Real Estate in Bagheria
Villa Emilia is a semi-detached house in the heart of Bagheria, adjacent to the park of the Villa Trabia. The house, built on three floors, has a small garden and a secluded terrace with barbecue, as well as its own underground car park, with the possibility to charge an electric car.
The house was comprehensively remodeled and renovated 2005 by its current owner. The kitchen/diner (complete with fireplace and lounge area) and bathroom were moved down into the basement, which was then connected directly to the garage. From here there is a dumb waiter to transport food up to the ground floor where the main dining-living room is found. In addition to this roomy space this level also features another bathroom and access to the terrace. Upstairs are the three bedrooms and remaining bathrooms are upstairs, one of which is en-suite to the master bedroom which also has a walk-in closet.
The indoor living area totals about 250m2, the garden another 100m2 and the barbecue terrace about 30m2. The property boasts all technological conveniences: a filtration system for the water has installed in the kitchen, there is fast fiber-optic internet throughout the house, satellite television, and the central gas heating is electronically controlled. As the owner of the house works in a wholesaler for tiles and bathroom furnishings, a professional eye is evident in design choices, and no expense has been spared to source particularly beautiful materials.
Villa Emilia is a real estate in Bagheria which is a medium size city (approximately 60k inhabitants). The Villa is right in the center but in a suburb with some green areas. In Bagheria you can find everything you need: shops, warehouses, amazing restaurants, bars, pubs, museum and a lively cultural offer. In Bagheria you can also visit interesting baroque villas, like Villa Cattolica, Villa Cutò and Villa Palagonia (also known as the monster villa).
The owner invested heavily on her purchase and the subsequent renovation. Six years ago the market would have priced this property around €600,000. Whilst she is aware that these prices are no longer paid today, she does not want to sell this property for less than € 350,000. The only reason to find this beloved family home on the market is that both she and her husband work in Palermo and their 11-year-old daughter has to be taken there daily for swimming training, meaning that their family now finds themselves more often in the car than at home in Bagheria.