Reference: indipendent house matera
- Condition: To be restored
- Habitable surface: 380 m²
- Energy efficiency class: G
- Energy efficiency value: 210kwh/m2/anno
- Bedrooms: 8
- Bathrooms: 4
- Rooms: 17
Bari BRI: 75 Km
Brindisi BDS: 126 Km
Foggia FOG: 129 Km
Crotone CRV: 176 Km
In Ferrandina, 37 km from Matera (famous Sassi di Matera, European Cultural capital), five-storey building. The ground floor includes a storage of 40 sqm with bathroom, entrance with stairs and broom closet. On the first floor you find an apartment with a wide living area, kitchenette, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The second floor comprises an apartment with large living area with terrace of 18 sqm, kitchenette, two bedrooms and bathroom. The third floor includes an apartment with wide living room and balcony of 6 sqm, kitchenette, 2 bedrooms and bathroom. The fourth and last apartment is still in a rough state and have an independent entrance on Rione Cappuccini.
The building is suitable as business activity (B&B or rental house).
It is situated in the town centre, served by public transport, schools and shops. It is about 40 km from the Ionian coast (Metaponto, Ginosa ecc..).
The gentle landscapes of the Matera hills surround the pretty town of Ferrandina which dominates the Basento river valley from its position.
It grounds its roots in Magna Graecia. Its name was Troilia, while his acropolis-fortress was called Obelanon (Uggiano) whose remains still exist. The current name "Ferrandina" derives from Frederick of Aragon, in honor of him and his father, King Ferrante or Ferrantino.
Since November 2005 it has been included among the "Cities for Life"
Ferrandina baked black olives are one of the main typical products of Basilicata. And they are part of the "Slow Food Presidia", the projects to safeguard typical products.
About 30/40 minutes from Ferrandina we find several tourist places such as
The 2019 European Capital of Culture needs no introduction. It is a city to see, at least once in a lifetime.
UNESCO declares the Sassi of Matera a World Heritage Site (Sasso Caveoso and the Sasso Barisano, the original urban center)
One of the oldest cities in the world at the center of an incredible rocky landscape that preserves a great heritage of culture and traditions, and is the venue for exhibitions of great national and international prestige.
Ancient medieval village which is today uninhabited and called the ghost town.
Set of many foreign and Italian films "Il Vangelo secondo Matteo" by Pier Paolo Pasolini or "La Passione" by Mel Gibson. Craco was also the protagonist in "Christ stopped at Eboli" by Francesco Rosi, "King David" by Bruce Beresford or, more recently in "Agent 007 - Quantum of Solace" by Marc Forster or "Basilicata coast to coast" by Basilicata Rocco Papaleo.
THE CASTLE OF MIGLIONICO
Known as CASTLE OF MANCONSIGLIO, it rises on a hill that offers a splendid view of the Bradano valley, one of the rivers of Basilicata.
LAKE OF SAN GIULIANO
WWF Oasis, the lake is located in a Special Protected Area. The variety of environments and habitats of the Reserve favors the presence of a diversified fauna, above all as regards the ornithic species, storks, cranes, spoonbills, red herons, great white herons, knights of Italy.
Summer resort on the Ionian coast and archaeological site throughout the year. A colony of Magna Graecia among whose remains there are the Palatine Tables, an imposing temple with a Doric colonnade, dedicated to Hera, protector of the borders, placed near a sacred spring as was used in the Greek world.