4 bedroom historic apartment, 380 m²


Reference: Grande appartamento con giardino e terreno in Palazzo storico

  • Price: P.O.A.
  • Condition: Completely restored/Habitable
  • Habitable surface: 380 m²
  • Energy efficiency class: NA
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Garden: 1200 m²
  • Land: 2800 m²
  • Terrace: 50 m²
Distance from:
  • Beach: 80 Km
  • Airport:
  • Bari BRI: 69 Km
  • Foggia FOG: 77 Km
  • Napoli NAP: 147 Km
  • Brindisi BDS: 162 Km
  • Large antique apartment in a manor building of the early '800 with Italian garden, olive grove and orchard, located on the main street of the village. From the door you enter a large courtyard that leads to the garden and, through a double staircase, to the apartment. The garden, with flower beds and avenues designed by centuries-old boxwood hedges, has a panoramic view of the valley and the ancient part of the village. It includes many tall plants and hosts many flowering plants. Next to the garden you find the land with a small olive grove and an orchard; there is wide space for children's games and for a possible swimming pool. The large apartment on the first floor, all furnished with period furniture, consists of a large entrance hall with fireplace, a large kitchen with antique majolicas countertop, a hallway-living room that leads to the dining room with fireplace and the mirror lounge, almost 100 square meters wide.
    The dwelling boasts four bedrooms, one with private bathroom, and another two bathrooms. Finally, there is a large sunny terrace of about 50 sqm.
    The apartment is equipped with independent heating system. Upstairs there is a rustic attic with a height of about 3.5 m. which can be transformed into a dwelling. The house is located less than an hour from Matera, half an hour from Castel del Monte and about an hour from Bari airport. From Genzano you can easily visit Acerenza, Venosa, Melfi, the Monticchio Lakes and many other places interesting for food and wine.
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