House in city Rome
200.00 sq.m., 3 bedrooms

€ 329 000
Panoramc Family house of 180 sqm . Double hall with fireplace , tavern/ dinng room with fireplace, large kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathroom , built-in wardrobes , large attic , cellar, box/garage ,double garden 1000 sqm wth the fruit trees and tall magnolia. Irrigation and double alarm Systems.


A City to fall in love with!. Only 15 minutes away, It has all the history, art, music, architecture etc to last a lifetime!
The Open Air Opera at Terme di Caracalla is to die for!

10 minutes from the lake Martignano and 15 minutes from Trevignano, 25 minutes from the sea

For the sporting minded:

Golf - Rome has been selected to host the 2022 Ryder Cup, one of the largest sporting events in the world. This will put Italian golf on the world map and will attract huge numbers of visitors from the US and Europe, as well as mass worldwide TV coverage..
This house provides the perfect venue for golfing enthusiasts not only to visit the tournament but to play some of the other magnificent other local courses.

Rugby- European 6 Nations Championship. Rome is the Italian home venue with matches played at Stadio Olympico, Italy v England 4Th February 2018 and Italy v Scotland 17th March 2018

Football -Both Lazio and Roma play at Stadio Olimpico

Tennis - Italian Open, ATP Rome Masters at Foro Italico 7th-20th May 2018

The Ryder Cup in 2022 will generate huge interest in the area! Only 5 years away!


Golf- Headquarters of Italian Golf Federation at Golf Nazionale Golf Club only a quarter an hour from the house. This provides a very challenging 18 hole Championship Course, host to the 1991 Phillips World Cup Golf Tournament which featured many European star golfers, including Severiano Ballesteros, Nick Faldo, Bernard Langer with the individual event won by Ian Woosnam in the year he also won the US Masters. This course is so highly rated it was shortlisted for the 2022 Ryder Cup.

Olgiata Golf and Country Club is only 15 minutes away, again another wonderful golf course, host to the Italian Open, and has outstanding facilities including outdoor swimming pool.


There is a shuttle bus linking Campagnano town center with the railway station in Cesano (km 7), where a local train leaves every 15 minutes to the center of Rome, (30 minute ride) conveniently connecting stations with Rome underground. The train stops include S.Peter's, Ostiense Station, Trastevere where a local train leaves every 15 minutes to Fiumicino Airport.

Campagnano of Rome is a commune of 11,329 inhabitants in the province of Rome , on the slopes of Monte Razzano, located about 270 m above sea level, its territory includes the hamlet of "Madonna del Sorbo"; Is about 33 Km from Rome and is easily reached via Cassia Bis or Flaminia.

Via Cassia, the ancient Consular road linking Rome to Etruria, modern Tuscany, is only a few hundred meters away. To the south, is the modern highway Cassia, leading to the GRA (Grande Raccordo Anulare, the Ring Road of Rome), the main access road to the city (km 20). Fiumicino Airport is less than an hour's ride by car to the west (km 56). If you fancy the sea on warm summer days, head west on A90 by car to reach Ostia and Castel Fusano beach resorts in less than an hour.

Heading north, you will find a number of areas of historical and cultural interest: the medieval villages of Calcata (km 20) and Sutri (km 21), Trevignano on the beautiful shores of Lake Bracciano (km 18), the mythical Lake Vico (km 35), la Tuscia, the enchanting land of Estruscan, with nearby Bolsena Lake, (km 78) and Viterbo, the City of the Popes (km 48), to name but a few of the magnificent gems that can be reached within an hour's drive, all before entering Tuscany.

Also in the vicinity of Campagnano, there are also three top Golf courses, including Golf Olgiata, (km 11), 27 holes (considered by many as the top golf course in Italy), Golf Terre dei Consoli, (km 14), 27 holes, and Golf Nazionale, (km 16), 18 holes, the course of the FIG (Federazione Italiana Golf).

This is a location offering the best things of the world: genuine Italian living in a picturesque setting of old world charm, with the nearby convenience of modern necessities and facilities---all within easy reach of the exhilarating Eternal City.

Its origins date back to the 9th century , in the middle ages, when it was a rich agricultural center whose economy was based on the production of wine and artichokes. The medieval past of Campagnano has left its importance in the many monuments present in the historic center. The eighteenth century Porta Romana allows access to the oldest part of the city: entering Vittorio Emanuele is immediately on the left,Venturi Palace now home to the Archaeological Museum, the Municipal Library and the Permanent Cultural Center. Crossing the Corso , former Borgo Paolino, you will come to Cesare Leonelli from which you can admire the Dolphin Fountain , attributed to the Vignola , and the Palazzo Municipale. Later, behind the Town Hall, the medieval nucleus with its towers, the Collegiate, the Campanile ( 1600) , theFountain of the Fountain ( 1500 ), and the Church of St. John the Baptist Decollated , built in 1515 on Remains of an ancient church.
5 Km from the village you can visit the Sanctuary of Santa Maria del Sorbo , and 2 Km there is the Autodrome of Vallelunga . Even today the country is renowned for its rural products. Every last Sunday of the month, in the squares and in the streets of the medieval village, the most important handicraft and antique market of the center of Italy arises. In the last decade of April-early May, the Baccanale Festival is organized: Carciofata, sausages, cheeses and wine free to all those who attend the party; Parade of allegorical wagons, gathering of musical bands and fair of goods. Last days of August: San Giovanni Battista Decollato (Patron of the City) and San Celestino Festival , folklore and artistic events.


In the valley of Baccano, the most ancient testimonies of the human occupation of the territory of Campagnano appear. The choice of the area where to settle was undoubtedly determined by the presence of the lake, the favorable exposure and the volcanic nature of the land, elements that recourse to the Bronze Age dwellers, who preferred the proximity of exploitable waters and land to both The agriculture that for the breeding. The oldest settlement among those found is dated to the Bronze Age Age, around 1500 BC.

During the Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age (CII - IX century BC) both the southern and the northern part of Campagnano were frequented, but the most important settlements were concentrated in the western area due to the proximity to the lake Of Baccano and that of Martignano. In antiquity, intensive woodworking works seem to have occurred only from the 6th century BC In the eighth century BC a small settlement was erected at Mole dei Monti, already occupied in the Bronze Age, and a necropolis of a hundred tombs in Costa del Follettino resort; In 1985, during the agricultural work, an isolated tomb was found in the area between Mount dell'Impiccato and Poggio del Mello; Dating from the 8th century BC is determined on the basis of the kit containing very little ceramic and many bronze objects. In the 7th century BC there is an attempt to recolonize the hills of Monte Sant'Angelo. All the tombs of this period resemble much more than those of the falcon and caphenate territories, than those of the territory Since gravitating into the orbit, the area under scrutiny undergoes the influence of that culture formed between the Sabini Mountains, the Cimini Mountains and the Tiber.

The most important testimony of the Etruscan era in the territory of Campagnano is certainly attributable to the impressive cut of roads that connect the valley of Baccano with Lake Martignano, referring to the VII sec. B.C. Regarding instead The exact location of Etruscan Artena, located between Caeri and Veio, are formulated to this day Hypothesis: some identify it with the ancient Sabazia;Others put it near Castel Giuliano; Others in the nearby Tragliata, where an interesting Etruscan necropolis was discovered. Although the site of Mount St. Angelo is best known for the Etruscan settlements in the Campanian territory, we know that at that time almost all areas were inhabited. Etruscan presence in the nearby places of Baccano, Sorbo, Selvagrossa, Poggio del Melo and Mount Gemini is documented, with Mount St. Angelo being an integral part of the vast territory.
In the 6th century BC, part of the area between the roads leading to Narce, Faleri, Capena, created new settlements in the southern area and new road paths, indicated by the existence of the cut, such as the one in the south-east of the valley of Baccano, which in Roman times will be used for the route of Via Cassia, and that from the Valley of Baccano, which goes down to Lake Martignano.Compared to the previous century there is a trend reversal, given that the southern part of Campagnano becomes more populated than the northern one. The phenomenon is certainly linked to the increased power of Veio, compared to the small northern centers. By the 5th century BC, the area between the Narce and Capena trails, cleared and colonized only a century earlier, is abandoned.

The settlements are concentrated along the streets for Capena and Sorbo and the necropolis around Mola dei Monti. The depopulation of the territory of Campagnano depends on the decline of Veio: in the fifth century BC the deluge of the Etruscan city began a century later. After the conquest of Veio of 396 BC, the inhabitants of the wider territory are transferred to Rome and similarly to those of Capena and Faleri, the only cities to support Veio in the struggle against Rome. Throughout the fourth century BC, the territory of Campagnano will only see the establishment of some private farms of rich Roman citizens, settled after the invasion of the Gauls, in 387 BC At the beginning of the 3rd century BC, the slow phase of repopulation of the 'area. After the war between Rome and Faleri with the destruction of the latter in 241 BC, about half of the territory becomes ager publicus, ie falling within the jurisdiction of Rome. At the end of the 3rd century BC, when Capena wasincorporated into Roman territory during the Second Punic War and Faleri became a Roman municipality, the Senate decided to transfer part of the Campania population to the territories of Veio, Nepi and Sutri to relaunch The economic development of the area, seriously affected by the war.The area south of Campagnano is again deforested and at the highest peak of Monte Razzano there is a sacred area, probably dedicated to Bacco, from which the name Baccanas to the underlying valley would derive. The cult of Baccano was introduced between the end of the 4th and the beginning of the 3rd century BC in Etruria by the Campanian settlers, who dedicated themselves to viticulture and Olive cultivation.

The military, political and commercial interest of the Via Cassia leads to the intense population of the area south of Campagnano for agricultural purposes in the 2nd century BC. A remarkable series of residences (villas) and farms (rustic villas) rises in the area, usually occupying the summit of hills near watercourses.
Residential villas identify with the presence of luxurious architectural elements such as columns, mosaics and painted plaster; The rustic ones for the presence of agricultural equipment such as mills, silos, wells and tanks; All inhabited nucleuses are located next to the main roads or are served by them Branches. Compared to the number of dwellings, there were no substantial necropolis, perhaps because it was more convenient to reuse those of the previous period. In the first century BC the villas and farms multiplied along the Via Cassia, which increasingly assumes the role of commercial and military road to the northern areas, along the road to Capena, as early as the beginning of the 1st century BC, Before the social war, became a municipium (a community town affiliated to Rome without any participation in political rights). On the southern hill of Monte Sant'Angelo a rural settlement was born at this time, which remains alive until the beginning of the 2nd century AD. In the imperial age there is an increase in settlements, to be related to the growing interest in northern Etruria and thus to the growing importance of Via Cassia as a means of communication and commerce. During the Augustan empire, Etruria constitutes the seventh region of particular importance for the exploitation of the marble of the Apuan Alps, much sought after in Rome. This new business will bring Etruria out of the profound economic crisis that struck it in the last century of the Republic, when wheat imports from Egypt and the East had made the region's agricultural production uncompetitive.


The Lazio region of Italy is home to the country's capital city, Rome. There are more than 5.5 million people living in this part of the country. The region is located on the western coast of the country and shares border s with Tuscany, Marche, Abruzzo and Umbria, amongst others.

Rome is the largest urban area in the region and most other towns are small. The region is divided into five provinces for administrative purposes.

The climate of the area is mostly mild, with warm summers and mild winters. Summers see very little rainfall, with the highest levels in November and December.

Many people choose Rome, both as a retirement destination and for work. The city has everything that is needed for daily life.
There are quieter districts of the city which are ideal for those who want a quieter retirement, although the city offers many opportunities for a busy social life. The rural areas outside the city and in the other provinces are ideal for those who are looking for a traditional Italian way of life.
For those who want to establish their own business in the region, there are many options.
The city of Rome has established businesses which are for sale, although there are opportunities for those who have a trade to establish their own business. In the rural areas there are properties which are suitable for conversion to small hotels or B&Bs, and there are many properties with land for those who want an agricultural based business.


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