The property Fumasoni is located on the Via Aurelia on the outskirts of Rome, in the village of Castel di Guido.
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Castel di Guido is located within a nature reserve called “Macchia Grande“, unspoiled, rich evergreen vegetation, typical of the Mediterranean, but also a refuge for native wildlife. The reserve is called the “Great Spot” because, with its 280 acres of protected land mass, is the largest green space around the city of Rome.
Geographically situated in a strategic position, the real estate Fumasoni is only 15 minutes drive from the main airport of Rome “Leonardo da Vinci – Fiumicino”.
Moreover, in a few minutes by car (less than 30) from this villa for sale in Rome, you get to one of the most famous Roman coasts, Fregene, with its long sandy beaches where practitioners of kite surfing are always present. And with the same travel time are also reached two of the ancient volcanic lakes of Lazio, Bracciano and Martignano, relaxing destination alternative to the sea.
To reach the city of Rome from the real estate Fumasoni, well connected by car through the Via Aurelia, which provides access for example to the Basilica of San Pietro in 15 minutes, there is also a practical public transport: for example, a bus takes the kids to schools and then brings them back home and there are other lines that depart from Rome and arrive near the property for sale in Rome. There is also a project of the City of Rome, which involves the construction of a school in Castel di Guido, with the consequent strengthening of the bus lines.
Castel di Guido also boasts the presence of two riding, a seat of LIPU (Italian League for Bird Protection), a herd of donkeys, several farms with own production of local products, such as extra virgin olive oil, cow’s milk, donkey milk (only recently discovered to be the more digestible milk for humans, because of its similar composition to breast milk), buffalo mozzarella, wine produced from local grapes, beef, horse meat, berry jams, vegetables collected and sold directly from local farmers, and so on.