we offer for sale historic building in the center of: Mosciano Sant'Angelo (TE) spread over two levels as follows: Ground floor: large entrance hall, living room, basement, bathroom, closet, warehouse, garden with basement, floor; living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, 4 bedrooms, terrace, excellent for B&B. to be restored, bonus possibility 110 Where Mosciano Sant'Angelosorge is located in a position overlooking the lower valley of the Tordino river, among extensive vineyards and olive groves about 24 km from Teramo. The town stretches out on the Teramo hills that slope down towards the coast; medieval towers and modern industries outline the silhouette between the Gran Sasso d'Italia and the Adriatic sea. Why visit: an ancient medieval village very close to the sea and located on a hill, from which you can enjoy a beautiful view. The historian Vincenzo Bindi tells us that "the Benedictine monks, attracted by the tranquility and amenities of the site, built the monastery of S. Angelo, with the adjoining church, around which houses and dwellings were built, surrounded by crenellated walls, which formed a small castle, with a wide and deep moat, a single access door and a drawbridge. In summer Mosciano is invaded by tourists who go in search of a mild evening climate and characteristic festivals that are repeated every weekend. What to see: Monastery of the Santi Sette Fratelli (IX ^ century. ) with the adjacent Sanctuary of S. Maria degli Angeli, surmounted by a fine wooden ceiling of the century. XVII ^ (the frescoes on the lunettes of the cloister and some seventeenth-century wooden statues such as those of S. Maria del Casale, Patroness of the Agro Moscianese and of S. Reparata); Church of the Addolorata (1828/41) with valuable stucco works by the sculptor Domenico Farnese from Ascoli and paintings by Berardino dei Conti Delfico and Gennaro della Monica; Towers of the ancient city walls and the remains of the turreted walls; S. Antonio Abate and a gothic sarcophagus by N. H. Bucciarello by Giacomo di Bartolomeo (1390) in the hamlet of Montone; What to eat: Teramo-style timbale, scrippelle mbusse, kebabs and all the specialties of Teramo cuisine. The cultivation of olives and vines is very developed.