This is one of the most particular houses inside the medieval borgo of Ceri, caved from the rooms of the ancient workshop of the â€śFacocchioâ€ť, the artisan of the farming community charged with the construction and repair of the wooden tools and vehicles. The house of the â€śFacocchioâ€ť situated next to the ownerâ€™s dwelling and the home of the â€śVergaroâ€ť has its own independent entrance from the central square and looks upon the enclosed garden. It is spread over two floors: the ground floor with its spacious dining and sitting room with a fireplace and a completely outfitted kitchen, the bathroom and a dispensary with refrigerator.; the upper floor with a very spacious place, divided in two separated bedrooms. The house offers an easy access to the garden and the internal private car parking.
Getting away from Rome towards the North and leaving aside the shores of the Thyrrenian Sea, you will arrive at the medieval borough of Ceri, a tiny village settled on a tufaceous spur of volcanic origin. A crown of embattled walls embraces its ancient houses facing the tiny central square, tightened around both the Sanctuary of the Virgin Mary and the austere Palace of the noble family Torlonia. A context of remarkable archeologic, historic and naturalistic interest forms the background of this charming agricultural settlement, creating altogether a picture of rare beauty. We find ourselves in the greatest archeologic area of Europe, namely the home of the Etruscan people. Ceri is to be considered as an ideal starting point for noteworthy itineraries, starting from the castles along the seaside of Palo and Santa Severa, ending up at the fortress of Michelangelo and the harbour of Civitavecchia; from the Etruscan necropolis of Cerveteri to the thermal springs; from the naturalistic oasis of Palo and the mountains of Tolfa to the hot springs of Manziana; from the Thyrrenian coasts to the shores of the volcanic lake of Bracciano with its tiny medieval cities cosely flanked on its crater. Its typical sceneries, its precious wines and its traditional cooking are all expressions of the Mediterranean flavours of the â€śMaremma Lazialeâ€ť. A fascinating and emotional journey in the immediate neighbourhood of the greater Rome and a few minutes away from the international airport of Fiumicino.