Why Property Manager chose Orsogna
The "Terrazza Mare & Monti" loft is an apartment spread over 114 square meters of useful surface, it also has a terrace on three sides, of about 100 square meters. The loft offers a total of 6 large rooms that can accommodate up to 8 people, all the rooms are fully furnished: a kitchen that includes a fully equipped kitchenette as well as a dining room and a table with 8 seats, a living room of approx. 35 sqm, fully furnished, equipped with 42 "flat screen TV, DVD and 5.1 surround sound and a sofa bed (three seats), 2 bathrooms one of which is equipped with a washing machine, 2 bedrooms: the first double while the second a triple bedroom (composed of a double bed and a single bed) and finally a small closet. The loft is also equipped with an air conditioning system in all rooms. Finally, by reservation only, you can use your own private parking. Outside the building there is a large free public car park. Located in Orsogna, a small town of 5000 inhabitants, located in a central position with respect to the sea (about 15 km) and the mountain (less than 50 km), surrounded by beautiful breathtaking views; The apartment has been recently renovated (energy efficient apartment with almost zero energy consumption), equipped with solar panels that cover 80% of the required energy demand, both for domestic hot water and to integrate the heating system to methane gas; A huge outdoor terrace also allows the possibility of using the BBQ and eating outdoors, surrounded by ornamental plants of 9 citrus varieties; A short distance from some of the most welcoming and characteristic towns of Abruzzo, an easy destination for day-trippers: Guardiagrele, Lanciano, Ortona and Chieti.
What makes this Apartment unique
Orsogna is an Italian town of 3950 inhabitants in the province of Chieti in Abruzzo. During the Second World War, the famous "Gustav Line" was taken for granted, cutting Italy halfway through (Gaeta - Cassino - Ortona), with the aim of slowing down as much as possible the advance of the liberation troops. On March 26, 2003, the city of Orsogna was awarded the Silver Medal for Civil Merit, conferred by the President of the Republic Ciampi. The name Orsogna seems to derive from the ancient name of one of its districts located in the Valle del Moro near the village, the district Rissogna. According to the legend near the village lived bears, as evidenced by the emblem of the City. In ancient times the town was from Abruzzo, populated mainly by peasants, but there were also vasars, since the land surrounding the village is clayey. Surely the most important monument is the Church of S. Nicola di Bari, with an eighteenth-century structure like the adjoining bell tower. From the Belvedere in front of the church you can admire the Fraja valley, called by the presence of the calanchi, and the imposing Majella massif. Not far from the ancient middle of the town is the "Torre di Bene", a typical example of a fortified rural building, built between the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries with sighting and control functions; in the 19th century it became an important cultural center, animated by the likes of Francesco Paolo Tosti and Camillo De Nardis. Of great scenic interest is the tree-lined avenue of the Pineta Comunale, located in via Raffaele Paolucci, a pleasant place of passage and entertainment for orsognesi and vacationers. Not too far away, there is the "Parco delle Rimembranze", built in 1926, a military cemetery where all the orsognesi fallen in World War I and the Spanish War are remembered, as well as the remains of two famous orsognesi figures, Raffaele Paolucci and Felice Mola. The Parco dell'Annunziata falls within the few "Equipped Territorial Parks".
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