Détail n°: Attractive house in the Etruscan olive and wine area, 7 km from the sea.
- État: Habitable de suite
- Surface habitable: 400 m²
- Classes des émissions: NA
- Chambres: 6
- Salles de bain: 6
- Terrain: 1 m²
Distances en Km:
Roma FCO: 30 Km
Roma CIA: 51 Km
Perugia PEG: 124 Km
Isola D´Elba EBA: 170 Km
- 4 Km Commerces/centre ville:
- 7 Km Mer:
- 120 Km Remontés mécaniques:
Ground floor: 180 sqm, consisting of living room with fireplace, kitchen, 3 bathrooms, a bedroom, a closet room, 2 bedrooms
Hobby room about 100 sqm, composed of living room with kitchenette and fireplace, 1 bathroom, 1 laundry room, gym
Garage 50 sqm approx.
Shed 98 sqm with swimming pool 16 x 6
Altana glass of about 30 square meters
Annexed building with independent entrance and composed by 1 room of 35 sqm, 1 apartment of MQ. 50, 1 three-roomed apartment of 52 sqm.
The rent with an income of 1.000,00 euro monthly.
The property is located on a plot of 13.000 SQM, annexe building, house, shed and pool.
On the ground, there are 60 olive trees, fruit trees and a natural pond.
15 km from the Fiumicino Intercontinental airport,
7 km from the sea
30 km from the centre of Rome.
Very close to Ceri -old village.
Ceri is a small town in the Lazio (central Italy), a part of the comune of Cerveteri, in the province of Rome. It occupies a fortified plateau of tuff at a short distance from the city of Cerveteri.
Inhabited before the 7th century BC, the town's native population changed several times, from Etruscans to Romans. Numerous tombs from the Etruscan and Roman periods can be found in the area.
The town as it looks today was founded in 1236 when the inhabitants of its Caere neighbour abandoned the former to be better protected by rock formations. To this, they gave the name of Caere Novum (simply Ceri, not to be confused with another neighbour, Cerenova), in order to distinguish it from the ancient city, Caere Vetus (today Cerveteri). In the same period, the castle was constructed for the defence of the town.
Since the 14th century, Ceri became the property of some of the greatest Italian families: from the Anguillara (of which the greatest exponent was Renzo da Ceri) to Cesi, the Borromeo, the Odescalchi, and ended with the Torlonia, who are still owners of a large part of Ceri.
Etruscan Necropolises of Cerveteri and Tarquinia
These two large Etruscan cemeteries reflect different types of burial practices from the 9th to the 1st century BC and bear witness to the achievements of Etruscan culture. Which over nine centuries developed the earliest urban civilization in the northern Mediterranean. Some of the tombs are monumental, cut in the rock and topped by impressive tumuli (burial mounds). Many feature carvings on their walls, others have wall paintings of outstanding quality. The necropolis near Cerveteri, known as Banditaccia, contains thousands of tombs organized in a city-like plan, with streets, small squares and neighbourhoods. The site contains very different types of tombs: trenches cut in rock; tumuli; and some, also carved in rock, in the shape of huts or houses with a wealth of structural details. These provide the only surviving evidence of Etruscan residential architecture. The necropolis of Tarquinia, also known as Monterozzi, contains 6,000 graves cut in the rock. It is famous for its 200 painted tombs, the earliest of which date from the 7th century BC.
The Lazio region of Italy is home to the country's capital city, Rome. There are more than 5.5 million people living in this part of the country. The region is located on the western coast of the country and shares border s with Tuscany, Marche, Abruzzo and Umbria, amongst others. Rome is the largest urban area in the region and most other towns are small. The region is divided into five provinces for administrative purposes.
The climate of the area is mostly mild, with warm summers and mild winters. Summers see very little rainfall, with the highest levels in November and December.
Many people choose Rome, both as a retirement destination and for work. The city has everything that is needed for daily life. There are quieter districts of the city which are ideal for those who want a quieter retirement, although the city offers many opportunities for a busy social life. The rural areas outside the city and in the other provinces are ideal for those who are looking for a traditional Italian way of life.
For those who want to establish their own business in the region, there are many options. The city of Rome has established businesses which are for sale, although there are opportunities for those who have a trade to establish their own business. In the rural areas, there are properties which are suitable for conversion to small hotels or B&Bs, and there are many properties with land for those who want an agricultural based business.
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