3 bedroom villa for sale
Italy - Sicily, Catania, Caltagirone
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- 300 SQM PLUS 53000 SQM LAND
- 100 SQM PANORAMIC VERANDA
- 22KM FROM BEACH
The Villa is of new construction and covers an area of approx 300 sqm and has land pertaining to the property of 48 Tumoli (53,000 sqm). It is situated in Sicily (Caltagirone) It is close to the main road where public buses pass every hr.
The house consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 large bathrooms, large sitting dining room, a good sized kitchen and a laundry room. Upstairs there is a large veranda of approx 100 sqm.
There are 2 wells, one for the house and one for watering the land. There are 500 peach trees (Settembrine) and 120 olive trees. Distance from the sea is 22 Kilometers and from the city center 7 Kilometers and it is close to a forest ( San Pietro)
This place is ideal for persons who love nature and hunting as there are a lot of wild rabbits and a variety of birds (San Martino)on the land. There is also a permit to build another 500 meter square Villa. This place can also be transformed to an Agriturismo (for hunters)
The asking price for all this is 350,000 Euro.
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