TWO APARTMENTS JOINTED IN DIAMANTE - "PARCO VENERE"

Dimensions, tecnical data, floorplan and photos.
Gross area sqm: 70.00
Exact living area sqm: 59.60
Gross area garage sqm: 00,00
Gross area cellar sqm: 00,00
Land surface sqm: 00,00
Garden surface sqm: 00,00
Terrace surface sqm: 5.00
Balconies surface sqm: 3.00
Sun Terrace sqm:00,00
Salable surface sqm: 74.00
Asking Price €. 80.000
Price for sqm €. 1.081
Master Bedroom: 1)3.00x3.20 - 2)3.00x3.20
Double Bedrooms:1)2.60x2.80 - 2)2.60x2.80
Bathrooms: 1)1.20x1.80 - 2)1.20x2.80
Front Room: 5.80x3.20 - Kitchen: 4.20x3.20
Storage: 1.20x0.80
Corridor: 1.00x1.00x2
Diamante, to be restored, Parco Venere, an small condominium close Diamond hillside, at about 500 meters from the center and 1 Km. from the sea, very panoramic and airy. Two apartments unified on the first floor with the possibility of reintroducing them in two separate originals, large living room with glazed and fireplace, terrace, utility room, living room with fireplace, separate kitchen, 2 double bedrooms, 2 single bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Need of renovation. Apartment 85 sqm. + 15 sqm terraces.
Diamante is considered by Italians one of Italy’s prettiest towns and is without question one of the country’s most artistically inspiring. In spite of its colourful appeal however, Diamante is also one of Italy’s most over looked beautiful cities, by travelers to the Southern regions of the country. Diamante, not only famous for the mural works which cover the city’s walls, has centuries, been renowned throughout Italy for the hot peppers, which hang from every balcony, known as Peperoncini, used in any number of Calabresi dishes, such as the spicy Sopressatta sausage, Pecorino cheese, jarred ‘nduja (a very spicy pesto). More commonly, the Peperoncini is known in Italy as “Piccante” a type of hot-sauce Italians sprinkle on everything from pasta to bruschetta.  The peppers, are an extremely important part of local culinary traditions in Calabria are in fact part of what distinguishes southern Italian food from that of the north, where pasta dishes are mild by comparison.  As the peppers are harvested at the end of each summer in Calabria, the communities come together to celebrate.