Property For Sale Telese Terme,Italy
For sale by real estate agent - Telese Terme
2 bed Property for sale
2 Bedrooms - Property - Benevento - For Sale
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Superb-Second-Two-Bed-Apartment-Telese-Terme-Benevento-italyEuroresales Property iD - 9825073Property information:For sale is this second two-bed first floor apartment, situated in Telese Terme Benevento italy.The apartment consists of two bedrooms, one bathroom and a reception room. This apartment is sold unfurnished.There is a total of 9 apartments in the building.The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Telese Terme Benevento italy.The parking included with the property, is Off Street Parking.The sea is one hours drive away and the airport is 45 minutes' drive. A golf course can be found one and a half hours drive.Other information:Bedrooms - 2Bathroom - 1Reception room - 1UnfurnishedFloor space 85 sq metresMountain viewCountryAbout the Area:Telese Terme, called simply Telese until 1991, is a city, comune and former episcopal seat in the Province of Benevento, in the Campania region of southern italy. it is located in the valley of the Calore, well known for its sulfuric hot springs.Telese was an ancient Samnite city, known as T(h)elesia. The city was captured by Hannibal in 217 BCE; later, the victor Roman general Scipio Africanus founded a Roman colony there.in 460 was established a Diocese of Telese / Thelesin.Having fallen into decay after the Gothic War it was conquered by the Longobards, becoming part of the Lombard Duchy of Benevento as seat of a gastaldry.its former cathedral cattedrale Santa Croce, dedicated to the Holy Cross, now in ruins, was decommissioned after the bishops transferred their to nearby Cerreto Sannita, yet the see retained the alternative title Diocese of Telese as well, even after a further merger into the Diocese of Cerreto Sannita-Telese-Sant'Agata de Goti.in 1883, after the Unification of italy, thermal baths were built, whence the current full name Telese Terme since 1991. Telese became an independent commune in 1934.it possesses remains of walls in opus reticulatum, of a total length of over a mile; two inscriptions of the Republican period record the erection of towers.The remains of baths (Thermae Sabinianae) and of an amphitheatre still exist; the city was supplied with water by an aqueduct. There are sulphur springs in the vicinity, which may have supplied the baths.The climate is warm in Telese Terme.The winter months are much rainier than the summer months. The Temperature here averages from 8 - 26 degrees.Contact Euro Resales Ltd for more information.if you need to buy or sell property in italy fast contact us today.