In Navelli, a beautiful medieval village close to the Gran Sasso National Park, homeland of saffron and of the world's smallest chickpea (slow food presidium), we have a rustic stone house with an accessory and natural cave. Beautiful stone portals, stone and iron balconies, ancient wooden doors, barrel ceilings and brick floors are the setting for this house where time seems to have stood still many years ago when the gentle peasant with his donkey went to cultivate chickpeas, saffron and to graze the sheeps. The property is on three levels: on the ground floor there's a kitchen-living room with fireplace and a storage room which leads to a natural cave perfect for storing cheese, meat and wine; the first floor, also accessible from the outside, has two bedrooms with view and a bathroom; on the second floor there's an attic with exposed bricks and wood ceiling. In addition, an adjacent ruined unit to be restored. Navelli, born in medieval times from the union of six small villages in a single castle and today among the most beautiful villages in Italy, is located above the homonymous plain. A spectacular view welcomes the visitor through narrow and flowery streets, through access from one of the five medieval gates, with noble palaces, 13 churches and the Necropolis of the II-I century b.C.