3 Bed Stone Built Terraced House

Contract Type:
For Sale
Property Type:
Terraced House

Price: 19,900 Euros + fees & taxes

Ref: LV17


Stone Built Terrace House No.5

This property comprises of a very well built stone property. The property requires renovation work including a new kitchen and bathroom. There is a sitting space at the rear with amazing views. 

Ground floor: Cantina/ wine cellar

First floor: 2 rooms, small balcony, small bathroom and a fireplace

Second floor: 2 rooms. The staircases are marble

Third floor: 2 rooms. There is also an attic for extra storage space

There is approximately 28 sq m per floor

The property was built in 1963 and has very thick stone walls.

Montenerodomo village has a post office, butcher, 2 bars, a chemist and a doctor, a baker, a flower shop and a grocery shop. The next town, Torricella Peligna is 15 minutes away and has a few restaurants, small supermarkets, bars, a hotel and a pizzaria.

This property is 50 minutes drive from Pescara airport.

The Abruzzo offers a spectacular blend of snowy mountains, grassy plains, hillside olive groves, vineyards and long sandy beaches. The Abruzzo’s claim to be the greenest region in Europe is well founded. Its natural riches are protected in the nearby national park (Maiella). Thousands of years of history are reflected in a host of castles, hilltop villages and splendid abbeys. Nineteen of Abruzzo’s villages have been designated among the most beautiful in Italy.

Roccaraso Ski Resort

1,325m – 2,142m

The ski area of Roccaraso, otherwise known as the Skipass Alto Sangro, is the best known of the Abruzzo resorts and has no less than 120 km of piste for you to enjoy. In fact, Roccaraso is Italy’s fifth biggest ski area and at weekends is very popular with skiers and non-skiers alike from Naples. During the week, on the other hand, the pistes are blissfully quiet and you certainly won’t suffer the queues of some of the better known resorts of the Alps. In Roccaraso they take great pride in keeping their pistes in beautiful condition and they are always well groomed. Many are covered by the latest snow-making technology even though the snow record in the Appenines is excellent.

Modern, high speed chair lifts access the area from the bases at Aremogna, Pizzalto and Monte Pratello. Many of the runs will take you through beech forests that give this area such a distinctive character. The majority of runs are intermediate but there are some great beginners’ slopes too at each of the base areas.

The closest airport to Roccaraso and Montenerodomo is Pescara.



Sharon Spencer