Originally this was an ancient watchtower in the area, because from its windows you can see all the beautiful valley of the river Volturno.

It was transformed in 1743 by King Charles III in a hunting lodge to rest after the beats on his estate, during and after World War II was instead left to his fate and became a refuge for partisans.
Today, after years of neglect, revived in all its splendor thanks to a careful restoration made with love for old things, faithfully its old structure.
The residential section of about 250 square meters on two levels. At first there is the living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen with all modern comforts, the wood-fired oven, and finally a double room with a small bathroom on the second floor there are three double bedrooms, two bathrooms.
Outside you can walk in its beautiful garden where you can enjoy a breathtaking view overlooking the entire valley.

Friday, 19 October 2012

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