Appartamento 1 stanze da letto, 49 m²

Riferimento: Casa Caputi

  • Prezzo: € 18.000
  • Stato: Da ristrutturare
  • Superficie abitabile: 49 m²
  • Classe Efficienza Energetica: Non disponibile
  • Stanze da letto: 1
  • Bagni: 1
  • Stanze: 2
  • Terrazzo: 16 m²
Distanza da:
  • Spiaggia: 32 Km
  • Impianti di risalita: 150 Km
  • Aereoporto:
  • Bari BRI: 102 Km
  • Brindisi BDS: 133 Km
  • Crotone CRV: 148 Km
  • Lamezia Terme SUF: 150 Km
  • In centro storico in Tursi in Basilicata, south Italy, this charming apartment is for sale, situated just next to Piazza Plebiscito in Via Luciano Manara.

    It’s composed of an entrance of 4 sqm and one big room of 45 sqm. There is a possibility to construct a loft on top of this in order to create an extra bedroom. Further to this there is a balcony o ca 6 sqm with an exceptional view over the landscape and a terrace of ca 16 sqm. The existing bathroom is currently situated outside on the balcony. This could of course be created inside when renovation work is performed. The base is good but it’s in need of a total renovation.

    LocationTursi village is situated in Basilicata in south Italy about 25 km from the sea. Presumably the town was founded by the Goths who, after destroying the ancient rural town of Anglona in 410, built their fortress in the nearby area. About 6000 inhabitants live in Tursi and it contains some restaurants, shops and bars. The newer properties are situated in the valley while “centro storico” climbes up on the hill.

    La Rabatana is the original quarter from which the town of Tursi have developed, occupied by the Saracens in ancient times. It is situated north-east of the town, on a hill about 350 metres above sea level. Owing to its intricate structure, based on a contorted maze of streets and lanes, the quarter testifies to the incredible expansion of Islam in this part of the region. Its name comes from the Arabic Rabad, which means village. The houses have preserved the ancient architecture, the streets are made of stone and there are very few shops. In the oldest part of the Rabatana, uninhabited at present, stands the church of Santa Maria Maggiore, initially built by a group of Basil monks in the IX century and then rebuilt over the old building about 1546. During the last years people have started to come back to this ancient part and carefully restoring the properties. Thus, this is an excellent time for investment as the properties are very few and the interest high. The city is also remembered for being the birthplace of Albino Pierro, known dialect poet nominated several times for the Nobel Prize for literature.
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