Property For Sale Licata,Italy
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Superb One Bedroom Townhouse with Mezzanine Floor and Studio Apartment in Licata Sicily italy
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Superb One Bedroom Townhouse with Mezzanine Floor and Studio Apartment in Licata Sicily italyEuroresales Property iD - 9824582Property information:The property is a mid terrace town house, located in the historical part of LiCATA, just off the main Piazza. it has two separate but adjacent entrances.The double door entrance opens into a room suitable as a studio apartment with bathroom and space for small kitchen unit. White ceramic floor tiles, Two ceiling lights,plugs and sockets, for TV with antennae, and a/c. Doorway to upper floor which could be enclosed with a lockable door.Original beam above the main entrance.Original glass doors are available for installation behind the main double door. New sanitary units and shower installed in bathroom.Hallway: Accessed from separate entrance and/or from ground floor studio room.Ceiling light, and newly installed electrical box. White ceramic tiles and stairs to upper floor.White ceramic tiled floor. Electrical power points and antennae for TV, a/c, washing machine, dish washer etc.Space for small kitchen units. Space beneath stairs.Ceiling light. Bathroom: completely remodelled. Slate grey floor and tiles in shower area, glass shower screen.Double glass doors with wooden outer shutters to balcony. Above these door on the exterior wall, is a bas relief depicting the Coat of Arms of the the city of Licata.Stairs to upper mezzanine floor, grey marble. Wall light and two way light switch.Above the bathroom in a contained space is a newly installed huge water tank and immersion heater. Ceiling light and sockets, white ceramic floor tiles.Walls throughout have been re-plastered and painted white. Existing doors are wooden and in good condition.The exterior of the house has been repainted.Mains water and electricity are connected.A point of historical interest: This property,that bears the Coat of Arms above the door was once the entrance and part thereof to the original Town Hall.Other information;No. of Beds: Two - but could sleep 6+No. of Reception Rooms: twoFloor Space (metres squared): 92 +/- approximatelyFurnished: UnfurnishedParking: Street ParkingView: UrbanOrientation: SouthDistance from Sea: WalkingDistance from Airport: 1.5 Hours +Distance from Main Attraction: WalkingAbout the area:The house is in the historic part of Licata, and does in fact bear the coat of arms of the town in a bas relief above the balcony doors.At one point it was the entrance to the old town hall.Licata is a city and commune located on the south coast of Sicily,at the mouth of the Salso River, about midway between Agrigento and Gela.Licata,is a town of elegant baroque palazzi, a 16thcentury castle, and the archaeological remains of the ancient Greek city, at Monte Sant'Angelo. .* A notable place of interest is the 15th Century Chiasa Santa Maria La Nova, it houses the famous statue of the Black Christ.* A short walk from the town lies the beautiful Marina di Cala del Sole, a shopping plaza, and cafes.* Marinella beach is a sunlovers' paradise, with other beaches dotted along the coastline within an easy drive.* Within a short drive to the westof Licata is Agrigento a UNESCO world heritage site, and the impressive Valley of the Temples.* The hilltop town, nearby, of Palma di Montechiaro was made famous by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa in his novel il Gattopardo. Chiese Matrice still stands and can be visited.* Food isfound in abundance at the many cafes and restaurants that serve traditional local dishes. La Madia the Michelin rated restaurant is ranked as the number 1 restaurant in Licata.* The town is served by regular bus and train services to Palermo and Catania, as well as local buses to nearby towns and places of interest.* it is in this region, made famous by writer Andrea Camilleri, where his fictional Detective Montelbano pursues his line of work.it is a major seaport developed at the turn of the twentieth century, shipping sulphur,the refining of which has made Licata the largest European exporting centre, and asphalt, and at times shipping cheese.