2 bedroom country house for sale
Italy - Sicily, Agrigento, Cianciana
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- OLD STONE COUNTRY HOUSE
- NEAR STATE ROAD
An old country house of two floors situated on a rocky hillside promentory. In the course of being restructured with a structure in stone blocks and covering an area of approx 42 sqm per floor. On the grounds there is already the predisposition for the laying of a swimming pool. There is also present a cistern of GPL gas. The property has land pertaining covering an area of 1350 sqm.
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