Lovingly restored and built by a local architect and artisans, the Villa has many original features typical of the region whilst at the same time every effort has been made to provide all modern home comforts with the added advantage of both air conditioning and central heating.
Set within 7 acres of olive groves and fruit orchards, Villa Giulia has a very private setting with electronic gates, ample car parking and huge terrace surrounding the entire property with beautiful views of the countryside.
Set over 2 floors, the large master bedroom with en suite and super king size bed has its own very large private front and rear balcony with impressive views of the Gran Sasso mountain range and the Adriatic. There are 3 additional double rooms and two bathrooms on the ground floor each with its own terrace. In addition to this there is a large living area and dining kitchen. The property is furnished and dressed to a high standard. Furniture, excluding personal items, are available as part of any negotiation.
Below the ground floor, and accessed from the kitchen, is a large games/entertainment room which could be used for any purpose. There is also an adjacent area which is currently blocked off but could be opened up for additional living space or wine cellar.
Located between the villages of Moscufo and Pianella, the property is still only a short drive to the long stretches of sandy beaches and the main town of Pescara.
There is a 12 x 5m heated pool and sunbathing terrace.
The property must be viewed to appreciate its magnificent features.
Moscufo - Pescara Province
The ancient fortified village of Moscufo is in a wonderful position, equidistant from the airport, coast and mountains. It is at a height of 254 metres above sea level and stretches over hills of olive groves and overlooks the valley of the River Tavo. From parts of the village, it is possible to see the Apennine peaks and clear waters of the Adriatic.
The most important monument of Moscufo is the stunning Romanesque church of Abbazzia di Santa Maria del Lago which dates to the middle of 12th century. In the heart of the village is the 17th century church of San Cristoforo. It is on the main piazza with small narrow lanes radiating from it, where there are several historic buildings, belonging to ancient local noble families, to admire.
The area is known for its excellent olive production and, also for its dairy products. There are also several religious and agricultural festivals which take place each year, the most famous celebrating the local extra virgin olive oil. A great opportunity to enjoy music, good food and wine,
With 3,200 inhabitants, there are many facilities in the village including a newsagent, mini-market, bakery, bank, butcher, pharmacy, post office, bars and restaurants.
There are several buses daily to and from Pescara.
Driving Distances/Approximate Travel Times (subject to traffic)
Abruzzo International Airport - 15 km/25 min
Ancona Airport - 180 km/1 hr 51 min
Rome Fiumicino Airport - 241 km/2 hr 23 min
Rome Ciampino Airport - 214 km/2 hr 10 min
Adriatic Coast at Pescara - 20 km/27 min
Skiing (Nordic) at Voltigno - 25 km/35 min
Skiing (Alpine) at Passo Lanciano - 51 km/57 min