€49k Stunning Loft Apartment for Sale in Italy, in the gorgeous old town of Marino, (Lazio) just 30 minutes to Rome! Have a look at the incredible, beautifully restored architectural details of this stunning apartment/ loft property for sale in Italy!
You don't need to do a thing to renovate this stunner -- it's all been done, & perfectly so, you can sit back & bask in the glory of this gorgeous apartment for sale in Italy, set in the wonderfully vibrant town of Marino. Add some minimal furnishings, let the architectural details speak for themselves & this is perfect as your own holiday home in Italy or to let as a holiday rental in Italy. The train from Marina to Rome is just a 30 minutes trip for you & your guests; how perfect is that? Fully kitted out with all the mod-cons in a luxurious space of 60m², you have everything you need. Is this your dream home in Italy? We think so! Lock up & leave or stay & enjoy, your choice! The photos speak for themselves (for a change, not a dirty dish in site!) Add the particular furnishings to set this all up as a spectacular holiday rental in Italy business, and you're ready to sit back & enjoy.
Marino itself has always played a key role in the metropolitan aspect & history of Rome; under the Roman Republic it was a summer resort for Roman patricians, who built luxurious villas in the area to escape the heat of Rome. With about 44,000 inhabitants, this is a popular destination known for its beauty & proximity to Rome. The area has countless events & attractions with many active vineyards to visit, museums, churches, cathedrals, activities & monuments.
More importantly, the town is known for several important festivals including the Grape Festival -- Sagra dell'uva): Every 1st Sunday of October. This festival is very famous in the surrounding area because, for about one hour, some of the city's fountains spill wine instead of water, recalling the memory of the old vintage and the historical event of the return to Marino of Marcantonio Colonna with 260 "Marinesi" from the Battle of Lepanto (7 October 1571).
And while grapes are an important aspect of all things Italian, there is also the epic Doughnut Festival-- Sagra della ciambella al mosto --Every 2nd Sunday of October. The doughnut (ring-shaped cake) made with flour, raisins and must (grape juice) is a typical product, a "marinese" cake, of limited production, only in the time of the grape harvest, a tradition based on a 17th-century recipe. Anyone who knows me, knows how important doughnuts are to me. After all, this is about me, right? (maybe not) Let's carry on, shall we?
The photos of this property for sale in Italy speak entirely for themselves, from the exposure plaster work to the gorgeous bespoke iron railings, to the wood work & floors, we have nothing to add that can present this property any better.... have a look!