Superb 4 Floor Commercial Property in Mussomeli italy
Euroresales Property iD – 9825052
This property is an excellent commercial property situated on Via Palmero, Mussomeli, italy, in close proximity to the main square.
The property consists of a large ground floor garage which has planning for commercial use and 3 floors of residential space above.
The first and second floor of the property can potentially be self-contained flats as there is a kitchen and bathrooms on both floors.
The loft space of the property is perfect for renovation and the property includes balconies and 2 private parking spaces, one at the front and one at the rear of the building.
The property is being sold as unfurnished.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Mussomeli, italy.
Bedrooms – 2
Kitchens – 2
3 Residential Floors
Large Ground Floor Garage
About the Area:
Mussomeli is a town and comune in the province of Caltanissetta, Sicily, italy. The name of the town is derived from Arabic.
A feast is held every September for the Madonna of the Miracles. A similar feast is held simultaneously in Buffalo, NY, which has a large number of Mussomeli emigres and their descendants.
Many townspeople emigrated to the UK, to London and Woking, Surrey where the Madonna dei Miracoli is celebrated every July.
One of the main attractions of Mussomeli is the Chiaramonte Castle Castello Mafredonico, built in 1370 in Norman-Gothic style.
it stands on a high crag, elevation 778 metres , 2 kilometres outside the town. it has large halls, dungeons and torture cells, and a chapel with a precious alabaster depicting the Madonna dell Catena (1516).
Near the castle are the ruins of a Greek-italic village.
Other Sights include:
The Santuario della Madonna dei Miracoli (Church of Our Lady of the Miracles)
The Chiesa Madre of San Ludovico (14th century). it was restored along Baroque lines in the 17th century.
The Renaissance church of San Francesco.
The 17th Palazzo Trabìa, with a noteworthy art gallery.
The church of St. Anthony (16th century)