The house is part of an ancient Italian palazzo, with its own private entrance. Internally it has a traditional nineteenth-century’s square-plan and it stands on just one floor. It measures 150 sqm plus a beautiful cellar of 45 sqm.
The property is situated in the centre of the village, the back of the house opens on the beautiful private garden overlooking the countryside and all the surrounding mountains.
The structure is completely made of stones and bricks, with a traditional main door decorated with a stone-carved portal.
The main door opens into a large hallway that leads to the main corridor, to the dining room and to the large kitchen with high vaulted ceiling, fireplace, and built in cupboards,
The corridor takes us to a large and bright living room of approximately 25 sqm, with high vaulted ceilings and beautiful original cementine tiles featuring an art deco pattern. This room enjoys a lovely panoramic view across the hills and the countryside.
In the living room we find four doors placed at each corner of the room; Each door leads to a bedroom.
Each bedroom features beautiful original floors with different patterns and high vaulted ceilings. One bedroom avails of a large terrace with Majella Mountain view. The house avails of two bathrooms.
The house also avails of a large basement of 45 sqm, with fabulous vaulted ceiling, original cotto tiles and exposed bricks. From the cellar we find the access to the back garden and courtyard.
All utilities are connected, central heating system installed.
Bucchianico is a town in the province of Chieti, in the Abruzzo region of Italy, in a beautiful location between the rivers Alento and Foro. The small town offers a panorama stretching from the Majella to the Adriatic Sea. Its territory is hilly, mainly arable, but with a significant presence of olive groves, vineyards and pastures.