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Historic villa from the early 19th century

Historic villa from the early 19th century

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A countryside residence built in the first half of the nineteenth century, offering a magnificent sea view just a few hundred meters away. Positioned between the high coast of Agrigento and the famous Valley of the Temples, renowned for its ancient Greek monuments, the villa is situated in a territory where the seascape harmoniously blends with the rural landscape. Few places can boast such a wealth of history and culture. Approximately two kilometers away stands the birthplace of writer and playwright Luigi Pirandello, Nobel Prize winner in Literature, while Andrea Camilleri, originally from nearby Porto Empedocle, set many of his stories in the Maddalusa area.
The building, spread over two floors with spacious terraces - one overlooking the "African sea" and the other facing a garden of olive trees, oranges, pomegranates, and bougainvillea - is in excellent condition. The ground floor, currently used as a guest apartment, comprises three bedrooms, a living room, a bathroom, and ample spaces usable as a garage and storage. The first floor, the main apartment, has retained almost entirely its nineteenth-century features, including original flooring and breathtaking panoramic views. This level features a spacious living room, an equally large dining room, two bedrooms, a kitchen, and a bathroom. Near the building, an old oven and a disused stable, appropriately restored, could serve as guest quarters. The land on which the villa sits is approximately 8,000 square meters, and the sale includes another plot of nearly 2,000 square meters adjacent to the house but not directly connected. The property enjoys a beautiful sea view, with the nearest beach about a kilometer away.

Amenities and Features
garage · Parking · Waterfront
Agrigento, Via Anna Dickinson
10.000 h
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