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Detached house built completely with reinforced concrete and insulation for sale in Trivento, Molise Region, Italy.
The property has 10.000 sq m of land with 150 olive trees, a forest behind the house and several fruit trees such as figs, apricots, pears, apples, cherries, plums etc.
The house has three floors for a total of about 450 sq m.
On the GROUND FLOOR (175 sq m) we find a basement with fireplace, a storage room under the stairs and a spacious compartment in the rough that can be divided into three apartments.
On the FIRST FLOOR (175 sq m) we find a long corridor, a kitchen, three spacious double bedrooms, a large and bright living room with fireplace and terrace of about 55 sq m, a bathroom with tub and shower, a laundry room and a cellar.
On the SECOND FLOOR (attic) we find a big compartment in its raw state.
Separated from the house we find a large garage and three cellars.
The SERVICES available are water, electricity and heating with natural gas radiators.
TRIVENTO is known for its long staircase called San Nicola with 365 steps that leads to the high part of the town and for the interesting Cathedral that has a crypt sort on an ancient altar dedicated to the goddess Diana, dating back to some centuries before Christ. The town attracts visitors not only for these two reasons: the monumental fountain, the castle, alleys and houses entirely covered with stone. Piazza Fontana is a place for meetings and markets but also for relaxing walks. For three years, women have transformed the traditional wool crochet technique into an experience of creative, colorful and imaginative community. The art of crochet has become a ritual for the local ladies, born with the aim of creating ever new art installations in wool, with the reproduction of the celebratory symbols of the various holidays on our calendar. Trivento is surrounded by a territory dotted with larch woods, oak groves and rock formations called morge, part of the Parco delle Morge Cenozoiche del Molise. The name refers to the geographical position of the village in Molise, exposed to winds from the east, south and north. The town of 4606 inhabitants is the reference center of all surrounding villages and town as there are many shops and services: shoes shop, grocery and food shop, supermarket, pharmacy, bank, petrol station, restaurant butcher, bar, schools and more.Show More