Close to the sea resort of Agropoli on the boundary of the Cilento National Park, this country house has got potential to be a nice and easily manageable spot in the area.
The building is on the two floors. There is an old part, built in stone, and a more modern extension. The garden, it’s overgrowne, but it has potentials. There is a beautiful old oak, and other trees. The house is not big, perfect for a retirement house or a holiday home. It can be turned in a very pretty 2 bedrooms house.
– The Building
The house measures 140 sqm approximately, on 2 levels.
Ground floor (part 1): 2 spacious rooms -kitchen and sitting room-, 1 large room used as deposit / cellar, and bathroom.
Ground Floor (part 2-internally connected): 2 spacious rooms -bedrooms- and bathroom.
First floor: 2 spacious rooms currently used as animal quarters (large unfinished area) and patio.
The property is serviced with electricity, water and sewage.
Electricity has been disconnected. Water supply to be investigated. Septic tank to be installed. No central heating.
a) There should a well that supplies private water (to be confirmed).
b) The area is not serviced with public sewage. The property has a private sewage system which needs to be updated.
Heating system to be installed with boiler and radiators.
– Ownership Details
The property is being sold by a private owner.
The house is not habitable. Structural works needed. Structural survey report will be issued by our in-house structural engineer to confirm the condition of the house as well as an accurate budget costing.
“Due to our Ltd “Article of Association” and experience we are able, also, to offer you a “Property Search Service” (“Feasibility study” (art. 14 comma 1 DPR 207/2010)), giving our professional support when you buy properties from estate agents, and deliver a “built to order” project. Specifically the feasibility study is made by a report showing:
a) “As is” analysis with definition of Architectural, Geological, Bureacratic & Economic constraints;
b) Renovation/building work specification (what is possible to achieve, do’s & don’ts, cost, technical & landscape constraints, etc.);
c) Work specification analysis with alternative solutions specification;
d) Definition of environmental and landscape constraints (D.Lgs 42/04 e ssmmii) with renovation/building work definitiion (do’s & don’ts)
The property is located in the countryside, on the hills between Roccadaspide and Capaccio.
It is within the Cilento National Park, extremly close to Paestum area. In this small piece of land, there is a concentration of wild countryside, mountains and beautiful beaches. The American biologist Ancel Keys spent many years of his life in Pioppi, a little village in Cilento. And there he wrote “Eat well and stay well, the Mediterranean way”.
Paestum was a major ancient Greek city on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea in Magna Graecia (southern Italy). The ruins of Paestum are famous for their three ancient Greek temples in the Doric order, dating from about 600 to 450 BC, which are in a very good state of preservation. The city walls and amphitheatre are largely intact, and the bottom of the walls of many other structures remain, as well as paved roads. The site is open to the public, and there is a modern national museum within it, which also contains the finds from the associated Greek site of Foce del Sele.
After its foundation by Greek colonists under the name of Poseidonia (Ancient Greek: ??????????) it was eventually conquered by the local Lucanians and later the Romans. The Lucanians renamed it to Paistos and the Romans gave the city its current name.As Pesto or Paestum, the town became a bishopric (now only titular), but it was abandoned in the Early Middle Ages, and left undisturbed and largely forgotten until the eighteenth century.
Today the remains of the city are found in the modern frazione of Paestum, which is part of the comune of Capaccio in the Province of Salerno, Campania, Italy. The modern settlement, directly to the south of the archaeological site, is a popular seaside resort, with long sandy beaches.
Distance from airport of Naples – 1h and 30min drive
Distance from beach: 20 min drive