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Office in the center of Francavilla al Mare (CH)

Investment / Residential investment, Buy | Italy, Abruzzo, Chieti, Francavilla al Mare
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220,000 EUR
Approx. 263,692 USD
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220,000 EUR
Approx. 263,692 USD
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Amenities and special features of this property

In the center of Francavilla al Mare, near Piazza S. Alfonso, we offer for sale an office on the ground floor consisting of 4 office spaces, a meeting room, an entrance with a large waiting room, an archive room, hallway and bathroom.
The rooms are in excellent condition, and air-conditioned with heat pump and split in every room.
The central location of the property, the proximity to all the main services and the possibility of parking, makes it ideal for multiple activities for freelancers, insurance companies or even for doctors' surgeries, dentists or physiotherapists, and more generally for co-working.
The building, consisting of 138 commercial square meters, has two separate entrances, and is currently divided into two subordinates:
therefore a subdivision into two environments is suitable.
In addition to the sale of the entire property, a separate sale is proposed at the price of:
€ 125,000 per sub. 3.5 compartments
€ 115,000 per sub. 2.5 compartments.


Francavilla al Mare: Location and surroundings of this property

Francavilla al Mare is a delightful seaside resort, famous since the second half of the 19th century. Located in the province of Chieti,
the town offers a wide range of entertainment and recreation options, with a good accommodation capacity. Ideal destination for families
looking for quiet and well-equipped beaches, for young people who love sports activities and nightlife and for those who want a relaxing
holiday with all the services at their fingertips. The coastal centre has very ancient origins, as evidenced by the archaeological
finds of prehistoric, italic and Roman times. Regular visitors were Gabriele D'Annunzio, the writers Eduardo Scarfoglio and Matilde Serao, the sculptor Costantino Barbella and the musician Francesco Paolo Tosti. Among the sacred buildings, it is worth visiting the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, rebuilt in 1948 according to the architect's design Ludovico Quaroni, with friezes and ornaments in terracotta, majolica and stone by masters Andrea and Pietro Cascella. It preserves numerous sacred furnishings, including an important monstrance of the first certain work of Nicola da Guardiagrele dated 1413.


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