apartment with a kitchen, bedroom and bathroom with shower. The Masseria comprises two floors of approximately 50 square metres each and includes a simple kitchen/dining area and a bedroom with an old fireplace and large bathroom with shower. The roofs have all been redone, with exposed reed mats, insulation and a covering of traditional tiles. The floors are a combination of original terracotta bricks, wooden planks and white concrete screeds. The window frames are either original wood, restored and integrated, or new essential wood. Heating is provided by air conditioning, fireplace and wood stove and the kitchen is fully equipped with gas cylinders. Tocco da Casauria is located on a hill 356 metres above sea level and offers stunning views of the Majella mountains. It's also conveniently close to skiing at Passo Lanciano (29 km/41 min away), the Adriatic Coast at Pescara (45 km/35 min away) and major airports including Abruzzo International Airport (40 km/34 min). The town itself dates back to Roman times and is full of buildings of artistic and cultural interest. As well as shops, restaurants, bars and cafés, it is famous for its production of extra virgin olive oil, wines and Centerba - a light green liqueur made from local herbs and plants. Living in the area provides the perfect balance between city and country life; enjoy the stunning countryside views, explore the national park, take part in outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking or paragliding and appreciate the proximity to the nearby amenities and airports. The sale price includes almost all the furniture and equipment present and energy class G, EPgl nren 269.19 kWh/sqm yearly, EPgl ren 10.31 kWh/sqm yearly. If you're looking for an exclusive property in a peaceful and beautiful environment then this 2 bedroom detached house for sale in Abruzzo, Pescara, Tocco da Casauria, Italy could be the one for you.

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Presenting a splendid 3-bedroom abode located in the serene town of Tocco da Casauria, Abruzzo, Italy. This charming property is a perfect meld of contemporary amenities nestled in a rustic atmosphere. Boasting of a total size of approximately 200 sqm, the house is spread across two floors and supplemented by an added attic space. Upon entering the property, you will step into a welcoming reception area which leads into a well-appointed and practical kitchen. Adding practicality to the living space, there is a well-equipped storage area and a bathroom on the same floor. As you move upstairs, you won't fail to notice the warmth in two inviting bedrooms and a separate room, ready to be transformed into another bathroom as the necessary plumbing is already in place. Commanding a separate entrance, there is also an external courtyard to make evenings more enjoyable. The attic, a treasure trove of space, houses two expansive rooms adorned with a well-ventilated roof - perfect for storage or conversion into additional living areas. Impeccably placed at an elevation of 356 meters, the property overlooks the marvellous Pescara valley and the majestic Majella mountains. Moreover, less than 35 km away, you will find ski slopes sure to attract winter sports lovers. The house's close proximity to the cherished Majella National Park - home to several indigenous flora and fauna, encourages a plethora of outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking and even paragliding. The historical town of Tocco da Casauria offers more than just beauty. It is rich with Roman heritage and has a vibrant cultural scene. Convenience is never an issue here; the vicinity offers a plethora of shops, banks, exquisite restaurants, bars, and cafes. The locale is renowned for its production of extra virgin olive oil, exquisite wines and Centerba – a delicious green liqueur crafted from a blend of herbs and plants indigenous to the region. In terms of local climate, Tocco da Casauria has a temperate Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot and dry, punctuated by breezes carried from the neighboring Adriatic sea. Winters are mild yet cool enough for a comfortable skiing experience in nearby resorts. Embracing life in a house such as this extends beyond the square footage. It is about adopting a more peaceful, relaxed pace of life, breathing in the fresh air each day, and basking in the natural beauty that surrounds your home. It's about having space for family and friends to visit, an enchanting yard where you relax, and an abundance of local produce to savor and share with loved ones. Living in this beautiful townhouse in Tocco da Casauria offers the trifecta of the best Italian living – incredible natural beauty, rich cultural heritage and modern convenience, all at a very affordable price of 77000. That’s not just a home; it's a lifestyle. From the thrill of skiing in winters to the solace of a sunny summer afternoon, every season here brings a fresh touch of paradise. Irresistible, isn’t it?

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Welcome to a picturesque escape in Abruzzo, Italy, where the soothing whisper of nature blends harmoniously with the rustic charm of grandeur Italian architecture. Tucked amidst the enthralling and idyllic town of Alanno in Pescara, this breathtakingly beautiful six-bedroom detached house exemplifies a unique retreat that promises unparalleled tranquility, surrounded by stunning landscapes and majestic mountain views. This property, elevated at 307 metres above sea level, offers a heavenly view of the surrounding panorama. Perched atop a hill, the residence is bathed in natural beauty, providing an almost hypnotic experience. Engulfed in pristine emerald beauty, scattered across 1000 sq. metres of land, lies the abode's captivating gardens, touched by nature's bounty, totally fenced providing utmost privacy. Spanning across majestically vast 430 sq. metres, this abode is sprawled over four levels. The ground floor reveals a convivial environment with a kitchen, designer dining room accompanied by a cozy fireplace, and 2 comfortable bedrooms serviced by a bathroom. The first floor houses a refined kitchen, a picturesque living room adorned with a vaulted ceiling and painted frescos, a dining room, and two spacious bedrooms sharing a sophisticated bathroom. All the rooms overlook a balcony that encapsulates the entire room and offers an unending, enchanting view of the serene surroundings. The second floor unravels two additional bedrooms and a bathroom, while a picturesque staircase takes you to a laundry room at the third floor, which leads to a panoramic terrace. A captivating vista awaits you at the fourth floor which unveils a 40 sq. mt terrace offering breathtaking scenery. Additional highlights such as a garage, cellar, and various stores add to the charm of this property. Living in Alanno, a town with 3,487 inhabitants, would be an experience in itself, enriched by unique offerings of amenities required for modern living, such as banks, a post office, supermarkets, butchers, bakeries, bars, and restaurants. There exist a local weekly market which provides a veritable feast of local produce such as fruits, vegetables, salamis, and authentic Italian cheeses. For nature enthusiasts, Alanno extends an offering of Nature Reserve managed by WWF. You can take leisurely walks along the elegant paths bordering the River Pescara, immersing yourself in the rich biodiversity of migratory birds and interesting river vegetation. While the alluring charm of Alanno enchants the heart, it is also well-connected for those yearning to explore further. Abruzzo International Airport lies 30 km away, Ancona Airport is 194 km away, Rome Fiumicino Airport is 217 km away, and Rome Ciampino Airport is 191 km away. Adriatic Coast, just 35 km away in Pescara, provides a perfect getaway, while skiing enthusiasts can indulge in Nordic skiing at Voltigno (34 km away) and Alpine skiing at Passo Lanciano (24 km away). Living in this house feels like an endless vacation, you're always just a few steps away from feeling the breeze of crisp Italian air. You get to savour the delightful flavours of nature and enjoy a peaceful and quiet lifestyle, it's the perfect antidote to city living. This will be a perfect fit for those seeking a tranquil lifestyle in Italy. Living in Alanno also enables you to enjoy the friendly and welcoming community, great food, fine wines, history and culture of Italy. The climate of this region is Mediterranean on the coastline and in the valleys. The summers are warm and the winters are mild, allowing you to enjoy the beautiful outdoors in every season. The idyllic ambience, the stunning location combined with the grandeur of living in an Italian house makes this property particularly adequate for those looking for a tranquil journey in Italy, surrounded by beauty and serenity. This property is an invitation to personalised luxury interspersed with the charm of picturesque Italy and the warm, welcoming Italian lifestyle.

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Situated in the alluring countryside of Italy is this remarkable 2-bedroom detached house located in Alanno, Abruzzo, Pescara. Shrouded by the tranquility of nature and in proximity to breathtaking ski resorts, this house is the epitome of a harmonious idyll. Immersed in the ambiance of an Italian rural charm, the house spreads across a generous area of 120 square meters and expands over two levels. It encases cellars for the lovers of exquisite wines and various storage areas endorsing a clutter-free ideal living space. Additionally, its open-door garage accentuates the convenience factor for prospective homeowners. This lovely dwelling undoubtedly demands a light touch of cleaning and renovation. However, the existing framework is already liveable, with all essential utilities connected. Upon entering the ground floor, one is welcomed by a rustic cantina room, resplendent with the reveal of restored stone exposures. An internal staircase guiding to the upper floor further reaffirms the rustic charm, leading to a comprehensively restored room. The lower floor houses a country-style kitchen embraced by a distinctive vaulted ceiling. The heart of the home also features a traditional Italian fireplace augmenting the quintessential countryside charm. The lower floor also consists of a living room that can be repurposed as a bedroom, complemented by a water closet (WC). The upper floor comprises an expansive bedroom accompanied by a spacious bathroom. Nestled on a hilltop, Alanno is elevated at 307 meters above sea level. The town is rich with amenities including banks, post offices, supermarkets, butcher shops, bakeries, bars, and restaurants. You have the option to attend a weekly local market, offering an assortment of fresh local produce, salamis, and cheeses, reinforcing the rural charm and sparking social interaction. Alanno is also home to the picturesque Nature Reserve, meticulously managed by the WWF. The place is an absolute paradise for the ones inclined towards exploring the raw and calming beauty of nature. Living in Alanno is to embrace the enticing authenticity of Italy. You are located just 35 km from the Adriatic Coast, where one can engage in a leisurely beach day or aquatic adventure. Moreover, enigmatic skiing destinations are easily accessible within an hour's drive. The local climate of Alanno is rather mild, inviting one to indulge in year-round outdoor activities. The landscape of Alanno is a harmonious blend of lush rolling hills, vast farmlands, and whispering creeks, all under a cobalt blue sky, bedecked with soft fluffy clouds. It perfectly epitomizes the idyllic Italian countryside embraced by the magnificent beauty of Mother Nature. Living in a country home such as this feels like stepping into a fairytale. It brings alive the romantic notion of living among nature, while still enjoying modern comforts. The sense of tranquility that permeates the rural surroundings offers a welcome respite from city life, yet you’re never too far from the conveniences you’re accustomed to. Each morning brings an invitation to step outside and breathe in the clean, crisp country air. Our large outdoor spaces, private and peaceful, offer the perfect setting for entertaining, relaxing, or simply soaking in the stunning views. The daily lifestyle in Alanno echoes the humbling touch of a rural retreat, while promising contemporary comforts and conveniences. It is an appealing proposition for those aspiring for a harmonious mingling of modern living draped in nature's unblemished charm. In conclusion, this 2-bedroom countryside home offers a unique opportunity to experience an alluring lifestyle harmonious with the serene confines of Alanno, Italy. With a captivating blend of nature's tranquility and modern convenience, this property is more than just a home; it is a sanctuary of peace and harmony.

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