3 bedroom detached house for sale
Italy - Sicily, Palermo, Bisacquino
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- super convenient price
When the door of the church is open, you can even see from your bedroom , the painting of the Annunciation of the Charter (1851). Restate in Sicily hit the target once again presenting a detached house on three levels with three different entrances at a super convenient price.
Right in front of the monumental facade of Church of Carmine with four pillars at the entry, number 61 in Via del Carmine (coordinates 37.706371, 13.257547) you can access the property from the main entrance through a wooden door or alternatively from number 59 through the window door (Shutters Sicilian style in wood, aluminum and glass). On the ground floor there are two bedrooms, a small bathroom placed under the staircase and the compartment to access downstairs, even independently accessible from the courtyard in via Varca. In the second room of the ground floor equipped with a window, you will stand before a pleasant surprise that the owner has reserved just for you: an antique wardrobe with mirror embedded in the wall and a glass cupboard built in the early twentieth century, embedded in the wall as well. Climbing up ten steps, you will find the first floor bedroom, with a balcony, from where you can admire the façade of the Church. There are also a small bathroom and a small storage room on the same floor. The floor is still the original one with Sicilian majolica hand-manufactured in the early twentieth century. Ten more steps and you will reach the second floor where there a second bedroom is, with a small closet and an anteroom with a small window that could be used for a second bed. You can see the church also from this floor thanks to a balcony. And finally, on the third and top floor, you will find a large kitchen with two windows in front and a charming terrace at the back where you can enjoy the landscape of Bisacquino. On the same floor there is also a utility room and a bathroom. Notice the typical built-in kitchen decorated with Sicilian tiles and coal stove where Typical Sicilian dishes were cooked. But it is not over yet! Do you remember the stairs on the ground floor leading to the floor below? The one which Americans call “BASEMENT” is also in Bisacquino. You can access to the basement whether through the steps on the ground floor or independently from the backyard in Via Varca. Twenty square meters dedicated to your imagination - the roof has been lowered to create two floors but it is suggested to build back to the initial condition in order to have a room four meters tall - warehouse, garage, hobby room or living room ... What are you waiting? Watch the video and e-mail to us! Look closely and tell us if there another estate bargain as the one Restate in Sicily gives to you!
Bisacquino (Sicilian: Busacchinu) is a town and comune in the Province of Palermo in Sicily, Italy. It is located 82 kilometres (51 mi) from Agrigento and has approximately 5,215 inhabitants. The small town rises on an inner hill zone and is 663 metres (2,175 ft) above sea-level. The economy is based on agriculture and products are sold in abundance in the main town including cereals, olives, vegetables, almonds, hazel nuts and wine-grapes. Sheep breeding is also active in Bisacquino. The name Bisacquino derives from an Arabic farm house "Busackuin" meaning "rich in waters". In the 12th century it was owned by local lords until 1778 when it became a property of the archbishop from Monreale. The Sanctuary of the Madonna of the Balzo near Mount Triona was erected in 1678. The main church is the Cathedral Church of Bisacquino which is dedicated to John the Baptist. It was built in 1713.
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