Just a few minutes from the historical town of Città Sant'Angelo is this beautiful villa which has been totally renovated. It has a fenced garden of approximately 1,330 sq. metres. The villa is on 2 levels including ground floor (living area) - first floor (sleeping area). Accommodation comprises:
Ground floor - Splendid entrance with large windows overlooking the garden, living room, formal dining room, fireplace, bathroom, study area, the stairs to the upper floor and the door to the guest room with the its own bathroom. Moreover, from the living room through a door made of aluminium and glass, a couple of steps lead to the kitchen and informal dining room. The kitchen has an adjoining W.C. and ironing area.
First floor - Master bedroom with bathroom and dressing room, 2 bedrooms and bathroom.
All rooms have nice views to the hills of Città Sant'Angelo. In addition, during the restoration in 2008, energy efficiency initiatives were adopted including thermal insulation to the walls and roof which has significantly reduced consumption. The heating system works, either simultaneously or alternately, with a condensing boiler, resulting in a higher yield than the traditional stove and biomass (pellets).
The villa is surrounded by a beautiful garden. There are olive, nut and fruit trees together with both white and black grape vines. In the garden there is a well and a tank to collect rainwater for irrigation There is also a gazebo and a wooden box for storing tools.
Città Sant’Angelo - Pescara Province
Città Sant’Angelo is one of the most sought after towns, in which to buy a property, due to its fabulous views and proximity to the coast. The town has even been awarded the prestigious title of ‘One of the most beautiful medieval villages of Italy’. It is located on a hilltop, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, and has incredible views over the plains of Pescara to both the Gran Sasso mountains and the Adriatic coast. Its history can be traced back more than two thousand years and strolling around the narrow streets to discover its beautiful buildings, ancient churches, terracotta rooftops and panoramas is a must!
The town has many restaurants and bars. Its cuisine is influenced by the traditions of both Teramo and inland Pescara which includes the famous lamb kebab dish called ‘arrosticini’ – such a favourite of the area.
Amenities include an ATM, pharmacy and post office. There is an atmospheric market, each Wednesday, selling local produce such as fruit, vegetables, cheese, fish, bread and meat. So much to tempt the taste buds.
Driving Distances/Approximate Travel Times (subject to traffic)
Abruzzo International Airport - 23 km/34 min
Ancona Airport - 162 km/1 hr 44 min
Rome Fiumicino Airport - 253 km/2 hr 35 min
Rome Ciampino Airport - 226 km/2 hr 21 min
Coast at Silvi or Montesilvano - 11 km/22 min
Skiing (Cross Country) at Voltigno - 38 km/52 min
Skiing (Alpine) at Passo Lanciano - 63 km/1 hr 5 min