Every city in Italy has its own Via Roma. In Termini Imerese, the historic stairway that now bears this name connects the lower part of the city to the upper part as far as Piazza Duomo. Walking along Via Roma, one comes across the Medieval Tower, located close to the former Jesuit Convent and enclosed among the houses of the historic neighbourhood that still bear witness to the ancient city walls.
Looking at the Tower, to its right stands a detached house of approximately 100 sqm divided between the ground floor, first floor with balcony and second floor with terrace, overlooking Piazza Camillo Finocchiaro Aprile. The property, in need of even partial renovation, has two semi-independent entrances.
The first entrance leads to the ground floor, consisting of two communicating rooms, a small bathroom and a storage room. The second entrance leads through the entrance corridor to the internal staircase leading to the two upper floors.
On the first floor there is a large room with balcony and a small bathroom. On the second and last floor there is a last room with access to the terrace and a toilet.
The house has original decorative elements of the period (1930s) and its rooms are laid out in such a way as to allow for a layout suitable for several needs. In fact, it lends itself perfectly to being used as a residential unit or as a holiday home/b&b, taking advantage of the charm of its location in one of the most popular and ancient areas of Termini Imerese.
The city’s main attractions and places of interest can be reached on foot in a few minutes (Piazza Duomo, Grand Hotel delle Terme, beach, cinema, train station, port…), with the possibility of parking in the square adjacent to the house.
Marie Wester, her team of assistants, builders, architects, engineers and a large network of local brokers do all the best in order to make it possible to tailor a solution for all conceivable needs and wishes. Find out how the actual process of buying a house here works by taking a look at the purchase guide (CLICK HERE)