Situated in the mountains, this village-house accommodation is Detached property located on four levels for a total of roughly 400 square meters and large gardens of 450 square meters. The villa consists of a large garage, basement, kitchen, large living room, 8 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms (2 of them with shower/bath), laundry room, large balconies, and 1 terrace.
The property is located in Abruzzo, central Italy, in Villa Scontrone, a mountain village in the municipality of Scontrone, near the Abruzzo National Park. Tourist resorts and well-equipped facilities for skiing and winter sports are only on 10-15 minutes commute by car.
You can visit Pescasseroli, Rivisondoli, and Roccaraso and enjoy the snow and the activities. This property would suit nature lovers or somebody looking to renovate it and convert it to a B&B /hotel/pizzeria.
Abruzzo is an Italian region, east of Rome, with an Adriatic coastline and the Apennine Mountains. National parks and nature reserves cover much of its rugged interior. It also encompasses hilltop towns, dating to the medieval and Renaissance periods. The Trabocchi Coast, with sandy coves, is named after its traditional wooden fishing piers.
Abruzzo is picturesque in its scenery. Many old villages were abandoned and remain largely intact and the countryside is rich with historic sites. It is often said that Abruzzo has as many castles as it does sheep. Most of this sleepy region has remained lock in medieval times making Abruzzo the first stop for those seeking to take a glance at the past, or a chance to see nature as it was hundreds of years ago, unspoiled and perfect.
The region can be divided into two parts. The western part of the region is mountainous; the eastern portion of the region consists mostly of rolling foothills slowly sloping down to long stretches of wide, sandy coastline. The three main rivers in Abruzzo, the Aterno-Pescara, the Sangro and the Vomano flow from the mountains down to the Adriatic Sea carving deep gorges into the countryside.
Because of the proximity to the Tyrrhenian Sea, the mountains endure heavy rain and snowfall and low temperatures all year round. There is excellent skiing in the region.
The majority of the furniture has been recently renovated.