Casa Bartolone

Casa Bartolone

Casa Bartolone

Arpino, Frosinone, Lazio, 03033, Italien

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Casa Bartolone enjoys a most attractive location in the countryside, quiet and rural with beautiful views but not isolated. Part of a small village, it is only a ten minute drive from the historic hill town of Arpino, where there are shops, bars, cafés, restaurants and services. And a ninety minute journey takes you to the heart of Rome or Rome’s airports.

The 270 SqM property has spacious bright rooms with enchanting views and a pretty wraparound front balcony, and is situated in 1,600 SqM. of its land including a garden, olive groves and vines. The entrance door to the property leads past a charming little garden complete with a large persimmon tree. The ground floor comprises a kitchen with fireplace, a dining room, a large garage, another large room which opens onto the garden, currently used as a hobby and a work room, although it could be redecorated and transformed into a living room or a large ground floor bedroom in particular because it has a laundry/bathroom next door.

The first floor has a “sleeping area”: two large bedrooms and a bathroom. One of the bedrooms opens onto the front balcony. The other half of the top floor consists of a large room, which could be a master bedroom or a living room upstairs (this bedroom also opens onto the front balcony), an open-plan area overlooking some of the garden and another room, currently set up as a second kitchen, which could be turned into a third bathroom.

The back of Casa Bartolone leads to a vast area of land planted with olive groves and vines. A barbecue area for outdoor dining could be created here at the rear of the property facing the olive groves. The house has been well maintained and is ready for immediate occupancy.

Arpino, of Saturnian origins, was a very important fortified town of the Volsci, Samnites and Romans. This is testified by the imposing Cyclopean walls from which a pointed arch door, unique in Europe, opens. In 188 B.C. it obtained full Roman citizenship; the city expanded its territory, and with Caius Marius the ager Arpinas was enriched with possessions in Gaul. For centuries, since the early Middle Ages, it was the domain of numerous lords before finally becoming part of the Kingdom of Naples, after long disputes with the papacy. Until the unification of Italy it was flourishing for the wool industry. Among the churches is the church of San Michele Arcangelo (10th century), which houses works by Cavalier d’Arpino, of the Caravaggio School. The church of Santa Maria di Civita (10th century) houses the wooden statue of the Assumption (10th-11th century), particularly venerated by the people of Arpino.
venerated by the people of Arpino. The Monastery of St. Andrew the Apostle, one of the oldest Benedictine cloistered monasteries in the area, houses an ancient oil crucifix, under which a medieval example of a painted cross depicting Christ triumphant over death was found.


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