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Renovated town house of 90 sq m located in Vasto, walking distance from the main square, where find all amenities and services.
VASTO is s a little city by the sea on the opposite side of Rome. The comune is on the Adriatic coast of the Province of Chieti, in southern Abruzzo. The old part of the town features a number of buildings and churches dating from the 12th-18th centuries, while below the hill on which the town is located, the beach resort town of Marina di Vasto offers a large sandy beach and several hotels and other facilities.
The house is composed by a kitchen, living room and bathroom on the GROUND FLOOR.
On the FIRST FLOOR one master bedroom, one single bedroom and bathroom.
On the THIRD FLOOR attic used as utility room.
UTILITIES: water, electricity, gas and heating system.
VASTO is a town rich of history, which borders to legends on a top of the hill overlooking the splendid gulf, with a panoramic view of the Adriatic sea. According to the legend the town was founded by the Greek Diomedes, one of the mythical heroes of Homer's Iliad. Actually Vasto life began with the arrival of the Frentani, an italic population of Samnite descent. Allied to Rome and named Roman Municipality of Histonium became one of the most flourishing cities along the Adriatic coast. Walking through its alley and historic center is possible to see evident traces of the fabric of a typical urban roman city, with its orthogonal road network in the north part of the historic centre, parts of which were enveloped by the medieval walls. Other traces of Roman Empire are the ancient thermal baths dating back to the second and third century AD as well as a roman amphitheater under the Rossetti plaza and they are still partly visible from the dungeons of the Castle of Caldoresco. Following the fall of the empire and the invasion of the barbarians, the city became residence of the Gastaldo, the administrator of justice, taking on the name "Guasto", from which then Vasto was derived. Palazzo d'Avalos remains one of the most significant examples of Renaissance architecture in the Abruzzo region. On the eastern walk that coasts the ancient village, the Loggia Amblingh opens up with a splendid balcony vertically hanging among the bricks rich with the city's history and the olive fields and orange groves lying underneath, gradually descending towards the sea. From here, with only a look one can view the beautiful "golfo d'oro" ("golden gulf"), the hills of the nearby Molise region, the Gargano ramifications and the enchanting Tremiti Islands. Today, Vasto is a modern town and a leader in seaside tourism with Vasto Marina with a long, fine and golden beach. Beyond the reefs, on the north, the Punta Penna Beach and the Reserve of Punta Aderci, with its promontory dropping over the sea represent a wonder touch of wild and unspoiled nature.Show More