Medieval town house, built into the rock which formed part of the towns fortifications.
This is a deceptively large property with rental potential
On entering the property on the ground floor, you enter the hallway with a room to your right currently used as an office, a small passage in front of the office leads to a cupboard, behind which is the wall to an adjoining little property of 50 m². There is a possibility that this could be purchased at the same time if additional living space were required.
After the office the corridor widens and to the right passed the side of the office is a lounge/library at the opposite end of which is a door leading to another room used as a sports room with access to the side of the property.
Returning to the hallway there is a staircase to the right that takes you to the first floor and after that a shower room, with shower cubicle large sink and WC
The partitions which form the walls of the office, lounge and sports room could all be reconfigured and the downstairs converted easily into an apartment
The stairs lead to the first floor landing to the right of which is a large kitchen with glass doors leading out onto a covered balcony with fabulous views of the town and the surrounding countryside. To the left is a shower room with itaian shower, double basins and WC. Along the corridor to the right is a beautiful feature vaulted living room with adjacent cellar (discreetly hidden behind the bar) with lighting in the floor.
To the right of the opposite the living room is a bedroom with fitted cupboards and at the end of the corridor another bedroom.
In conclusion an interesting property of character with the potential to create an apartment with its own access on the ground floor.