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Semi-detached house for sale on the hills of Atessa with garage and land.
The house consists of two parts, one immediately habitable, while the second, smaller, needs renovation.
The building is on two floors.
The habitable part has an entrance on the GROUND FLOOR with stairs leading to the UPPER FLOOR where we find a spacious living room with balcony, kitchen with fireplace and balcony, back kitchen, two double bedrooms, one single bedroom, bathroom with tub.
A door leads to the oldest part to be restored where on the FIRST FLOOR there is a bathroom and two bedrooms, while on the GROUND FLOOR, also accessible from another entrance, there are the kitchen and the living room.
The house is also equipped with a habitable ATTIC in its raw state which could become a third apartment.
In addition, the property has three garages and land to make a vegetable garden and some walnut and apricot plants.
The SERVICES available are water, electricity, gas and heating.
The house is suitable for accommodation business, with a panoramic view and not isolated but in a quiet location.
ATESSA: There are legends that have their roots in the mists of time, combining folklore, history and religion, and whose protagonists are famous men and monstrous mythological figures: this is precisely the case of the town of Atessa. The city now in the province of Chieti, was originally divided into two villages Ate and Tixa separated by a marshy valley that prevented any relationship and exchange among people, especially because in a cave in the middle of the valley lived a fearsome dragon. After sowing death and destruction for a long time in the two villages, the inhabitants decided to seek the intervention of the Bishop of Brindisi, Leucio, already known for defeating a dragon in his city. The man went alone in the lair of the monster, and with one glance, made it kneel down and bound it leaving so for seven days before killing it. The dragonís blood was used by men as a healing potion and the remaining was used to make the marsh a rich and fertile valley. It was only then that the inhabitants of the two villages joined in todayís city of Atessa, erecting on the dragonís lair a church in honor of Leucio, who was appointed Saint and Patron of the city. Today in the church is preserved the rib of an ancient mammalian length of 2 meters and many still believe is that of the dragon. Sometimes is just sufficient a little faith to make a legend reality.Show More