In a beautiful and lush village of Pollutri, a villa on one level is for sale with possibility of raising.
The villa, built from scratch, comprises entrance, living room, kitchen, utility room, two bathrooms, two bedrooms, portico, a garage and storage room. The villa is surrounded by a well-tended garden and enjoys an enviable view.
Surface area: tools store 20 sq.m, garage (carport) 41 sq.m, approx 100 sq.m home, attic 100 sq.m with minimum height 60cm and maximum height 2m, portico 30 sq.m, garden 1718 sq.m
Year of construction: 1995
Price: EURO 240000 negotiable including all the contents of the villa, the camper in the garden and the garden equipment
Features: anti-seismic structure, 2 solar panels for hot water production, porch with three awnings, white glazed PVC window frames with triple glazing, mosquito nets, shutters, railings, security door, electric gate, alarm and video surveillance, shower and barbecue in the garden , well, portable air-conditioner, pellet stove. Ability to raise the attic floor and create another living space.
Domestic utilities: water, electricity, LPG heating; communal sewer connection
Distances: 8 km from the Adriatic Sea Casalbordino lido; skiing in Pizzoferrato 63 km; 9 km from the motorway; 2.5 km from the town center; 290 km from Rome Airport; 60 km from Pescara Airport
In Pollutri between history and culture
Pollutri rises in the hills of the Middle Vastese, in the province of Chieti. This quaint village combines architecture, history and nature. Its origins date back, probably, to 500 BC, but some archaeological findings testify that the territory was inhabited already in the pre-Roman period. The history of the small town, which has just over two thousand inhabitants, is breathtaking with every step. The heart of Pollutri is the fortified village in the highest part of the town, with porticoes, passages, stairways and alleys. If the facades of the houses were modernized between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries, cellars and dungeons retain an ancient, mysterious and fascinating identity.
In addition to observing the beauty of the fortified village, visiting Pollutri means admiring many examples of ancient Christian architecture. The Church of the Holy Savior, dating from the 14th century, stands in Piazza della Chiesa. The abbot Pacichelli, in 1703, also spoke of the existence of a cuspidate bell tower. The church currently has a Neo-Romanesque façade. Formerly there was also the monastery of San Barbato, founded in 1015, whose original fountain was found. You can also see the remains of the Church of Santa Lucia, a possession of San Barbato, in whose vicinity clay votive fragments have been found that date back to the III-I century BC.
Don Venanzio's Wood
In the territory of Pollutri there is the nature reserve Bosco di Don Venanzio, a protected area established in 1999. With around 78 hectares located 5 km from the sea, it is one of the last lowland forests on the Adriatic coast. Il Bosco offers a solemn and enchanting atmosphere, with a series of fluvial terraces overlooking the Sinello. In Pollutri, nature, tradition and the present come together in a setting suspended in time, where ancient arts such as embroidery, lace and bobbin are still alive. The kitchen is also typical of the Middle Vastese area, with the 'ndroccioloni (homemade pasta), the award-winning Ventricina salami, the wine tarallucci and the bocconotti.
What to do in Pollutri
If you are wondering what to do in Pollutri, be aware that traditional festivals are organized throughout the year throughout the year. The first Sunday of May is celebrated San Nicola, while on the previous Friday there is the typical "Lancio dei Taralli". Moreover, every year on the last Saturday in May, the Pollutri-Santuario della Madonna dei Miracoli di Casalbordino pilgrimage takes place, to commemorate the apparition of Our Lady to the citizen Alessandro Pollzio. In August, the Don Venanzio Wood hosts the grape and wine festival. In November, do not miss the food and wine event "Prosit! Polu Uthar - Peasant memories and flavors ". Lastly, on December 6, the patronal feast of St. Nicholas is held, with the traditional cooking of the beans on the evening before the Church of the Most Holy Savior.
ENERGY CLASS: C
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