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Detached house for sale in the village of Pollutri a few kilometers from the Adriatic coast (Natural Reserve of Punta Aderci), Abruzzo Region.
The house is on three floors with a total of about 90 sq m.
On the GROUND FLOOR there is a small room with entrance hall, a kitchen with fireplace, a closet, a hall and a storage room located in the basement.
On the FIRST FLOOR there are two bedrooms, one with a balcony from where you can admire a beautiful view of the Adriatic Sea and the surrounding town, a double bedroom and a bathroom with tub.
On the SECOND FLOOR (attic) there is a unique room in the rough that can be used as a storeroom; If you want you can remove the roof and create a large terrace from where you can admire the sea and the mountains.
The SERVICES available are water, electricity, gas and central heating with radiators.
POLLUTRI lies on a gentle hill among vineyards and olive trees and is renowned for its olive oil. It is 180 metres above sea level and has a population of 2,334. Pollutri has a number of shops, restaurants and bars. The towns of Scerni and Casalbordino with additional facilities are just a few minutes away. This characteristic village combines architecture, history and nature. Its origins date back, in all probability, to the 500 after Christ, but some archaeological finds testify that the territory was already inhabited in pre-Roman times. The heart of Pollutri is the fortified village in the highest part of the town, with arcades, passages, stairways, alleys. If the facades of the houses were modernized between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries, cellars and basements retain an ancient, mysterious and fascinating identity. In the countryside of this are there is the wood of Don Venanzio, a protected area established in 1999, with a nice pic-nic area and a bar that offer also restaurant service, with its 78 hectares located 5 kilometers from the sea, it is one of the last woodland forests on the Adriatic coast, that offers a solemn and enchanted atmosphere, with a series of river terraces overlooking the Sinello The cuisine is also typical of the Medio Vastese area, with the 'ndroccioloni (homemade pasta), the award-winning Ventricina salami, the tarallucci with wine and the bocconotti.Show More