3 bedroom character property for sale
Italy - Roma, Rome, Lazio
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- 120 sqm
- 2 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 fireplaces
- ceiling wood beams
- independent apartment
Very quiet and peaceful location!
The main body of the house dates back to the 1300s. The apartment has been tastefully restored recently and is in a quiet lane, with the steps to the "bridge", It has a private entrance and overlooks the beautiful Valley Siriaca which is part of a vast regional park with rich flora and fauna, natural springs and Etruscan tombs.
The railway station is near up the hill on to the Via Flaminia. Buses and trains leave from the station and take you directly to Piazza del Popolo in Rome's city centre or Saxa Rubra bus station. Morlupo also has a highway exit, on the Autostrada A1, that takes you to Rome's Ring road in 10 minutes.
The house is a short walk from the main square which is the heart of the local community. People meet to enjoy a coffee or an aperitivo at one of the tables in the village bar, relax on a bench in the sun, or simply watch the world go by. It is a pedestrian area, so safe for the many children that come to play here or enjoy a gelato after school. There are several shops and services just outside the entrance to the historic centre including baker, butcher, doctor, pizzeria and restaurant, all within easy walking distance.
Morlupo is a charming medieval hill town situated 27 km North East of Rome and is one of the few unspoiled historical centres close to the capital. The village grew up around an imposing medieval castle Palazzo Orsini.
Morlupo is famous for numerous cultural events such as theatre, concerts and art exhibitions, jazz festivals.
The village, located in the area pertaining to the Parco di Veio a charming insight into the typical landscape of the Roman countryside, where you can see different species of animals along with Etruscan and medieval archaeological evidence, as well as use a picnic area.
Roma is a great metropolitan city, It is one of the most important cities from the historic, architectural and artistic point of view, as well as being one of the most important working and dynamic cities for the mid-south of Italy. The city is quite large and it is inhabited by nearly 3.000.000 people; the circular city map allows a good orientation: the city is surrounded by the GRA (Grande Raccordo Anulare), that's a toll-free highway with several exits to different sides of the city and allows to circumnavigate the city. Due to the fact that the city is so large, driving is not always the most convenient way to go from one side of the city to another, but it is usually faster if you avoid rush hours.
The city centre, despite the map's size below, is quite large and includes some important historic places sites like the Coliseum, Piazza Venezia, Via del Corso, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza del Popolo and Fontana di Trevi just to name a few. The entire historic centre is well serviced by public transportation, that efficiently connects the city centre to all other areas of the city through several bus lines and by both lines A and B of the underground
The Lazio region of Italy is home to the country's capital city, Rome. There are more than 5.5 million people living in this part of the country. The region is located on the western coast of the country and shares border s with Tuscany, Marche, Abruzzo and Umbria, amongst others. Rome is the largest urban area in the region and most other towns are small. The region is divided into five provinces for administrative purposes.
The climate of the area is mostly mild, with warm summers and mild winters. Summers see very little rainfall, with the highest levels in November and December.
Many people choose Rome, both as a retirement destination and for work. The city has everything that is needed for daily life. There are quieter districts of the city which are ideal for those who want a quieter retirement, although the city offers many opportunities for a busy social life. The rural areas outside the city and in the other provinces are ideal for those who are looking for a traditional Italian way of life.
For those who want to establish their own business in the region, there are many options. The city of Rome has established businesses which are for sale, although there are opportunities for those who have a trade to establish their own business. In the rural areas, there are properties which are suitable for conversion to small hotels or B&Bs, and there are many properties with land for those who want an agricultural based business.
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