3 bedroom detached house for sale
Italy - Bisacquino, Palermo, Sicily
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What was once the stable and warehouse for wood and hay, has now become a comfortable kitchen measuring thirty square meters with a cooking angle with bricks and Sicilian ceramic tiles, completed with a wood-burning oven and a copper pot.
The entrance door and a window above the stoves and the sink give to the environment good light and air. An internal staircase connects the upstairs floor with a trap door which opens into the kitchen of the floor above. You could also think about installing a spiral staircase in order to gain space. As regards the main house with entrance in Salita Ruvoli 24, we find the kitchen immediately after the entrance at the right hand side, communicating with a warehouse underneath. Next to it there is a dining room endowed with a balcony and a small bathroom. Going up only one flight of stairs we find a bedroom with balcony and another bedroom with a window and a bathroom with shower and a window. On this floor it is possible to go to the attics and the panoramic terrace, whose access is at the moment given from an entrance which needs to be enlarged.
There is no heating system but it is possible to be connected to the municipal methane network on demand. The house is in good conditions and needs little internal maintenance. The price is wonderful, Big Bargain!!! Please watch the video.
Bisacquino (Sicilian: Busacchinu) is a town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Palermo in Sicily, Italy. It is located 82 kilometres (51 mi) from Agrigento and has approximately 4,500 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. The Italian-American film director Frank Capra (1897-1991) was born in Bisacquino.
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