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4 bedroom semi-detached villa for sale

Offers in Region of €298,000

Italy - Sicily, Trapani, Castelvetrano

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Call: 03339 391253

Key features:

  • Views
  • Character
  • Garden
  • Quiet
  • Spacious
  • Nearby the greek temples
  • Nearby the sea
  • Private road access
  • Comfortable

Full description:

This sunny Semi-detached villa in Selinunte enjoys a exclusive location, near the Archaeological Park of Selinunte, biggest Archaeological Park in Europe and 3 kilometers from the Natural Reserve of the Belice river.
Situated in one of the most charming area of Western Sicily the villa is overlooking the greek temples and archaeological park. It is only 1500 meters from the town of Marinella, 2 kilometers far from the beach and 65 kilometers far from Trapani Airport.

The Villa consists of 2 units, ideal to be shared by two different families.

The Unit 1 consist of:
- Spacious Living Room with Dining Area
- Built-in Kitchen
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- Mezzanine
- Veranda
- Outdoor Shower
- Private Garden

The Unit 2 consist of:
- Built-in Kitchen with Dining Area
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- Mezzanine
- Veranda
- Outdoor Shower
- Private Garden

Amenities and special features of this villa:

- View
- Garden
- Heating with wood stove
- Outdoor Shower
- Private Road Access
- Floor type: Tiles, Resin

Call the number above or send a private message and book your viewing now.


Ancient Selinus, lying between the rivers Modione and Cottone, was the most westerly of all Greek colonies, founded by Megara Hyblaea around 650 B.C. Selinus's name derives from the Greek for the wild celery (selinon), the simbol of the city, which still grows on the fertile plain.
This plain that attracted settlers so far westward the cause of the city's prosperity in the 6th 5th centuries B.C., as well as its woes, for the Elymians of Segesta coveted the land and ceaselessly

The ruins of Selinunte are some of the most impressive of the ancient Greek world and the site is one of the most captivating in Sicily. In its heyday (VI - V centuries), the huge city had over 100.000 inhabitants and for two centuries it was one of the richest and most powerful in the world. The spectacular remains of its many temples are proof of its influence. No visit to Selinunte is complete without a walk along the stunning stretch of beach below, from where there are marvellous views of the cliff-top temples. You will find the path down to the left of the Acropolis parking area.
Ancient historical sources are controversial as to the date of Selinunte’s foundation. According to Diodorus, the city was founded between 651 and 650 BC, while according to Thucydides its foundation dates from 629-628 BC. The first urban nucleus was established on the vast sheer plateau (about 50m above sea level) situated between the valley of the Modione river (the ancient Selinos) to the west, and the “Gorgo di Cottone” valley to the east. This was the Acropolis of which 5 Temples remain. Behind it, to the north, were the city residential quarters.
The name of Selinunte probably derived from the river which flew to the west of the city boundaries, the Selinos, or, as others have suggested, from a wild plant, a kind of celery (“selinon”), which still grows locally and whose leaves were depicted on the early coins minted at Selinunte.
The westernmost Greek outpost, closely in contact with the Carthaginian-Punic territories and with the Elymian cities of Segesta and Entella, the city extended its influence over the fertile coastal plains, from the mouth of the Platani river to the east, to the mouth of the Mazarus river to the west, as far as present-day Poggioreale (destroyed and evacuated following a violent earthquake in the 1980s) to the north, behind the Elymian city of Entella. In the late 6C BC Selinunte had to fight against the Elymian coalition of Erice, Segesta and Alicyae. This early skirmishes and territorial controversies were followed by a long period of peaceful neighbouring relations, which was accompanied by the urban and architectural development of the city that still today we can admire the ruins of the majestic temples and the Acropolis.

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Nearest Airports*

  • Palermo Punta Raisi (International), 62.2 miles

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To view this property or request more details, contact
Go2Sicily Real Estate , Trapani

Viale San Remo, 68, Mazara del Vallo, Trapani, 91026
03339 391253  Local call rate
About Go2Sicily Real Estate , Trapani

Go2Sicily Real Estate is a specializing agency both in selling properties and renting holiday homes.
We aim to provide exceptional service to all our clients whether you are buying a home or holidaying here in Sicily.
Based in Mazara del Vallo, Go2Sicily started in 2015 with the aim to offer properties for sale and holiday rentals with professional service. Director, Gaetano Ravenna has 7 years’ experience in the property market place and more than 20 years’ experience in the holiday rentals market.
With Go2Sicily you're in safe hands. We strive every day to meet and exceed the expectations of each of our customers and to provide prompt, courteous and responsive to the unique features, offering what we promise in full transparency, a precious element that affects the purchase of your home.
Helping our clients to find the dream home in Sicily without all the time or hassle associated with house hunting and the risks associated with purchasing properties abroad is our goal.
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-Thorough knowledge about the local property market, the properties we offer and the cities in which we operate.
- As good communication between agent and buyer is basic, choosing a professional foreign real estate agent who speaks your language is likely tracks down homes that meet your needs. We speak English, French and Arabic but we are in a better position to negotiate a discount being Italian and Sicilian native language.
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Viale San Remo, 68, Mazara del Vallo, Trapani, 91026
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