A recently and completely renovated terraced house of medieval origins with its own designated garden built in the location once occupied by the Castel Agello, one of the three original castles that contributed in the foundation of ancient Amandola.
The dwelling has a south easterly exposure, and commands impressive panoramic views. Living accommodation is arranged over four floors, with two entrances found at different levels, a typical characteristic of most buildings situated in historical centres. The ground floor entrance opens into a large living room with fireplace and a “Finestra alla Romana” (a floor to ceiling window with an outer railing) offering great views and light to this main living area. There is also a cloakroom at this level and a staircase leading to two lower ground floor levels and an upper floor.
The upper floor houses the master bedroom en suite with a free standing bath. The two lower floors comprise of one level dedicated to kitchen and a small bedroom, and in the last lower level a multi-purpose room with its own entrance, rich in exposed antic medieval walls of great historical interest.
The building was recently renovated with great care and attention in the selection of the materials used in the finishings, and in its structural solidity.
All utilities are connected and functional: electricity, water, sewage, and gas central heating.
The private garden is fully fenced in and within a short walking distance.
Access to the building is easy and there are parking areas nearby.