A beautifully restored town house offering three double bedrooms, three bathrooms and a wide balcony with the most spectacular 180 degree views of the valley, countryside and mountains!
This delightful property has been carefully restored to a high standard whilst retaining the original features of exposed stone walls, cotto flooring and oak beams. It also has an intriguing history and was the birthplace of a famous 18th century artist.
Situated on a quiet cobbled street the house is entered through a lovely brick arched front door to the impressive hallway with high oak beamed ceiling and, at the far end, glazed double doors providing access to the full width south facing balcony. The ground floor also offers a charming living room that was formerly an old chapel, a fitted kitchen with cotto tiled floor and space for dining, and a large bedroom with south facing views. Just off the hall there is also a bathroom (unmodernised).
The mezzanine floor offers the dining room with open fireplace, timber beam ceiling and part exposed stone walls; bathroom with shower and access to useful storage space. The first and second floors each provide double bedrooms – the former with an adjoining bathroom and the latter with a large picture window with magniicent open views.
The basement, currently used as storage, comprises a number of rooms totalling 220 sq metres and offers potential for conversion to an independent apartment if required.
This property is a rare example of a beautifully restored towmhouse offering a balanced combination of a feeling of history with modern comforts. It is also situated in the centre of one of the prettiest hill top towns of the region with good local facilities.
Penna San Giovanni is located only one hours drive from the nearest airport and two and a half hours from Rome.