This is a town house. It includes for two bedrooms, but it can easily accommodate 3 beds.
The property includes for the main apartment, accessed directly from the public road, and an semidetached building plus an additional building used, at the moment, as garage. In the main apartment the top floor and the lower floor are connected via internal stairs; there are 3 large rooms, kitchen and bathrooms. On top of the apartments, there is a loft space to be used as deposit. Possibility to covert it to be furtherly investigated, raising the roof height, being the building in the historical part of the village.
From the ground floor, old stone steps access the outdoor area where you can find the garden. On ground floors there are two cellars, one with fireplace. As previously mentioned, they open up onto the private garden which is terraced, as it develops on a slope. There are several fruit trees.
The property includes for a large detached garage, stone built. This can be converted in additional accommodation, or a workshop.
Electricity and water are connected.
The house is habitable, it was in use up to few months ago. However, it’s old and it would benefit from some updating.
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Roccadaspide is a town and comune in the province of Salerno in the Campania region of south-western Italy. The town is located in the north-west side of Cilento, not too far from Paestum and in the Calore River Valley.
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; 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.