Property For Sale Olevano Romano,Italy

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2 bed Property for sale

Stunning 2 Bed Villa with Excellent Views for Sale in Lazio

$386,704 | £278,169 | €320,000
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Stunning 2 Bed Villa with Excellent Views for Sale in Lazio Italy

Esales Property ID: es5553312

Property Location

Via Pantanelle, snc 00035 Olevano Romano, Lazio


Property Details

With its s beautiful scenery, historic sites and laid-back atmosphere, Italy continues to be one of the most desirable places across the world to be. On offer here is a chance to invest into this mesmerising part of the world with this house.

Charming smallholding with beautiful 180 degree views, surrounded by vineyards. Only 1 hour from Rome. Large lounge plus large kitchen with BIC, fireplace and dining room. Main bedroom with BIC plus spare bedroom. 2 x bathrooms one with bath one with shower. 12 Kilo watt solar panels plus inverter and central heating system.

Beautiful stain glass doors and wooden library. Windows are all double glazed with iron shutters plus security gates on the doors. large terraces in the front and back of the house. Double garage and electric access gate. Saving the best for last, you have your own lake with island stocked with fresh water fish and triple filter pump system for fly fishing.

The entire house is on one level also perfect for older clients.


Lazio is a central Italian region bordering the Tyrrhenian Sea. Its principal city, Rome, is Italy's capital and was at the heart of the ancient Roman Empire. Its iconic ruins include the Coliseum, an amphitheater that seated thousands. On the coast, the ancient port of Ostia still retains detailed mosaics and a theater. Inland are the forested Apennine Mountains, with nature reserves, lakes and stone-built villages.

Lazio is in central Italy, on the western coast. The region was formerly known to English travellers by its Roman name, Latium, although this version of the name is now rarely used. A major port of call on the Grand Tour, when eighteenth-century travellers explored its scenic villages, Lazio is now largely overlooked in favour of its capital, Rome.

With so much investment, jobs and tourism concentrated in Rome, the surrounding region is often quiet, depopulated and rather run-down. For tourists, the good side of this is the tracts of unspoiled countryside, the dilapidated but surviving historic town centres, and the welcome you may receive. Tourists are rare creatures in many of Lazio's smaller towns, and once locals realise you are interested in their hometown they are generally delighted.

Lazio is divided into five provinces. In the north and west, bordering Tuscany and Umbria, are the Provinces of Viterbo and Rieti. In the centre of Lazio, the region's administrative centre is the Province of Rome, then to the south lie the Provinces of Latina and Frosinone.

Lazio airports and travel

Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino are the two airports serving the region. If you're sticking to a few major sights, the public transport is fairly efficient, but to get around the whole area it's a good idea to hire a car. There are local bus and rail services, but if you want to fit in a lot of sights, public transport isn't a really efficient use of time.

Lazio tourist destinations

Rome is of course the principal tourist destination in Lazio. Most of the region's other sights can be managed as a daytrip from the city, but if you're interested in a slightly different holiday, consider staying for longer in one of Lazio's other provinces. As well as Rome itself, the Province of Rome boasts popular tourist destinations like Frascati and Tivoli.

Viterbo, to the north, is a historic town with a beautiful, well-preserved medieval centre. Its province offers a wealth of tourist attractions: the lovely Lakes Vico and Bolsena, splendid gardens at the Villa Lante in Bagnaia, a grand palace at Caprarola, Etruscan remains at Tarquinia and Vulci, thermal springs and famous wine (Montefiascone's Est! Est!! Est!!!).

The Province of Latina runs for 100km along the coast, between Rome and Campania, and includes stretches of sandy beach and charming resorts like Sperlonga, and the Pontine Islands. Frosinone is inland and its most well-known tourist destination is Fiuggi, a spa resort with thermal springs. Budget coach tours sometimes use Fiuggi as a base for seeing Rome, although it is some distance from the Eternal City.


* 350m2 living space

* 4000m2 plot with potential to develop on the land,

* 2 Bedrooms

* 2 Bathrooms

* Massive potential in the rental market

* Stunning views - Double garage

* Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies

* Close to many excellent bars and restaurants

* Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of Italy

* Many excellent sports facilities, fishing, walking and cycling areas nearby

Contact us today to buy or sell your property in Lazio Italy.
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