Price €: 119.000
Syracuse, Viale Scala Greca, in a residential complex, we offer for sale apartment of about 100 square meters, consisting of 5 comfortable rooms.
The apartment is located on the fourth floor with elevator of a residential complex with large parking areas reserved for residents.
The house, bright and consists of a large entrance-living room, hallway, kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, utility room, two large balconies.
The apartment is in excellent condition and immediately habitable.
The house is located about 2 km from the beautiful quarry and tonnara of Santa Panagia that can be reached on foot in just under ten minutes, in this stretch of sea the coast is divided into several natural and artificial caves of the Greek and Byzantine era.
In the area where the apartment is located there are supermarkets, shops, restaurants, bars, tobacconists and the property is a short distance from the North exit of Syracuse and the shopping center Auchan.
Founded in 734 BC from colonists of Corinth, Syracuse will become for Cicerone “the greatest and most beautiful of all the Greek cities”. The name originates from Syraka (“abundance of water”), thanks to the numerous waterways of the city. During the Greek period, Syracuse reaches its maximum splendor. Today there are several historical testimonies of this era: the Fonte Aretusa di Ortigia, the Teatro Greco, the Acquedotto Galermi, the Orecchio di Dioniso and the Ara di Ierone, the Templi Greci di Apollo e di Zeus. The power of the Greek polis of Syracuse extended to the Adriatic, with several Syracusan colonies. After the Greeks, with the Romans the importance of the city decreases. Despite this, notable remains of the era remain today: from the Anfiteatro Romano to the Ginnasio, up to the Catacombe. Syracuse is the first city of the West with a Christian community. After the Vandali, the Bizantini with Belisario in 535 conquered Syracuse and Sicily. With Constant II, the city lives a flourishing period and becomes the imperial seat, but with its successors a civil war puts an end to the Byzantine Empire. The arrival of the Arabs in 878 shakes Syracuse violently, causing 5.000 victims. A political crisis will bring the Arab domination to be replaced again by the Byzantine one. This period corresponds to a cultural revival of the city, especially from an architectural point of view.
Main data on the property:
Useful floor area house (walkable surface) = 100 sq.m. about
Balcony area = 28 sq.m.