One of those is a row of terraced houses near the Sarocco square end which maybe be over a hundred years old. It used to house nannies. Those days, the area was far from the then centre of the town and extensive fields could be found around (the last of those survived till the early 90s when the "Gualinos Pyrgos" building was built).
These terraced houses look like those found in british towns. They form a row of three identical middle sized townhouses with garden/parking at their entrance.
A well can be found next to the entrance of one them!
Some lemon trees decorate the "gardens" at the front of their entrances.
The back side of the buildings face the narrow and somewhat deprivated Linou Kogevina street. The first floor walls are vandalized with distasteful graffities made by some stupid P.A.O. fans, who probably don't respect the other people's property and ignore the local history.