Roccacasale AQ (29.000) - Cod ZNU010

Partially restored stone cottage in the village with panoramic views.

 

Pretty small stone house partially restored in the upper part of ROCCACASALE (AQ), a village with a medieval structure lying at the foot of the ancient castle with fantastic views. The house has one level with a large room of approximately 47 sq m. The roof is new, totally redone, insulated and covered with old tiles; below it remains "exposed" with large laminated wood beams. The walls have been reinforced inside with iron chains, on the outside they can be further embellished by highlighting the structural stones. The attic is ready to be paved, a chimney has been installed and the pipes for the electrical system have also been prepared; the water system is functioning and the connection to the sewerage network has also been established. The only large room can be divided with partition walls obtaining a kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom. The old entrance door is surrounded by a precious white stone portal and opens onto a characteristic alley with ancient stone houses, the windows with balconies to be restored span the entire Peligna Valley up to the historic city of Sulmona.

Energy Class G, IPE> 800 kwh / m2 per year (provisional).

 

The village of Roccacasale has just under 800 inhabitants, is 450 m. slm in a very sunny position and has some shops, bars, restaurants, post office and also municipal parking lots; from different levels there are paths that allow excursions of varying difficulty and length on the surrounding mountains of the Morrone / Majella National Park with woods, plateaus, springs, equipped shelters as well as interesting remains of ancient settlements. At various times of the year but especially in summer, interesting cultural and recreational activities are taking place in the country. The nearby city of Sulmona can also be reached by bus in a few minutes; using the car instead you arrive in 10 'at the entrance "Pratola-Sulmona" of the A25, in 40' / 50 'at Pescara airport, the beaches of the Adriatic and the numerous ski areas. Rome is 90 'away (more than 2 hours by train or bus).

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