Detached house totally renovated for Sale in the village of Constantinople of Portocannone.
A very pretty sky in the historic center, ideal for a first home or piedaterre in Molise and ready to be lived.
The house measures around 140.00 sq.m and has been completely renovated into three mini-apartments.
The first apartment is on the ground floor and comprises: kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom. The second apartment is a single room with bathroom and is located on the ground floor.
On the first floor there is the third apartment of 70.00 sq.m. around. comprising: open plan kitchen, fireplace, large double bedroom and bathroom with shower.
The property in this beautiful and historic village, is located near the town square, post office, tobacconist, food shop, pharmacy, bars, shops, bank, etc.
You can contact us without obligation to obtain more information or to book a visit to this detached Detached house for Sale in Portocannone. Call Raul 3294363448 or office 0875871077.
Distances: 112 km from Pescara airport, 99 km from the ski slopes, 64 km from Campobasso, 10 km from Termoli, seaside resort and tourist port with connections to the Tremiti Islands.
A few words about the town: It stands on a hill at 148 meters above sea level near the right bank of the Biferno river, and is located around 65 kilometers east of the regional capital. It is one of the four villages in the province of Campobasso belonging to the Albanian ethnic and linguistic minority, along with Campomarino, Montecilfone and Ururi, which has maintained for centuries the language and culture arbëreshë that distinguishes them.
The "chariot race" is the most awaited event among all the traditional events taking place in Portocannone, capable of triggering the emotional involvement of the entire population, of all the inhabitants of the other neighboring arbëreshë countries and of all those who have emigrated. and that they come back every year, on time, on the Monday of Pentecost in order to relive the emotion that this event conveys. It is a ritual that mixes religion and folklore, memory and celebration of the past, which is annually re-enacted with intense participation by the entire community.