Reference: Wooden and stone built house
€ 45.000 negotiable
- Condition: Completely restored/Habitable
- Habitable surface: 125 m²
- Energy efficiency class: NA
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 3
- Rooms: 3
Foggia FOG: 59 Km
Napoli NAP: 82 Km
Pescara PSR: 118 Km
Bari BRI: 165 Km
- 0.020 Km Nearest town facilities:
- 80 Km Beach:
- 58 Km Ski resort:
This detached house is located in the northern part of the historic town centre just a short walk from the large Vittoria Emanuele square, better known as 'The Convent', the hub of town life.
Built in stone and wood, the house has especially thick walls making it cool in summer and warm in winter. It's fully furnished and ready to move into.
Over two floors and fully refurbished, the ground floor front door opens into a large entrance hall, with staircase to the upstairs rooms. Still at street level: there is a private entrance; large living room with new stone and wood fireplace, and attractive exposed beams to the ceiling. There is also a bathroom with shower and a large utility room with a good-sized tub. Within the living room, there is a small area suitable for installing a kitchen with existing methane gas supply and water/waste water connections.
Upstairs there is a spacious landing (with a large, 5-door wardrobe/cupboard). There are also 2 large living spaces that are currently used as follows: a bed-sitting room with kitchenette and marble fireplace; access to a small balcony; a dining room (with small balcony) that could be used as a bedroom (electricity sockets are already in place for bedside lamps); and a small bathroom with basin, bidet and toilet.
On the attic floor, accessible via a modern wooden ladder (flanked by space-saving cupboards), there is another large room currently used as a bedroom, that would also make a sitting room or games room. It measures 1.58 m from floor to roof, has a window, and a large 6-door storage cupboard with sliding doors concealing the way through to an additional storage area. (Tiled cement roof).
HISTORY AND INTERESTING PLACES
Riccia is a town with a discrete size, a pleasant and green village in the southern hinterland of the province of Campobasso. It is a beautiful town of 5,500 inhabitants, situated at 710 m above the sea level, set in a territory rich in forests and amenity. A reality that offers a charming historic center, characterized by ancient palaces, narrow alleys, staircases and charming corners. It was founded, almost certainly by the Sannites, then Roman colony; in the feudal period was ruled by the Di Capua family that left important historical traces. Among the main monuments, the Tower, the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, with the tomb of the repudiated Queen of Naples, Constantine of Chiaromonte, the palace of the Zecca, the sanctuary of the Madonna del Carmine, the rich museum of folk arts and traditions , numerous churches, two suggestive large and welcoming squares.
Riccia offers a range of typical products, linked to popular traditions and rich public festivals that attract tourists from the nearby regions. The famous mozzarella (there are some cheese factories) sausages and suppressed, the fabulous "calzone" (sweet pastry with sweet cream of chickpeas and honey) linked to the great celebration for St. Joseph on March 19th with a 13 course meal. There is also the festival of the salted codfish of September 29; lots of wine during the ancient festivity of the Grapes, for the reconnaissance of Our Lady of the Rosary on 30 September; three days of celebration for the Madonna del Carmine on July 16; on the 29 August the religious holiday of the patron saint Sant'Agostino and still the very tasty beans and the sweet potatoes of Paolina, a charming hill of agro and typical dishes with the sought-after black truffle.
For nature lovers, only a few miles away, the large, green and enchanting Mazzocca forest with a cozy hotel, a large restaurant for pleasant family lunches or luxurious ceremonies, packed in well-stocked areas, fresh pools during the summer period and the permanent scout center.
The town offers all kinds of services: pharmacies, restaurants, bars, hotels, supermarkets, cheese factories, all kinds of shops, schools till the high school, libraries, clinics, first aid, daily and frequent buses for the capital, other towns and the neighboring regions.
From Riccia there are bus departures to Germany, Switzerland and Belgium (Moffa buses)
Km 150 from Naples - Km 240 from Rome - Km 200 from Bari - Km 50 from Benevento - Km 160 from the Gargano and Rhodes Town, Peschici, Vieste - Km 110 from San Giovanni Rotondo
Km 33 from Campobasso - Km 70 from Isernia - Km 24 from Macchia Valfortore and Lake Occhito - Km 80 from Termoli (in addition to the sea, departure for Tremiti Islands for day trips) - Km 58 from Campitello Matese 1450 mt - Km 100 from Capracotta 1421 mt (cross-country skiing) - Km 99 from Agnone village of the bells and the Osca table - Km 54 sanctuary Castel Petroso