This house at the castle is a fascinating stone house built in the XVII century, fully restructured and elegantly restored up in the historical hilly town of Arpino. With its beautiful panoramic view and the two terraces - one of them built as a veranda, fully covered by glass surfaces - this house is unique.
There are a free parking area and an olive grove for sale (420 mq) with a striking view over the valley. Here a gazebo, a kitchen and even a pool could be easily added to the space.
To get into the house there is an ancient hand-carved door that opens to reveal a living space: an area with a double sink in the stone and a traditional Italian grill in the kitchen. In the living room, there are also a big chimney and the entrance to one of the terrace that opens to the amazing view over Arpino.
The rear part of this terrace is connected to the superior terrace. The seller would like to put glass surfaces in this area to enjoy the view all over the year, even in winter.
In the living room, there is a hall with a storage room on the left and a bathroom on the right. There is a large and illuminated suite.
The wall of the ground floor has hand-painted tiles in terracotta up to the wooden beamed ceilings.
On the first floor, there is a beautiful mezzanine structure paved with parquet and designed to be a studio overlooking on the superior terrace. On the right side, there is a bedroom with a particular sloped roof and a little restroom with a bath and a lavatory. On the left side, there is an extra bedroom large as the first one and with the same roof. There is a restroom upstairs and the access to the terrace. Here, the wonderful view on the hills and on the centre of the town is amazing.
Arpino is one of the major medieval hilltop towns in the area of Italy called the Ciociaria, the name given to the fertile land that lies south of Rome but north of Naples, situated inland in the hills in the heart of Italy. The ancient town that is 90 minutes away from Rome and 90 from Naples. Ciampino airport is 75 minutes and Fiumiucino is 2 hours away, while the main rail station is 30 minutes away. The town has two banks and many shops: groceries, restaurants and hotels.