A 14th-century Medieval monastery outside of Rome

Posted on Sun, 10 Mar 2024 by KiM

Located in the province of Frosinone in a very panoramic position at the border of a medieval hamlet is this 14th-century medieval stone monastery. The property has a surface area of about 1,000 sqm, is part restored and is mainly used as a venue for events, but with some further restoration work, the whole structure could be converted into a boutique hotel with 10+ bedrooms (and 8 bathrooms). The building has been part restored and still boasts all the typical features and characteristics normally found in medieval religious properties such as original terracotta floors, wooden beams, coffered ceilings, stone fireplaces. The finishes have been very carefully preserved and, where needed, original material has been used as a replacement. The large halls are covered with beautiful coffered ceilings, while the floors are tiled with terracotta bricks, also original. The monastery boasts a beautiful internal cloister, nowadays decorated with an Italian garden (150 sqm) and surrounded by a beautiful covered loggia with vaulted ceilings.
The only event I can envision happening here is Kim living happily ever after! What a spectacular property! For sale via Immobiliare Italiano for €1,380,000.

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