Villa in city Frosinone
1800.00 sq.m., 6 bedrooms

€ 1 300 000

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The house of Pompey is located in the ancient village of PICO(Fr) located on the top of a karst hill near the castle, whose origins date back to ancient Roman military garrison.
The property consists of two buildings with a total area of 1,800 m2, one of the two artifacts was a Roman Villa, then with the arrival of the Longobardi, and S. Benedetto, this artifact was turned into benediktinski monastery.

The first building of about 400 m2 consists of basement, ground floor, first floor, second floor and attic.
Basement (street level) composed of 3 rooms of different sizes and a garage for Parking.
The first floor consists of utility room with access outside, storage room, kitchen and dining room. Also on the ground floor with 5 steps, there's an entrance room, a large living room of about 50 m2 x 4.5 m, which, in turn, is connected with kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms.
Climbing the stairs, you get to the second floor consisting of a corridor, a bathroom, a large bedroom with an area of about 35 m2. with terrace views of the internal garden and to the valley of the LIRI. And at the end of this floor is a dressing room and
high, wide attic.

The second building
It is formed of basement, some of which remained intact and dates back to the eleventh century, consists of three large rooms with access to the house and a large underground cistern.
The underground floor consists of entrance hall, kitchen with exit to the second patio and garden. Two rooms used as a library ( which has about 3,000 volumes), of which old half, living room, 4 bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large corridor, and at the end of the Laundry.
The first floor consists of a kitchen, a bathroom with a hallway, small dining room, small balcony on the stairs, meeting rooms with 18th-century fireplace, a dining room, living room, living room "Gallery" connected to two other rooms devoted to the pastime like chess, music. And at the end of the external bathroom, as they had been used.
Between these two buildings there is a third building consisting of two rooms used as rooms for Hobbies, with a South-facing terrace and a greenhouse on it.
There is an input, the second courtyard, a wood-burning oven and barbecue, large garden overlooking the LIRI valley, separated from the forest below, per hectare, from the walls with a watchtower belonging to the Lombards in the period (XI century). The first historical document of this house is associated with the Lombard Giovanni Scinto, who in this monastery, made donations to the Benedictines of Montecassino.

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