6 bedroom villa for sale
Italy - Palermo, Palermo, Sicily
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The area is very green and peaceful, secure and peaceful.
The property has high quality frames with double glazing, ceramic tile floors, interior fixtures and fittings, use of high-profile material and facilities under.
It is on two levels on which we find two separate apartments.
The ground floor apartment has a beautiful large terrace covered by an arcade. Entering from the electric gate in the well-kept garden with many trees and flowering shrubs have a clearing paved for parking cars.
The apartment on the ground floor consists of a double living room, a second living area very large and bright, both these spaces overlook the terrace with large windows from which to enjoy the view of the garden; then more on the ground floor we have a fully equipped kitchen and a guest bathroom, the sleeping area consists of three bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as a utility room. All the ground floor rooms have openings that overlook the beautiful garden.
The upper floor is accessible by a staircase with independent access port from the ground floor.
On this floor there is a living area very bright and with a view that sweeps from the surrounding countryside to the sea, kitchen, three large bedrooms and a bathroom, and finally we have a beautiful terrace with barbecue and oven. The basement is used as a garage / storeroom.
The name Terrasini, according to the historian Gioacchino Di Marzo comes from the nearby promontory of Capo Rama, who with the opposite Capo San Vito form the Gulf of Castellammare.
The ancient "Sinus Aegestanus" began to be called "Terra Sinus" Land of the Gulf, then turned into Terrasini.
The village, probably of late medieval origin, it was a feudal domain of the principles of Carini La Grua Talamanca, which, in the early eighteenth century, it had acquired by Baron Donato Gazzara.
The municipal Terrasini story begins in 1836 with the unification of the two neighboring villages of Terrasini Favarotta and decreed by Ferdinand II of Bourbon.
The oldest part of the town, regular pattern, is arranged in long blocks of low white houses, aligned along straight roads converging towards the sea.
Stands the monumental Cathedral Church, dedicated to St. Mary. delle Grazie, and the two eighteenth-century palaces belonging to the princes of Carini: Palazzo La Grua, now the Town Hall, and Palazzo Cataldi, which houses the town library.
The country still has two souls and two cultures: the marinara and the peasant.
- Palermo Punta Raisi (International), 23.7 miles
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