- incredible price
- real bargain
- beautiful terrace
R’ESTATE IN SICILY suggests a detached house with double entrance and double exposure in Bisacquino, located in via Lauro 21 corner with Via Cammarata. A characteristic building in yellow ocher stone. In the style of a mountain town houses, there is a double entrance on one hand corresponding to the ground floor (via Cammarata) and on the other side on the first floor (via Lauro). As you can see from the video, you can directly go to the first floor using the entrance from the back from via Cammarata. If you come instead from the main entrance of via Lauro, climbing the marble staircase, you will find a small room with no windows that could be transformed into a bathroom serving the master bedroom which lies on the same floor endowed with a large balcony. Two more flights of stairs and you will find a similar location of the first floor, with the difference that there is already a bathroom, while the non-windowed bedroom could be turned into a kitchen. The master bedroom on the second floor does not have a balcony but two windows. Back to the ground floor, to be clear the one with separate entrance from via Cammarata, you will find a bathroom with a tub, a kitchen and a single non-windowed room. Shortly, it would be possible to divide the property into two mini houses: one upstairs with two double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a kitchenette and the one below as a one-roomed apartment endowed with bathroom and kitchen. . The price is a real bargain. We, as R'Estate in Sicily, suggest this property. Watch the video.
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.