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2 bedroom house
Campobasso province




Priced at €46,000 and payable over 10 years at only €383 per month.

No mortgage required.

No deposit required. 

No interest payable. 

Rent it out and use the rental income to help pay off the balance.


5 storey house.

Spectacular views.

Three entrances.

2 bedrooms. 

2 bathrooms. 


Tranquil location.


The house is located in the ancient village of Castelbottaccio in the province of Campobasso.

It is a great opportunity for those who want to live in the tranquillity and peace that a small Italian hilltop village can give, with a suggestive view towards the historic centre and towards the valley.


The property is an independent building of 188 sqm set over five levels with three entrances.


Second basement: 

  • A storage and a wine cellar, accessible from both the internal staircase and the external courtyard. At this level the property also includes a garden of 17 sqm.


First basement: 

  • A large room with kitchen, wood oven and fireplace, accessible from the internal staircase or directly from the outside.


Ground floor:

  • Entrance to the kitchen with fireplace and living room.


First floor:

  • 2 large bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.


Second floor:

  • Storage.


The property is served by gas, water and electricity.

25 minutes to the city of Campobasso. 

30 minutes to the University of Molise. 

50 minutes to the ancient walled town of Termoli on the Adriatic Coast. 

1 hour to San Salvo Marina on the Adriatic Coast with sand beaches.

About Campobasso:

Campobasso is a city located in the Molise region of Southern Italy. The economy of Campobasso, like many other cities in Italy, is driven by a mix of traditional industries and modern services.

Agriculture and farming play a significant role in the local economy, with many small farms and vineyards producing a variety of crops, including grains, olives, grapes, and vegetables. The region is known for its production of high-quality olive oil, which is exported to other parts of Italy and Europe.

The city also has a thriving manufacturing sector, with companies producing textiles, clothing, furniture, and ceramics. The Molise region is known for its fine pottery, and many local artisans produce handcrafted pieces that are highly sought after by collectors.

In recent years, the service sector has become increasingly important to the economy of Campobasso. The city has a growing tourism industry, with visitors attracted to the region's natural beauty, historic sites, and cultural events. The city is also home to a number of small businesses, such as cafes, restaurants, and shops, that cater to both locals and tourists.

Overall, the economy of Campobasso is a mix of traditional industries and modern services, with a growing tourism industry and a number of small businesses. There are also opportunities for growth and development, particularly in the areas of infrastructure and job creation.


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