This delightful apartment is located in a panoramic and sunny position overlooking the valley. The house is in excellent condition and offers all the comforts of modern life while retaining the charm of history and typical Italian architecture.
This nice apartment extends over 60sqm. The apartment has a classic one bedroom apartment layout
Living area: living room with fireplace and kitchennet,
Sleeping area: bedrooms, bathroom with shower
The unit is located on the 1st floor but thanks to a secondary access it can also be considered ground floor. It is finely restored characterized by high ceilings and a large fireplace that preserves the vestiges of a noble past. The unit is in good condition and no major repairs are required.
- Recently renovated: facades, electrical systems, plumbing, interior cladding. Renovated roof.
- Finishes: elegantly in country-chic style, laminated parquet floors and handcrafted solid wood doors.
- Heating: gas heating and fireplace.
- Context: close to services such as bars and post offices, a few steps from the pine forest.
- Double entrances: the double entrances allow access to the apartment on two opposite sides of the house. One on the main street while the other on a secondary street
Belmonte in Sabina rises 756 meters above sea level, on a ridge of the Sabine mountains. Belmonte in Sabina, 17 km from Rieti and 1 hour from Rome. In Belmonte in Sabina stood Palatium, an ancient city of the Aborigines (mythology), reported by Dionysius of Halicarnassus just 4.5 km south of Rieti, along the Via Quinzia (corresponding to the stretch of the Salaria between the Rieti capital and Passo Corese). The city of Palatium was between Reate and Trebula (today Monteleone Sabino) and has recently been located. In the Grotte Zoccani area (near the hamlet of Seconde Ville), a pre-protohistoric cave settlement came to light, with finds relevant to a long frequentation of the site between the Eneolithic and the Bronze Age . In the locality of Guardiola, near the Turano Valley, there was an ancient place of worship, complete with a menhir (now rolled down the valley). The locality continued to be frequented even in Roman times. The origins of the village are medieval, even if the available documents do not allow to fix the certain date. The first mentioning a Belmontis castrum date back to the beginning of the fourteenth century, when a fortified center was already established. However, it was a small community which, based on the consumption of salt, is estimated to have only 250 souls. Born as a defense fortress, Belmonte belonged to the Church and became a fief of various families
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