Via San Maria, 17, Collalto Sabino, Province of Rieti, Italy

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This beautifully renovated stone farmhouse exudes rustic charm and elegance.

Nestled in the enchanting hamlet of Collalto Sabino, considered one of the most beautiful and scenic spots in Lazio and just a 60-minute drive from Rome, this 150 sqm stone house is a true gem awaiting your love.
Situated in a serene residential area, it offers the perfect blend of tranquility and convenience, being within walking distance of the charming medieval center of Collalto Sabino.

It features a fully furnished and habitable built-in kitchen, a spacious living room adorned with charming chestnut beams, and two inviting bedrooms, one of which comes fully furnished.
The two bathrooms and a practical closet ensure comfort and convenience.

The property boasts exquisite finishes, including a wooden staircase, Tuscan terracotta floors, and timeless stone walls.
Outside, a paved patio invites you to enjoy al fresco dining or simply soak in the peaceful surroundings.
A quaint stone tool shed adds to the property’s rustic appeal as a deposit for garden equip.

The property boasts a charming garden of around 350 square meters, perfect for relaxation and outdoor activities. Adjacent to this is an expansive 650 square meter land plot, offering ample space for various possibilities.
This home is an ideal first residence for those seeking peace and greenery without sacrificing access to essential services, such as a pharmacy and grocery stores.

Collalto Sabino

On a ‘high hill’, strategic for defence, rises the village of Collalto Sabino, where the past seems never to have gone away and the atmosphere is still as it once was.

The heart of the village is the Baronial Castle, which has maintained its 17th-century appearance and is composed of a central square tower, two round corner towers, sentry boxes and ramparts.

Here, between the large park and the ancient well, you reach the keep, from the top of which you can enjoy a vast and splendid panorama: from this privileged position, the view sweeps from Gran Sasso to Terminillo as far as Maiella.

The best time to admire this landscape is at sunset, when the many surrounding villages light up, creating a magical atmosphere.