About the Property:
1 bedroom apartment in complex with swimming pool and area equipped with green condominium and parking area bordered by automated gate. Excellent solution both for residential use, given the proximity of the shopping centres and motorway junction of Villafranca Tirrena, both for holiday use or investment for holiday rental, given the famous seaside area with the presence of sandy beaches and restaurants
Close to Shopping
Close to the Beach
Close to Restaurants
About the Area:
Messina is the capital of the italian Metropolitan City of Messina. it is the third largest city on the island of Sicily, and the 13th largest city in italy, with a population of more than 231,000 inhabitants in the city proper and about 650,000 in the Metropolitan City. it is located near the northeast corner of Sicily, at the Strait of Messina, opposite Villa San Giovanni on the mainland, and has close ties with Reggio Calabria. According to Eurostat the FUA of the metropolitan area of Messina has, in 2014, 277,584 inhabitants.
The city’s main resources are its seaports (commercial and military shipyards), cruise tourism, commerce, and agriculture (wine production and cultivating lemons, oranges, mandarin oranges, and olives). The city has been a Roman Catholic Archdiocese and Archimandrite seat since 1548 and is home to a locally important international fair. The city has the University of Messina, founded in 1548 by ignatius of Loyola.
Messina has a light rail system, Tranvia di Messina, opened on 3 April 2003. This line is 7.7 kilometres (4.8 mi) and links the city’s central railway station with the city centre and harbour.
The city is home to a significant Greek-speaking minority, rooted in its history and officially recognised.
Civil and military architecture
The ‘Botanical Garden Pietro Castelli of the University of Messina.
The Palazzo Calapaj, an example of 18th-century Messinese architecture which survived until the 1908 earthquake.
The Forte del Santissimo Salvatore, a 16th-century fort in the Port of Messina.
The Forte Gonzaga, a 16th-century fort overlooking Messina.
The Porta Grazia, 17th-century gate of the “Real Cittadella di Messina”, by Domenico Biundo and Antonio Amato, a fortress still existing in the harbour.
The Pylon, built in 1957 together with a twin located across the Strait of Messina, to carry a 220 kV overhead power line bringing electric power to the island. At the time of their construction, the two electric pylons were the highest in the world. The power line has since been replaced by an underwater cable, but the pylon still stands as a freely accessible tourist attraction.
The San Ranieri lighthouse, built in 1555.
The Palace of Culture, built in 2009.
The Fountain of Orion, a monumental civic sculpture located next to the Cathedral, built in 1547 by Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli, student of Michelangelo, with a Neoplatonic-alchemical program. it was considered by art historian Bernard Berenson “the most beautiful fountain of the sixteenth century in Europe”.
The Fountain of Neptune, looking towards the harbour, built by Montorsoli in 1557.
The Senatory Fountain, built in 1619.
The Four Fountains, though only two elements of the four-cornered complex survive today.
Museo Regionale di Messina (MuMe) hosting notable paintings by Caravaggio, Antonello da Messina, Alonzo Rodriguez, Mattia Preti
The Galleria d’Arte Contemporanea di Messina, hostings paintings by Gio Pomodoro, Renato Guttuso, Lucio Fontana, Corrado Cagli, Giuseppe Migneco, Max Liebermann Sell Property in Italy Fast