2 bedroom terraced house for sale
Italy - Sicily, Palermo, Bisacquino
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- BIG BARGAIN
- separate entrances
Entering from via Savoca, on the ground floor through a wood gate you will meet a small entrance hall. Immediately to the left hand side you find a toilet and to the right the staircases going down to the lower floor. Up to the front there is the living room, with a balcony, with an old alcove where the bed is placed. The floor is covered by marble chips bricks. Two flights of stairs lead to the lower floor, which is also accessible from the courtyard behind via Savoca through a double wood, iron and glass door. On the ground floor there is a large room, a kitchen and a storeroom. The building, under the two separate entrances, can be divided into two three-room or gathered into a single house. After the renovation you might think of an independent apartment with an entrance from via Savoca 5 with bathroom, kitchen, living room with an alcove for the bed; and another with a separate entrance from the alley with a large living room with sofa bed, bathroom and kitchen. The price means for the middle portion of the apartment. Watch the video and donít miss this big bargain.
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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