Charming 2 Bedroom Lamia in Carovigno, Italy

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Carovigno, Brindisi, Apulia, Italy, Carovigno (Italy)

2 Bedrooms · 0 Bathrooms · 30Floor area

€46,900

House

Parking

2 Bedrooms

0 Bathrooms

30m²

Garden

Pool

Not furnished

Description

Welcome to this charming two-bedroom fixer-upper, located in the beautiful surroundings of Carovigno, Brindisi, Apulia, Italy. Originally constructed in around 1900, this character property features a classical lamia design.

This spacious dwelling boasts a large room with three distinct nooks; two of these are suitable for beds, and the third is perfect for a kitchen. The idea of transforming one of the nooks into a modern bathroom has also been contemplated. Additional features include a traditional pizza/bread oven and an open fireplace, which could easily be repurposed into a kitchen or an extra bedroom.

The house offers a lot of potential for renovations, including expanding the structure to incorporate additional bedrooms and bathrooms. The sizeable land plot offers up to 160 sq m of total building area. This allows for the construction of a separate building opposite the current one, creating the possibility of a grand terrace area complete with a sunshade pergola.

Features:
- Extensive land plot
- Large room with three niches
- Oven and open fireplace
- Potential for property extension

The location grants complete privacy due to a 100 m long driveway leading up to the house, thus masking it from the roadside view. This secluded spot promises peace and tranquillity, with no immediate neighbors.

Amenities:
- Driveway
- Privacy and seclusion
- Close proximity to supermarkets and stores

Carovigno, just 4 km away, is a historic small town perched atop a hill, offering an array of services, including shopping and dining. The stunning White City, Ostuni, with bustling bars, restaurants, and breathtaking views, is only a short 10 km drive from the property. The local area and its surrounding regions offer a host of recreational and cultural activities like marine natural reserves, castles, and archaeological sites.

The Apulia region presents a mild Mediterranean climate, with long hot summers and short, mild winters. Even in the so-called winter months, you can enjoy four hours of sunshine per day on average. The region possesses a unique charm that is amplified by its warm weather and friendly locals. This makes it an ideal location, especially for those looking for a holiday home-away-from-home or planning to settle in a tranquil location.

Investing in a property in Apulia is a sure bet, given the ongoing infrastructure upgrades such as improved motorways and enlarged airports, which are making the region more accessible. Despite its growing popularity, Apulia has managed to retain its historic charm and natural landscapes, promising a rich blend of past, present, and future.

This quaint fixer-upper nestled between San Vito dei Normanni and Carovigno offers an authentic Italian living experience. It's indeed an invitation to live amongst nature while enjoying the ease of city life. This property is listed at 46900€. Consider it an invitation to immerse yourself in Italian culture, tradition, and lifestyle. Uniquely positioned and brimming with potential, this could be the Italian dream home you've been waiting for. Welcome to your home among the Italian olive groves!

Details

Amount of bedrooms
2
Size
30
Price per m²
€1,563
Garden size
160
Has Garden
Yes
Has Parking
Yes
Has Basement
No
Condition
renovating
Amount of Bathrooms
0
Has swimming pool
Yes
Property type
House
Energy label

Unknown

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Nestled in the heart of a picturesque village, suspended at an altitude of 600 meters amid the impressive landscapes of Via Francigena and the thriving countryside of Pontremoli and Lunigiana, sits a captivating one-bedroom country house. This distinctive property boasts a rich aura of charm and allure, intriguing the senses and sparking the imagination with its mix of traditional architectural style and thoughtful modern renovation efforts. The quintessentially Tuscan house, spans approximately 50 square meters, each corner housing a touch of authentic Italian charisma. As you enter on the ground floor, you're welcomed by a warm and inviting living room, complete with a cozy fireplace and functional kitchenette - a perfect space to create culinary masterpieces or to simply unwind with a glass of local wine. A unique iron spiral staircase leads you to the first floor, offering the comforts of a spacious double bedroom, a practical bathroom, and a well-lit hallway. The crowning jewel of this quaint abode is, undoubtedly, the enchanting stone-paved terrace of approximately 60 square meters, flanked by a rustic pergola and traditional wood oven. Here, you can savor unparalleled views over the valley, bask in the Tuscan sun, and make unforgettable memories. The house brims with opportunities for prospective overseas owners seeking a tranquil retreat, casual weekend holiday home, or an investment property. And although a fixer-upper, the house only needs a touch of personal flair to transform it into a comfortable and elegant dwelling. The property is conveniently located around 100 meters away from the village car park – offering a peaceful yet practical solution to living in this rural Italian idyll. About Pontremoli: Pontremoli, a city crisscrossed by rivers caressing ancient bridges, paints an idealistic picture of Italian life. Notably, the imposing Piagnaro Castle towers the city, housing the fascinating museum of stone statues. This property is just a 15-minute journey from key landmarks, bustling squares, quirky shops, and rich cultural sites - providing a perfect balance between rustic countryside living and urban exploration. Reaching Pontremoli: Commutes and travel are made easy with the highway's exit being just 15 minutes from the property—allowing easy and swift access to some of Italy's prominent cities such as Parma (55 minutes), La Spezia and Massa (25 minutes), and Milan, Bologna, and Brescia (90 minutes). Ski enthusiasts will delight in the proximity of Zum Zeri (35 minutes away), or the alluring Cerreto Laghi (just an hour away). For those preferring air travel, the Parma G. Verdi airport is 55 minutes away, Pisa's Galileo Galilei airport is about 50-minute's journey and the Bergamo Orio al Serio airport a 2-hour drive away. In addition, the Pontremoli Train Station, rich in connections, is within a comfortable 15-minute reach from the property, offering quick access to the stunning seaside resorts. Experience Life in Lunigiana: Lunigiana, the northernmost part of Tuscany, is a region mired in mystery, enveloped by rolling hills, dense woods, chestnut oaks, vineyards, and olive groves overlooking the majestic Apuan Alps. Each village within this region boasts a rich historical lineage, with numerous monuments, castles, and relics to explore and appreciate. With abundant hiking trails, horse riding routes, and mountain biking tracks at your disposal, Lunigiana, home to the illustrious Via Francigena route connecting to ancient Rome, awaits to unfold a world of enriching experiences. Living in this house opens up a world of idyllic Italian countryside living, seasonal festivities, friendly natives and tranquil mornings coupled with stunning sunsets, an unhurried pace of life, and a wealth of historical and cultural treasures waiting to be discovered. Amenities: - Living room with fireplace - Kitchenette - Double bedroom - Bathroom - Outdoor stone paved terrace - Pergola - Wood oven Features: - Completely renovated - Stunning valley views - Located in the heart of a small, charming village - Abundance of local amenities and attractions - Strong historical and cultural proximity - Proximity to key cities and transport hubs - Easy access to multiple outdoor and indoor activities+ A property currently priced at a very reasonable €65,000, offering an alluring embrace of culture, tranquility, and natural beauty. Perfect for those seeking to immerse themselves in the Italian way of life or for those looking to invest in a property with boundless potential.

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Welcome to Isola del Liri, located in the charming province of Frosinone, in the heart of Italy's beautiful Lazio region. Presenting an impressive two-bedroom character house that promises an intrinsic Italian lifestyle filled with culture and tranquillity. This property is unique and charming, offering a main terrace house, a separate guest house located in the rear courtyard, and a thriving vineyard spread across 4000 m² of fertile land. The main house, characteristic of a traditional Italian farmhouse, is a haven of approximately 100 m². On the ground floor, an entrance hall leads to a cosy sitting room with a separate entrance and a well-equipped kitchen dining room. Notable features include a comforting fireplace and French doors that lead out to a private courtyard. Ascend to the upper floor and discover two generous bedrooms and a full bathroom. One of the bedrooms features a charming balcony, the perfect place to enjoy a morning coffee or an evening aperitif while overseeing your patch of the Italian countryside. Emerging as a potential for creative allocation, the secondary residence of approximately 85 m² is currently in use as a social and entertaining space. It boasts of a well-equipped bathroom. Residentially designated, there is a potential for remodelling this space into a guest house, a home office, or a recreational area. This property includes a ground floor room, a bathroom, a cellar and has small sheds utilised for storage purposes. Property features: - 2 bedrooms - 2 bathrooms - Size of 180 m² - Separate guest house - Vineyard - Private courtyard Much loved and cared for, the attached vineyard generates the charm of rural Italy right at your doorstep. Positioned along the main road, the vineyard presents an opportunity to create a separate entrance, providing an added layer of privacy. The location of this house is unrivalled, offering a countryside ambience while remaining in reach of essential amenities. Isola Del Liri is a thriving district, celebrated for its bustling restaurants, bars, fascinating shops and not to forget, the spectacular waterfall. Living in Isola del Liri, you can experience a combination of rural tranquillity and urban conveniences. The town is within easy reach of both Rome and Naples with their respective airports, making day trips into the city a simple pleasure. Drive east and find yourself surrounded by the mountains of the Abruzzo National Park which offers picturesque horse trekking, pristine mountain lakes and rivers for summer dipping. Winter activities are also a short drive away, with ski slopes within an hour's journey. A purchase in Isola del Liri will provide you with a taste of the 'real' Italy, far removed from the busy crowds of the larger cities, yet comfortably within reach. The climate is predominantly temperate, with warm, pleasant summers and cool, wet winters. In terms of the property's condition, it is in a good state, with an independent LPG heating system and timber-framed windows. The decor might be considered a bit outdated, calling for a touch of revitalising to restore its former glory, but the house is overall in a liveable condition. This unique and attractive complex offers significant potential for refurbishment and customisation to suit your personal tastes and needs. It can be a unique, contemporary country home with a guest annex, ready to welcome friends and family or even to operate as a bed-and-breakfast business. Overall, this property is an Italian treasure, waiting for the right owner to revive it and embrace the enchanting Italian lifestyle it offers.

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Step into a slice of the traditional Italian lifestyle with this fully furnished, air-conditioned mobile home located conveniently in the heart of Pisa, Tuscany. Settled amidst the scenic backdrop of Toscana Holiday Village and reflecting the harmonious blend of culture and architecture, this is an ideal residence for overseas buyers who wish to immerse themselves in a rich European culture. This residential haven includes two well-sized bedrooms and a satisfactory bathroom, perfectly fitted to accommodate your essential needs. With a modest size of 26 square meters, the property offers a unique blend of compact living and comfort. Priced at a reasonable £25,995, imbibing the spirit of Italian living has never been so accessible. Upon entering this humble abode, you will be greeted by a setting that is pleasingly furnished. The home sports both fixed and free-standing furniture, revealing a harmonious blend of space and style. The fitted kitchen is a true highlight – it accommodates ample storage, equipped with modern conveniences such as a fridge-freezer, oven, and hob. Living Features: • 2 Bedrooms • 1 Bathroom • Fully furnished • Air conditioning • Fixed and free-standing furniture • Fully equipped kitchen with fridge-freezer, oven, and hob The associated Annual Service fee takes care of essentials such as: • Use of the swimming pool • WiFi • Security • Lighting • Grounds maintenance • Refuse collection • Support with information on living and working in Italy Staying true to its Italian setting, this property offers a unique range of local amenities. The property is nestled just 15 minutes away from a picturesque warm lake, fringed with beachfront, a bar, and a restaurant. The local village that lies within walking distance, offers access to a plethora of bars, pizzerias, shops, and banks, giving residents the experience of a traditional lifestyle. Amenities close by: • Vibrant local village • Scenic warm lake • Restaurant and bar • Shopping facilities • San Miniato golf course • Children's play area • Mini market • Free WiFi access • Communal washing machines The charm of Pisa is encapsulated in its warmer Mediterranean climate, which is defined by mild winters and warm, sunny summers. This typically Italian weather invites an outdoor lifestyle filled with vibrant alfresco dining experiences and sun-soaked strolls around the winding streets of Pisa. Living in Pisa is to live amidst architecture steeped in rich history, iconic landmarks, and experiencing the joys of the traditional Italian lifestyle. Famous for its leaning tower, Pisa also boasts a hugely significant historical quarter with numerous churches, palaces, and bridges. This dwelling is more than just a mobile home but a chance to plunge into the deep, vibrant heart of Italy while enjoying modern comforts. Even more, those seeking tranquillity from the city's bustle will find solace in the small communities peppered around the region, with each offering a unique look into the local culture and lifestyle. So, if you are seeking a lifestyle brimming with cultural, historical, and sensory experiences, then this humble dwelling in Pisa could be the ideal choice for you.

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Welcome to a charming two-bedroom, two-bathroom house nestled in the small, idyllic hamlet of Casa Le Gotte, near the historical hilltop town of Monte San Giovanni Campano. This captivating home offers a blend of rural comfort and modern functionality, making it an appealing prospect for potential homeowners seeking both serenity and easy accessibility. The property's appeal extends past its 285 square meter walls to the surrounding expansive olive grove, offering a beautiful slice of the Italian countryside. To accompany this, a 100 square meter outbuilding, complete with catastral add-ons, provides extra space for various use. The living space is characterized by its beautiful spaciousness and functionality. The ground floor features a large entrance hall, leading to an open-plan living area and kitchen. The cosy fireplace is not just an aesthetic feature, but also a functional one capable of heating water for the radiators. On the first floor, you'll find two double bedrooms and another bathroom, complete with a bathtub/shower, which serves the sleeping area. Property features include: - Gated secure courtyard - Olive grove - Large entrance hall - Open plan living room and kitchen - Fireplace coupled with a functional hot water heater - Two double bedrooms - Bathroom with bathtub/shower In addition to the main house, there's an extra building offering a storeroom, cellar and woodshed. Its electric irrigation system is accompanied by a water tank and a small fenced garden, a feature that adds an extra layer of charm to the property. Monte San Giovanni Campano is a region filled with history and beauty. It offers a glimpse into traditional Italian culture but is also conveniently located just 90 minutes from Rome. With easy access to the mountains of the Abruzzo National Park and stunning beaches south of Rome, residents are sure to appreciate the diverse landscape and recreational options. The climate is temperate, with regular patterns of the four seasons, which allows residents to enjoy a range of activities throughout the year. Living in this area provides an authentic Italian experience, far removed from the bustling tourist hotspots. The nearby café, "I Marchesi," the supermarket and a variety of shops provide local amenities that add to the charm of the area. The community and the Ciociaria region, feature a rich cultural heritage preserving over 2000 years of history. With a blend of idyllic rural landscapes and intriguing hilltop towns, living in the Ciociaria region offers individuals the opportunity to immerse themselves in the nuances of the ‘real’ Italy. The sale of the house includes the outbuilding and olive grove, providing an enticing package for prospective buyers. Investing in this property offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the captivating landscapes and rich cultural backdrop that Monte San Giovanni Campano has to offer. Whether you are looking to escape the city's bustle or find a charming retreat within reach of historical and natural attractions, this house could be a perfect fit for you.

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For those seeking to dive into the spirit of regeneration and transformation, look no further than this three-bedroom, stone house nestled in the undulating hills of Arpino, Frosinone, Lazio, Italy. This charming abode hearkens to the architecturally-alluring days of yore, waiting patiently for hands of love to restore it to its former grandeur – an idyllic, fixer-upper opportunity. The house, referred to as 'Rudere della Valle', spans 200 square meters over three levels. Its graceful architectural layout, reminiscent of a small village, offers a legacy of craftsmanship. Exhibiting the sturdy mason skills of the past, the large, hand-cut stones form the building's weight-bearing walls and the grand entrance stone staircase. Any restorative work would proudly feature this aged stone, a testament to the building's hardy character and historic charm. Fronting the road, the ground and lower ground floors give the building a prominent and inviting face. The rear section introduces the first floor, once upon a time, the sleeping quarters. The thoughtfully designed windows on the valley-facing side gift breath-taking, panoramic views of the serene hills and untouched forest and olive groves spreading across 17,000 square meters of land. The local surroundings give way to picturesque attributes such as an "Aia." This big, stone-flagged circle, historically used for threshing wheat and processing other country products, adds subtle essences of rural appeal and communal tradition, hinting at a lively past. Living Area Features: - Three levels - Hand-cut stone walls and staircase - Valley-facing panoramic windows - Surrounding olive groves and forest Don't miss this unique opportunity to oversee your very own restoration project, tailoring it to your personal preferences. Further, by separate arrangements, adjacent properties can also be acquired to expand your dream homestead and experience an even more immersive slice of country life. Situated within the heartland of Italy, Arpino perches in the region known as Ciociaria – a fertile gem concealed between Rome and Naples. Your new residence situates you within reach of the chic shopping streets of Rome and the enchanting beaches south of Rome. Turn east, and the pristine mountain landscapes of the Abruzzo National Park beckon with horse trekking, mountain lakes, and winter skiing. Arpino is not just a place; it's an experience. With a history spanning over two thousand years, the tranquil pace of life here remains untouched by the hustle of major tourist cities. Living here is indeed a peaceful retreat, offering scenic beauty and a sense of belonging to a close-knit community. Local Amenities Include: - Charming medieval walled towns - Shops and services - Restaurants - 90-minute drive from Rome - Nearby mountain landscape of the Abruzzo National Park - Stunning beaches south of Roma The climate here follows the continental pattern of cold winter, with local snowfalls and a warm summer dotted with welcoming breezes. The moderate weather pattern here is suitable for a variety of recreational activities all year round. Whether you're considering a permanent residence or a restorative project, this property offers a window into the heart of an untouched Italy. Immerse yourself in architectural rebirth, connect with a rich history, and start a new adventure amidst the olive groves of Arpino. Please note: This property needs renovating work and does not currently have any bathrooms established. Price: €80,000.

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Welcome to beautiful Mineo, residing in the Catalina region of Sicily, Italy, where we have an enticing proposition for those considering a unique home within a historical Italian environment. Our property, nestled in the heart of this captivating city, promises endless potential for redevelopment and personal customization. We are pleased to offer a truly atmospheric four-bedroom house that holds not just a residence, but a piece of Italian history. This property, residing within a stately palazzo dating back millenia, is a distinctive find in a tranquil Sicilian hilltown. The house is an architectural marvel, built entirely from traditional local stone around 2000 years ago. A classic charm and sense of place radiates from its old construction, every stone tells of a time long past, and yet it's been restored to a livable condition. Currently organised on three levels which encompass ground, first, and second floors; each is conveniently interconnected with an internal staircase. The ground floor includes a bathroom equipped with a shower, a functional room, and a garage area. Climbing the marble stairs to the first floor, you will find two spacious bedrooms complemented by a bathroom. There are also two balconies and windows inviting in the natural light. The ceramic flooring adds a refined touch to this level. On the final floor, there is a kitchen, another bedroom, a bathroom, and access to a terrace. A captivating view overlooks the main church of Mineo from this elevated position. To better articulate the amenities: - Four spacious bedrooms - Four bathrooms - Fully equipped kitchen - A garage area - Two balconies - Rooftop terrace with startling architecture views Notable features of the property include: - Historic palace setting - Old stone construction - Internal marble staircases - Ceramic flooring - Terrific viewpoint overlooking the main church Life in Mineo bears its own unique charm. The town boasts architectural history dating back to 700 BC, featuring narrow, picturesque streets and breathtaking views over valleys and Mount Etna, Europe's most significant volcano. Not only does this charming town embody the captivating beauty of a Tuscan village, Mineo enjoys a convenient location between two major airports in Sicily - Catania Airport and Comiso Airport, both just a 35km journey away. Italy's climate guarantees four distinct seasons with typically hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Sicily, where Mineo is located, experiences high summer temperatures, while winters get quite cold and even snowy in the higher altitudes. Nevertheless, Spring and Fall seasons are delightful with moderate temperatures making it perfect for outdoor activities. The stone construction of the house ensures the temperature inside remains comfortable all through the year. Living here, the echoes of history will accompany your morning coffee and post dinner downtime, as you view the church bell tower from your terrace, further adding onto that old-world charm. Notably, Italy offers attractive tax credits for renovation works, which can cover up to 80-85% of the total cost, making any refurbishment plans much more feasible. Therefore, this unique property should not be seen as just mere shelter, but as an exciting journey of customizing your Italian home. This property's potential together with its affordable pricing and the resilience of Italian property market, most definitely make it worth considering, hence, so is the allure of Mineo's peaceful community life. Do note that the purchasing process will be simple and transparent, with only the property price, stamp duty, and notary fees applicable upfront. The home where Italian past meets your future is waiting for you in the charming landscapes of Sicily. Take this opportunity and step into a richly historical, engaging and culturally enlightening Italian lifestyle.

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Venture into the heart of Italy and discover this beautifully restored trullo, nestled in the idyllic landscape of Apulia, Brindisi in Carovigno. Exuding character and charm, this one-bedroom property is a hidden gem surrounded by 5000 sqm of bountiful land, ready to embrace you into the warm arms of the Italian culture and lifestyle. Key Features: - One beautifully restored bedroom trullo with lamia (traditional southern Italian structures) - An expansive 5000 sqm of land - Fully fenced and gated for your safety and privacy - Unique barrel-vaulted ceilings - Cosy open fireplace for those chilly winter evenings - An efficient alarm system - The potential for a pool installation - Possibility for further extension or a new build on the land - Located just 3 km from Carovigno offering all necessary amenities - Convenient 25 km distance from Brindisi airport Property Description: Immerse yourself in Italian history with this one-bedroom trullo that offers 40 sqm of delightful interiors. The living and dining room is illuminated by natural light pouring in through large glass doors on either side, complimented with a magnificent barrel-vaulted ceiling and open fireplace that adds warmth to the space. Step into the double bedroom, featuring a star-vaulted ceiling and glass doors that lead to the front terrace. The kitchen may be compact, but it comprises everything you need. Outside, an outdoor kitchen and pizza oven invite you to indulge in the pleasures of alfresco summer living. The appealing stone flooring extends outdoors, creating a harmonious transition between the interiors and exteriors. Relax under a vine-covered pergola, making a shady retreat for dining and lounging. The land boasts a rich variety of fruit and olive trees, enclosed with rustic dry stone walls. Solar panels provide hot water, an ideal sustainable solution. The property comes with an efficient alarm system and reliable internet. If you plan to expand, permissions can be sought for property extension or a new 50 sqm build along with a veranda. An in-ground swimming pool installation is also on the cards. Living in Carovigno and Apulia: Just 2 km away lies the charming town of Carovigno, home to a range of excellent local trattorias and Michelin star restaurants. Spend your evenings strolling through the beautiful piazza and historic centre, complete with a Norman castle, a delight for all history buffs! Only 7 km away is Ostuni, a bustling tourist town filled with lively bars and restaurants. A short 10-minute drive will take you to stunning beaches and picturesque coastal villages of Santa Sabina and Specchiolla, drenched in sun-soaked beauty. Spend your days basking by the seafront, dining at restaurants, and grooving at beach clubs. Only 30 km away is Brindisi airport, making your travel and commute hassle-free. One of the joys of residing in Italy, and particularly in Apulia, is immersing into the rich and multifaceted culture. There is the excitement of early morning markets, vibrant music festivals, religious carnivals, beach life, historical tours in the main towns, cooking classes, and language schools in Lecce. The region of Apulia is characterised by its warmth and friendliness, matched by a temperate climate throughout the year. In Winter (Nov-Feb), temperatures range from 10c to 25c, and in Summer (May-Jun & Sept), temperatures lie comfortably between 25c and 30c. On a sunny day in the Summer, you can experience highs of 40c – a sun lover’s paradise. The Mediterranean climate of Apulia means you'll experience hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Even in December to February, the average number of sun hours per day is four and 10-11 sun hours per day in June-August. The Adriatic Sea and the Ionian Sea surrounding the peninsula of Apulia make this location an ideal spot for engaging in a variety of water sports like sailing, yachting, water skiing, kite-surfing, swimming and much more. Apulia has recently gained popularity as a haven for potential property investors, owing to its affordable prices and significant growth in value due to increased infrastructure and accessibility. Enjoy the rich experience of living in Italy, with the warm embrace of the local community and all necessary amenities at your doorstep. This property awaits its new owners, promising to impart a truly unique and enriching lifestyle.

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Welcome to San Vito dei Normanni, a charismatic town nestled in Brindisi, Apulia, Italy. The town overflows with enthralling history, scenic landscapes, and invites you to immerse yourself in the delightful Italian lifestyle. A two-bedroom detached house, sitting on a generous land parcel, presents a unique real estate opportunity that's sure to pique the interest of foreign investors eyeing Italy. The potential of the property lies in its authentic, centuries-old stone buildings. With a pair of Trullo buildings and a Lamia, the property projects a rustic allure for any adventurous homeowner. There's great potential to expand the property up to 150 sqm, inviting exciting renovation opportunities. While the property currently lacks a bathroom, the infrastructure is ripe for a modern addition. An electrical connection point on the same road streamlines potential renovations and operations in the property. With a little creativity and work, this renovating property can be transformed into a fantastic residential dwelling or holiday rental property in the heart of Italy. The property boasts: - An area of 10060 sqm - Two bedrooms. - Zero bathrooms currently but space suitable for installation. - Easy accessibility from the main road. - Expandability of up to 150 sqm Notable features of the property include: - 67 Olive trees. - Fig and other fruit trees. - Potential for a swimming pool installation - as per building permit norms. - A potential artesian well for an unlimited water supply. San Vito dei Normanni is an ideal location for those seeking tranquility outside of Italy's bustling city centers. It is a town rich with historical and cultural charm, marked by its authentic Italian lifestyle. Locals can be seen congregating over a cup of coffee or newspaper at local cafes, adding a unique vibrancy to everyday life. When you're not enjoying the comfort and potential of your new Italian home, take a leisurely dip in the Adriatic Sea, which is only a 15 to 20-minute car ride away. The property is also close to the beautiful nature reserve, Torre Guaceto. Apulia's climate offers warm weather all year round. With an average of four sun hours per day from December to February and 10-11 sun hours per day from June to August, you can soak up the sun for an extended season. Outdoor spaces will become an extension of your home - think spacious terraces, pergolas, and functional outdoor cooking areas. The water temperature is warm for an extended period of the year, all the more reason to enjoy time at the beach. Living in Apulia provides many opportunities for a wholesome lifestyle, from its timeless architecture to its natural landscapes. Enjoy nature walks, cycle trekking, and snorkeling trips right in your backyard. San Vito dei Normanni is also conveniently located near educational, healthcare, and recreational amenities. This fixer-upper property presents a unique opportunity to experience authentic Italian living. Whether you're looking for a home away from home or a new permanent residence, this two-bedroom property in San Vito dei Normanni welcomes you with open arms. Your vision, coupled with robust renovation plans, could transform this property into the Italian dream home you've always desired.

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This villa, nestled into the heart of Carovigno, Italy, offers the epitome of living luxury, just 10 meters from the sea. This magnificent villa, renovated and modernized from top to bottom in 2021-2022, is a gem of architectural artistry and modern luxuries. The villa is positioned between the stunning Torre Guaceto Natural Reserve and the popular seaside town of Spechiolla, providing a balance of serene natural surroundings and lively town enjoyment. Its secluded atmosphere, private garden, and nearby small sandy beach add to its exclusive allure. The villa itself boasts four ensuite bedrooms, each complete with air conditioning and king-size beds for optimal comfort. The property's unique features include: - A 37 sqm veranda and 1750 sqm enclosed garden - Luxurious renovation in 2021-2022 - Four ensuite bedrooms, fully furnished - Veranda and rooftop terrace - Private enclosed garden with pool and gazebo - High-tech installations - Short distance to the local seaside village - Mains electricity - 4 A/C units - Solar panels for hot water and electricity generation - Alarm and video security system Carovigno is a charming city with a rich history. The local area is a delightful blend of beautiful nature reserves and dynamic seaside towns like Spechiolla. With a vast array of restaurants and bars, residents can enjoy both the Venice of the south and Torre Santa Sabina's good restaurants by the bay. Moreover, the local supermarkets are just a 13-minute drive from the villa, making lifestyle conveniences easily accessible. With Brindisi and Bari airports only 20 and 70 minutes away respectively, international travel is hassle-free. The villa's proximity to a multitude of historical towns and renowned landmarks, such as the mile-long amazing caves of Castellana or the Trulli houses of Alberobello, make it an excellent choice for history and culture enthusiasts. The villa’s unique location offers a gentle Mediterranean climate, with long, sunny summers and mild, wet winters. This type of climate is conducive to a wide variety of outdoor activities, including water sports, hiking, and golf. Living in a villa in Carovigno offers a unique lifestyle. It is a life filled with serenity and splendor. The property's large, private enclosed garden offers the perfect space for outdoor dining and lounging. The villa's well-appointed spaces guarantee a comfortable, luxurious lifestyle, allowing for ample room for family and guests, ensuring privacy and comfort. This property is more than just a living space; it is a lifestyle choice. It represents an opportunity to align yourself with the calm serenity of private living while having access to vibrant social and cultural experiences. This villa offers an elegant blend of luxury living within a captivating cultural context, all set within an idyllic environment. For overseas buyers, this property is an excellent investment opportunity due to substantial growth in demand for holiday lettings; as per current rates, the talent rent during high seasons exceeds €6000. Further increasing its appeal is the significant potential for value growth, thanks to Apulia’s status as an increasingly popular tourist destination. In short, this exquisite villa offers a golden opportunity to immerse oneself in Italian luxury and culture while maintaining global connectivity. Don't miss the chance to own a piece of tranquility in vibrant Carovigno. This villa is more than an investment; it's a dream come true. Capture the essence of Italian living and make it your own. Imagine a life here. A morning leisurely spent on your veranda, sipping coffee, the tranquil sea just steps away. Realize your dream of perfect Italian living with this once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunity. Discover, explore, and fall in love with Carovigno with this stunning villa as your foundation. Don't just visit Italy; live Italy. **NOTE: This property is priced to sell quickly at a very competitive price. In case of interest, we recommend swift action.

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Introducing a beautiful country house in picturesque Ostuni, Brindisi, in the Apulia region of Italy. Nestled in the lap of nature, this two-bedroom villa is truly a slice of heaven, just 1.5 km away from the bustling town of Ostuni and a short drive from the sparkling coast. The property enjoys an excellent location, allowing you to reach the towns of Ostuni and Carovigno in a brisk ten-minute drive. Even more convenient is the proximity to the Brindisi airport, which is just 25 minutes away, and Bari airport, reachable in an hour. No matter where you may need to travel, this house assures swift accessibility and connectivity. The villa is ensconced within a generous, fenced plot measuring 4,000 square meters, lush with olive and fruit trees. It’s a private haven, where one can slow down, admire the beauty of nature, and bask in the tranquility. Amenities include: - Swimming Pool - Sunbathing Area - Outdoor Stone Shower - Barbecue - Pergola with Outdoor Dining Sprucing up the rear side of the villa is a secluded pool area, enveloped by pure, untouched nature. Here, a beautiful sunbathing area invites you to soak up the Italian sun and an outdoor stone shower adds a touch of luxury. On the other side of the villa, you’ll find a practical barbecue and a delightful pergola under which a table has been set, creating the perfect setting for those delightful summer dinners under the stars. Inside, this cozy farmhouse boasts a linear layout, offering two symmetrical bedrooms — each with a private bathroom and separate entrance. In between the two bedrooms is a tastefully designed kitchen/dining area that perfectly separates the two living spaces. The property is tastefully furnished, striking a delicate balance between simplicity and functionality. Living in Ostuni, often called ‘The White City’ due to its beautiful white houses which sparkle under the Italian sun, is an experience as charming as the city itself. The historic town offers amazing views of the surrounding countryside and Adriatic Sea. The local trattorias serve some of the best traditional Puglian fare. Moreover, Ostuni is famous for its olive oil and wine, with plenty of vineyards and olive groves dotting the local countryside. In terms of climate, Apulia enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. This essentially means residing in a part of the world where the sun always shines bright, making Apulia the ideal location for those seeking “la dolce vita.” Living in a house like this one in Ostuni connects you with nature and enables you to live the authentic Italian experience. The beauty of the surroundings, the convenience of accessibility, the peace, and quiet all come together to offer a unique way of life that you won’t find elsewhere. Essentially, buying this house is not just a property purchase. It's buying into a lifestyle, and what a beautiful lifestyle it is! This property, in good condition, is available for $425,000. Here, you can experience Italy at its best, without having to venture far from the comforts of home.

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Welcome to the enchanting world of Italy's Apulia region where a stunning 19th-century farmhouse, "Lamia" is up for sale. This delightful farmhouse is located on the outskirts of Ostuni, better known as the 'white town', owing to the quaint white-washed houses in its old town region. The farmhouse itself is set in an elevated position, awarded with exceptional views of the magnificent landscapes of Ostuni and the surrounding countryside. Despite the property's tranquil rural location, it is but a short 2 km drive away from the bustling city of Ostuni, making this the perfect blend of countryside charm and city conveniences. PROPERTY FEATURES: - Nineteenth-century Lamia style farmhouse - Beautiful elevated location just 2 km from Ostuni - Project approved to extend with room to add another bedroom and bathroom - 4000 sq m of terraced land suited for gardening and farming - Almond trees and a variety of fruit trees on the land - Vaulted ceilings that add character to the farmhouse - The potential for an in-ground swimming pool Currently, this traditional farmhouse consists of two spacious bedrooms and two well-appointed bathrooms, along with an open-plan lounge and kitchen. Plans have been approved to add another bedroom and bathroom, should you wish to utilize more space for your comfort. Living in this farmhouse is like stepping back in time while still possessing the advantage of being just 2 km from Ostuni, a popular tourist destination. Brimming with restaurants, bars, and attractions, there's always something happening in this lively “città bianca.” Not to forget, from your farmhouse, the pristine beaches of Villa Nova, Dina Marina and Torre Santa Sabina, are but a mere 15 minutes drive away. Let's not leave the food loving enthusiasts behind, another neighbouring town to consider is Carovigno. A mere 10 km away, Carovigno offers an array of restaurants, from quaint local trattorie to Michelin star holdings, offering a true taste of Italian cuisine. AMENITIES: - Sea: 10 km away - Brindisi airport: 35 km away - Local Restaurants, Bars: 2 km away - Grocery Stores: 2 km away - Pharmacy: 2 km away - Hospital: 20 km away As you’ll find, Apulia is ideally positioned for you to explore the many wonders of Italy. One can embark on day trips to explore the archaeological excavations at Egnatia and the Trullo houses of Alberobello, or simply head out to enjoy the stunning beaches of the Adriatic sea. For those who enjoy a slower pace, there's nothing quite like a walk through the petite town of Cisternino, or a day out discovering beautiful ceramics and stone carvings in Grottaglie. And for lovers of wildlife, the nature reserve Torre Guaceto offers spectacular landscapes with the advantage of unspoiled beaches and car-free zones. The climate in Apulia is more Mediterranean, with warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The region enjoys an average of 4 to 10 hours of sunshine a day even during the winter months of December to February, extending to a broad 10-11 hours a day during June to August. This makes the region a year-round destination that opens up the possibilities for various activities. In essence, this farmhouse is a peaceful sanctuary waiting for you to add your personal touch to it. Its charm lies in the opportunity it offers for renovation or transformation, making it an ideal fit for those who love the prospect of a heart-warming fixer-upper project. So if you're craving a slice of the idyllic rural life in Italy, this is the perfect opportunity for you. After all, there's nothing quite like the experience of living in a farmhouse with the sounds of nature as the perfect background score to an evening spent under the stars amidst the trees bearing almonds and other fruits on your land. This could just be the perfect canvas for you to craft your dream Italian residence.

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Welcome to this charming three-bedroom villa nestled in the heart of picturesque Apulia, Brindisi, Ostuni, Italy. This enticing property, showcasing an aesthetically pleasing blend of traditional and modern elements, creates an irresistible setting for you to call home. Nestled within 3300 sqm of mature gardens, this villa is perfect for those seeking peace and tranquillity, yet within a stone's throw from all urban amenities. The 150 sqm villa features three well-sized bedrooms, a spacious living room, a dedicated kitchen space, two modern bathrooms, and a roomy basement perfect for storage or conversion into additional living space. Key features include: - Ready-to-move-in three-bedroom villa - Sizable 3300 sqm mature garden - Ample 70 sqm basement - Roof terrace offering splendid views - Welcoming veranda overlooking the serene garden - Potential for annex conversion in a standalone Trullo on the property - Proximity to Ostuni, the Adriatic Sea, and Brindisi airport Though built in 2001, a notable renovation in 2015 has provided the villa with modern upgrades without compromising its original charm. Open the gates to a spacious parking area, where a centuries-old olive tree greets you into the house off a delightful veranda. Imagine curling up near the fireplace in the 30 sqm living room or retiring for the evening in one of the air-conditioned bedrooms. The separate kitchen gives you an inviting space to cook up a feast for your family or guests. A trip down the internal staircase leads to the 70 sqm basement, housing a large storage area and the second bathroom. The surrounding garden is a horticulturist's dream, filled with flourishing fruit trees, ensuring your kitchen is always supplied with home-grown produce. History buffs will enjoy the one-cone Saracen 'Trullo' which, after renovation, can serve as a self-contained annex. This property also comes with a potential to fit in a swimming pool, subject to obtaining the necessary permits. Living here provides the unique experience of being part of a vibrant community steeped in historical richness, cultural diversity and a relaxed quality of life. The villa's strategic location is ideal for those seeking adventure or tranquillity. You can relax on the golden sandy beaches of the Adriatic Sea, dine in fine restaurants and cafes, or visit the unspoiled TORRE GUACETO nature reserve, all within a 20-minute drive. Ostuni, the exquisite 'white city', offers marvellous sea views and rich historical heritage, while the coastal resorts of Villanova and Dina Marina provide great places for dining and beach activities. Further afield, explore Lecce, the 'Florence of the South', renowned for its grandeur and architectural richness. This elegantly quiet part of Italy enriches your life with its mild climate, quaint cobbled streets, tranquil squares, and idyllic surroundings. The weather in Apulia is notably warm, making it the perfect forever home or a holiday home for those seeking to escape colder climes. Purchasing this villa is not simply investing in a property; it's investing in a lifestyle. The Italian lifestyle promotes socialization, enjoyment, and the fine pleasures of life, and this villa beautifully encapsulates all these elements. Moreover, with the rapidly improving infrastructure and the area's increased popularity among international buyers, the property is poised for value appreciation. Secure your dream of an Italian lifestyle within Italy's hidden treasure, Apulia. This villa allows you to bask in the unique Italian culture and the myriad of opportunities Apulia has to offer, be it historical, cultural, or natural riches. Embrace this rare opportunity to own a piece of tranquil paradise, encapsulating the very best of Italy — an irresistible proposition indeed for overseas buyers. Please note, this villa is considered a fixer-upper (renovating), holding potential for modifications based on buyer's preferences. Investing in this gem affords you a coveted slice of Italian life; comfortable, peaceful yet exhilarating — an opportunity not to be missed!

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Situated in the heart of Ostuni, a enchanting town in the stunning Apulia region of Italy, stands a spacious and modern three-bedroom villa offering prospective overseas buyers a slice of la dolce vita. This delightful property not only exhibits the charm of traditional Italian architecture but it also comes with ample outdoor space, excellent connectivity and tantalizingly close proximity to some of Italy's gorgeous beaches. With a generous floor area of 172 sq m, this detached villa is ready for immediate occupancy. Nestled against the backdrop of a serene, quiet lane, this property stands at an elevated position, offering panoramic views of the captivating sunsets set against verdant landscapes. Meticulously maintained, the house connects effortlessly to the main road, ensuring that you are never more than 10 minutes away from the picturesque towns of Ostuni and Cisternino, two of the gems of Apulia region. The villa has been cleverly divided into two apartments, allowing new owners the flexibility of accommodating visiting family and friends or maximizing rental income. Property Features: - Three spacious bedrooms - Three well-equipped bathrooms - Two independent entrances - A capacious open plan kitchen and living area - A covered veranda with large windows - A well-kept garden that spans 2,800 sq m on terraced levels - A gorgeous swimming pool - A large roof terrace with solar panels The local area is brimming with life and character. From delicious dining options to incredible natural and historic sites, living in Ostuni gives residents the quintessential Italian experience. Delicious local foods, lively markets, charming lanes, and music-filled festivals are part of everyday life in this vibrant area. Apulia is renowned for its stunning coastline, and from the villa, the beaches of the Adriatic Sea can be easily reached in approximately 20 minutes. The local climate, with its long sunny days and soft, temperate evenings, further enhances the allure. Expect comfortable winters and sun-filled summers — a soothing pattern that lets you enjoy the outdoors all year round. Nearby, you'll have access to the charming seaside villages of Villanova and Torre Santa Sabina, home to numerous beachside restaurants and cafes. A short drive further, the beautiful nature reserve, Torre Guaceto, invites sun seekers and nature lovers alike to unspoiled beaches, with options for nature walks, cycle trekking, and snorkelling excursions. Ostuni, often referred to as the "white city," and Cisternino are a stone's throw away. Explore to your heart's content, the mile-long caves of Castellana, the archaeological wonders of the Roman Egnatia by the Adriatic Sea, or the threshold of the Trulli houses of Alberobello, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Accessibility is a breeze as two international airports, Bari and Brindisi, served by multiple airlines including Ryanair, Easyjet, and BA, are conveniently located within a comfortable driving distance from the property. True to its Italian nature, Apulia region offers a robust palette of experiences. Be it's early morning markets, historical tours, beach-life, cooking classes, dining, or socializing, Italy is a country that lives outdoors. And here, you can make the best of Italy's dynamic lifestyle. Climate: The overall climate is Mediterranean along the Apulia coast, hot and dry in summers yet mild and occasionally rainy in winter. March to May and September to November offer pleasant weather, while summers can peak up to 40°C. Outdoor Living: With an average of well over 3000 hours of sunshine annually and temperatures rarely dipping below 15°C even in winter months, here you can enjoy a long season of nice weather. Make the best of this sunshine and spend time on your terrace space, dine out in pergolas or prepare a meal at an outdoor cooking facility. The region's heartwarming climate allows you to immerse yourself into the Italian way of life. Sea Life: Water sports dominate the region and whether it's sailing, yachting, water skiing, kite-surfing, swimming or just lazing around the beach, you have all the options. During the warmer months, you can enjoy water temperatures up to 27 degrees. Why Buy in Apulia: Investing in Apulia makes sense not just for the stunning landscape and rich culture but also from a purely financial perspective. As an still under-explored region, property prices remain affordable yet promise great returns due to growing demand. While property makes for a great investment, it's the opportunity to weave a personal connection with this remarkable region that makes this truly invaluable. Allow yourself the pleasure of owning a piece of this vibrant, warm, and welcoming part of the world, it is an experience promised to enrich your life.

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Nestled in the heart of Puglia, in Italy's beautiful Apulia region, a treasure is waiting to be discovered in the charming town of Ceglie Messapica in Brindisi. This delightful 1-bedroom cottage (locally known as a trullo) is a rustic gem and holds the potential to unlock the lifestyle of your dreams, whether seeking a peaceful permanent residence, a holiday home or a smart investment. The trullo is set on an expansive plot of 6300 square meters, a piece of Italian paradise enveloping the modest but splendid 36 square meter interior of the home. The one-bedroom cottage boasts a bathroom, a kitchen, and an inviting living room. The interior, although not grandiose in size, holds the charm of authenticity and creates a cozy and comfortable living environment. The unique features of this property include: - 1 bedroom - 1 bathroom - A kitchen - A living room - An air conditioning unit, ensuring comfort in the hot Italian summers - A traditional pizza oven, perfect for homemade pizza nights - A cistern for water supply Let’s not forget the local attractions that add to the charm of this beloved region. Located in close proximity to Pineta Ulmo forest, a picturesque setting is provided for lovely picnics surrounded by the serene beauty of nature. Additionally, the nearby Acquedotto Pugliese path beckons fitness enthusiasts and cyclists alike, offering a scenic route to enjoy the local landscape. If you're an overseas buyer, envision the experience of living in this area; the mild Mediterranean climate, the warm and welcoming locals, and the undeniably enchanting Italian culture. restaurants, cafes, and shops are just a stone's throw away providing convenience and a slice of the Italian lifestyle. The stunning beaches of the Adriatic and Ionian Seas are also just a short drive away. The region sees annual summer highs of around 30°C (86°F), perfect for sun-lovers, while the winter months offer a mild and comfortable climate with averages around 8-14°C (46-57°F). Ceglie Messapica, known for its historical sites and time-honored traditions, is a jewel in the crown of Puglia. Living here, you will have the opportunity to enjoy delicious local cuisine, immerse yourself in local festivals, and explore numerous historical sites that capture the essence of Italian heritage like no other. While in good condition, the cottage offers a chance to put your own stamp on it. A fixer-upper in the best of ways, this property holds endless potential. It's an opportunity to transform the already captivating trullo into an even more delightful space that speaks your language of style and comfort. On the market for €110,000, this charming piece of Puglia's rich heritage is available exclusively to you. The blend of serene retreat potential and an investment in a thriving rental market makes this property a standout. It embodies simply and authentically, the architectural beauty that Puglia has to offer and its natural allure. So, whether you entertain dreams of a private haven away from the hustle and bustle of city life, an investment property that sparks your entrepreneurial spirit, or the perfect blend of both, this breathtaking trullo eagerly awaits its rightful owner. Add your unique touch to unveil its full potential and be the fortunate owner of this charming Italian heritage.

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A captivating 3-bedroom villa in Fasano, Apulia, Italy offers an enticing opportunity for overseas buyers seeking a lovely home set in an attractive location. If you are a buyer who harbors a sense of adventure and discovery, along with a desire to own a piece of Italy's picturesque appeal, this property could be just the right one for you. The villa is stationed extremely close to the Adriatic Sea, in a quiet residential area that commands extraordinary valley views. Nestled in Canale di Pirro Valley, this land is burgeoning with lush vineyards and orchards spanning across 13 kilometers, a truly breathtaking spectacle to observe. Here's what you get with this property: - Three large double bedrooms. - A single modern family bathroom. - A bright, fully equipped kitchen with unique views. - A Large veranda for outdoor relaxation. - A gated entry for heightened security. - The Villa covers an area of 180 square meters. Amenities & Features: - A Stunning swimming pool measuring 12 m x 5 m with steps for easy access. - A sprawling garden boasting fruit and decorative olive trees spread across 2700 sqm. - Private septic tank. - A Fireplace in the kitchen. - Three water cisterns for a steady water supply. - A secured parking space. Living in the local area presents a unique blend of tranquility and accessibility. You will find grocery stores, a host of excellent restaurants, and the small town center of Selva di Fasano, a charming locale, all within quick reach. Fasano, with a population of around 40,000 offers a comprehensive range of services, i.e., shopping, banks, pharmacies, and more. For a relaxing day at the beach, Savelletri is just a 13-20 minute drive downhill. Fasano is also within reasonable proximity to various places of interest such as Castellana, Egnatia, Alberobello, Ostuni, Oria, Martina Franca, Cisternino, Polignano a Mare, and Lecce. Remember, your location is ideally centralized between two major international airports: Bari and Brindisi. This makes your travel to and from Italy as seamless as possible. Bari and Brindisi are roughly 55/45 minutes away, and both are equipped with ferry services to Greece, Albania, and Croatia. Living in a villa is an experience in itself - the privacy, the space to move around, the opulence, and the ability to shape and mold the property to your liking is incomparable. And this villa offers all of that and more. Being in good condition means that you get a move-in ready home that you can gradually personalize at your leisure. If we talk climate, Southern Italy is known for its warmer weather compared to the North. With 4-11 hours of sunshine from December to August and an average water temperature ranging from 19 degrees in May to 27 degrees in August/September, you are bound to enjoy the outdoors as much as the indoors. The local area also offers numerous activities for sports enthusiasts, from yachting to swimming, golfing to tennis, horse riding to hiking and bicycle tours. This ensures the place is brimming with life and agility and you never tend to fall short of activities. Apulia is indeed a hidden treasure of Italy now rapidly coming to light due to its vibrant culture, undulating landscapes, and modest property prices. When you buy in Apulia, you are not just purchasing a property, but you are investing in a lifestyle that is unmatched in its appeal and tranquility. With limited properties and rising demand, now is an opportune time to seize your piece of paradise.

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Welcome to an exclusive preview of the Villa Christina, an enchanting stone house nestled in the serene residential area of Selva Di Fasano, Brindisi, Apulia, Italy. This classical Italian villa offers the tranquillity of country living paired with the vibrancy of Fasano's hills and seaside enchantments, offering the best of both worlds to its esteemed residents. Situated just a few kilometres from the scenic coastline, Villa Christina is a vibrant, enchanted location that balances the warmth of a country home with the comfort of living in one of Puglia's most sought-after residential areas. From this location, the most gorgeous panoramic zones, the region's characteristic Puglia towns and the renowned ZooSafari are all within a short drive's reach. However, if you fancy a closer touch of local life, the charming village of Selva di Fasano is merely a short walk away, giving you effortless access to restaurants, cafes, bars, chemists, and bustling food markets to keep your pantry fresh and local. The town of Fasano, a stone's throw away, hosts a vibrant weekly market every Wednesday, allowing the fresh produce and local wares to make their way to your kitchen. Stepping into the property, Villa Christina's elegance and charm are captivating, its solid stone build harbouring a treasure trove of rooms that embody a fluid balance between classic grandeur and contemporary design. The living spaces are generously proportioned, boasting a spacious lounge, three well-sized bedrooms and two exquisite bathrooms – including a Jacuzzi in the main, adding a touch of luxury to your daily routine. Other key features of the property include: - 4 Bedrooms: All beautifully decorated in neutral tones, including a magnificent king-size master bedroom with a full ensuite. - 3 Bathrooms: Contemporary, clean aesthetics with one featuring a luxurious Jacuzzi. - 200 m² Size: Providing ample space for comfortable family living and entertaining guests. - Vama Italian designer kitchen: Exquisitely appointed for preparing culinary delights. - Internal fireplace: A cozy spot flanked by bookshelves in the large living room, perfect for those cooler Italian evenings. - Outdoor dining area: Conveniently located by the kitchen and enclosed in mosquito nets with voile curtains for comfortable dining outdoors. - Self-contained apartment: A versatile space with its own entrance, equipped with a large bedroom, shower room, kitchen, and lounge. Residents of Fasano enjoy a Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters making it a desirable location year-round. The summer months come alive with musical and dance events hosted in the main area of Viale Toledo, where residents can enjoy alfresco dining and drinks while soaking up the local entertainment. The property retains an authentic touch of the Italian countryside with its pathways meandering through meticulously landscaped gardens adorned with lush fruit trees. At the heart of these lies a stunning swimming pool, wrapping the entire scene with calm and peaceful ambience. It is a tranquil spot to read, relax or simply fall in love with the Puglian landscape. Life at Villa Christina offers the best of both worlds – you experience a sense of belonging in a thriving community while enjoying the calm of the countryside. As an overseas buyer, this property is a ticket to an Italian lifestyle that many dream about but only a few can experience. So if you're seeking a life elevated by style, comfort, and community engagement, Villa Christina offers an investment opportunity too good to bypass. It truly is a place where everyday comfort, coastal charm, and vibrant Italian culture meet. There's a world waiting to be discovered at Villa Christina – a place that demands to be loved, lived in, and appreciated for its unique offers and captivating charm. After all, this isn't just a property; it's a lifestyle waiting to be embraced. Start your next chapter in this extraordinary villa where you'll never feel isolated, yet thrive in the peace that seems worlds away from the pressures of modern life.

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Situated in the heart of pastoral Italy, you'll find a hidden gem waiting to be polished in the seaside area of Monopoli, Bari, Apulia. This one-bedroom, one-bathroom abode with its rustic charm and enchanting landscapes, is ideally suited for an overseas buyer with a keen eye for restoration and creating personal spaces. Known as Trulli, these ancient dwellings stand the test of time, boasting a tradition dating back to the bronze age. Their timeless aesthetic and durable construction exhibiting a unique blend of simplicity and ingenuity that is deeply satisfying to the keen observer. This particular Trulli, standing amidst a sea of magnificent olive trees, is a testament to that tradition – offering a beautiful canvas for reinvention. Unlike a modern home, living in a Trulli is a unique experience that moves beyond the ordinary. The conical structure of the home, coupled with its stone construction, provides natural insulation from Italy’s Mediterranean extremes, keeping the interiors cool during the hot summers, and retaining warmth during the cold winters. Indeed, the location of this property introduces you to a more harmonious way of life. Monopoli is a charming and lively town that blends captivating history with the subtle allure of the Mediterranean Sea. As a resident, you will have access to local markets offering fresh produce, traditionally made cheese and bread; not to mention the fine wines from nearby vineyards. Fishing, boating, and swimming are popular activities within Capitolo beach area, just a stone's throw away from your front door. Or perhaps you may experience leisurely walks through the town, quaint outdoor cafes, and a booming art scene that is sure to inspire. The climate perfectly complements the locale, presenting sultry summers, mild winters, and a pleasant transitional season in spring and fall. This renovating condition house sits on 2 hectares of land (20,000 m2), offering a unique possibility of building a separate 150 m2 villa right next to the Trulli. The original layout is well-suited for comfortable living, currently consisting of three rooms and the potential to add an additional bathroom and bedroom. Unlike most houses in town, this property features an artesian well, offering a ready supply of clean water for multiple domestic uses. A 10X4 domestic pool could be an excellent addition to the vicinity, providing a refreshing retreat during Italian summers. The structure holds the potential to transform into a romantic holiday home, perfect for seasonal renting or a serene retreat for the discerning homeowner. Features: - Unique Trulli structure - Land span of 2 hectares (20,000 m2) - Potential for building an additional villa - Artesian well present - Potential for adding a 10X4 pool - Proximity to beach - Investment opportunity for restoration Amenities: - Close to the sea - Proximity to local markets - Access to fresh produce, bread, and locally made cheese - Vibrant local arts scene - Traditional Italian restaurants and cafes - A short walk to the beach In conclusion, the unique charm of this home, coupled with the rich cultural offerings of the surrounding locale, paints a picture of a lifestyle that holds a rare and appealing allure. With some renovation and a touch of creativity, the future homeowner will be investing in a unique piece of history and an experience that is truly Italian. This house is an endearing challenge to those ready to embrace the vision of restoring and enhancing it, nurturing this diamond in the rough into a gem of the Mediterranean.

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Introducing a charming 1-bedroom stone house, situated in the delightful seaside locale of Monopoli, Bari, in the heart of the enchanting Apulian countryside, Italy. This countryside abode is set in an expansive area of approximately 11,000 m2 encompassed by centuries-old olive groves. A truly tranquil retreat, the property offers a unique blend of privacy and accessibility. Despite requiring comprehensive renovation, the property comes alive as an enticing project for those with a penchant for restoration. The necessary improvements are decidedly more affordable than you would expect with comparable properties, making it an excellent investment opportunity. The house itself comprises of four distinctive volumes, with beautiful stone barrel vaults, that give it an authentic Italian charm. It's ready to be transformed into a comfortable and charming home, ready to echo with laughter, filled with memories, and brimming with life once again. This quaint home provides an unimpeded, breathtaking view of the nearby sea. A stunning panorama to wake up to every morning, and a tranquil scene to wind down with each evening. With the potential for conversion into a cozy holiday home, it's also a lucrative opportunity for the lucrative short-term rental tourist market. Monopoli is best known for its authenticity. Here, the sea and the land live in an intimate embrace, resulting in a rich, flavorful cuisine that prides itself on its fresh seafood and farm-to-table produce. The charm of the old town, with its winding lanes and vibrant piazzas, adds to the allure. This is a place where tradition is alive and well, where neighbors greet each other in the street, where every meal is a celebration of life. Living in Apulia means embracing al fresco dining under the starry skies, lapping up the warm coastal breezes and indulging in long leisurely luncheons under vine-laden pergolas. It means basking in over 300 sunny days annually, and enjoying mild, wet winters. Its temperate Mediterranean climate boasts hot, dry summers which are cooled by gentle sea breezes, providing the ideal climate to grow the region's famed olives, almonds, and grapes. Amenities: - 1 Bedroom - 1 Bathroom - Sprawling 11,000 m2 of olive grove - Sea view Property Features: - Traditional Stone House - Four volumes for versatile design - Stone barrel vaults - Renovation opportunity - Investment potential Living in a house like this, secluded within an olive grove, and yet within driving distance to the hustle and bustle of the local town, offers the perfect balance of solitude and sociability. Having an entire house to oneself can mean having the freedom to express oneself, designing each room to reflect individual styles and needs, experiencing the joy of hosting gatherings and get-togethers, things city apartment living often cannot afford. Monopoli is a place where history, traditions, and fine food blend harmoniously together, blessedly untouched by the ravages of mass tourism. With its friendly locals, delicious cuisine, and stunning landscapes, your life here can only be described as Dolce Vita in every sense. And all this can be yours. So why wait? With a little love and rehabilitation, you could turn this fixer-upper into the haven of your dreams.

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Woven into the elegant fabric of the enchanting coastal town of Nardò, Lecce, Apulia, Italy, lies a distinctive three-bedroom villa that resonates with the charm of Mediterranean style. Positioned in a privileged location, the property paints a picturesque panorama of majestic sea views, while being cocooned in a lush tapestry of coastal pine, offering an unparalleled melding of tranquility and coastal allure. Inviting and intimate, the villa stretches across a single level, embracing open spaces to afford maximum comfort. The front door parts to reveal a generously spaced living room marked by a harmony of space and light, setting an inviting ambiance for contented family living. At the heart of this home, a modern kitchen, both practical and well-appointed, becomes a joyful hub for family gatherings and shared meals. The villa is efficiently designed with three bedrooms that bathe in an abundance of natural light, along with a duo of full bathrooms. Two storage rooms lend to the effective organization of living spaces, highlighting practicality in every corner. Outside, a front veranda summons you to laze and lounge, relishing the luxuriant garden adorned by an attractive pine grove creates an alcove of serenity and privacy. A generous 600 sqm of garden space offers the potential for future expansions or even the construction of an entire new residence. An external masonry kitchen corner is a testament to utility and functionality, enhancing outdoor spaces by facilitating alfresco dining during balmy summer nights. The rooftop terraces offer an unrestricted panorama that stretches to the sea, crafting the perfect backdrop for evenings of mellow sunsets and sunny champagne brunches. Situated merely 700 meters from the sea, this villa inaugurates an easy and swift access to breathtakingly beautiful local beaches. As a resident, you will find yourself approximately 1 km away from the bustling Santa Maria al Bagno Square, offering an array of services, outlets, and gastronomic experiences. Just a quick drive away resides Nardò, a historical haven brimming with culture. The elegant Lecce is reached within 25 minutes, while Salento International Airport rests a manageable 50-minute drive away, offering unprecedented convenience for international travelers. The town, Santa Maria al Bagno, is a captivating coastal gem in the province of Lecce, nestled within the Apulia region of Southern Italy. The town effortlessly blends scenic allure with historical richness, etching a perfect balance of beauty and heritage. Here are some features to look forward to: • Seaside charm of the Ionian Sea with pristine beaches. • A rich historical heritage linked to the 18th-century chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary. • A vibrant town center or piazza, humming with cafes, restaurants, and shops. • Authentic regional delights, spanning fresh seafood, pastas, and wines. • Natural reserves that are ripe for hiking and nature walks. • Proximity to Nardò, known for Baroque architecture and archaeological marvels. • Easy access to Salento International Airport and other parts of Italy. • Cultural events and festivals that run throughout the year. This scenic small town will cater to your every need, from playing host to tranquil seaside retreats to extending invitations for cultural enrichment, enticing gastronomy, and invigorating nature walks. This villa, mere steps away from the sea, emerges as a unique opportunity for prestigious living, connecting you to the heartbeat of the area's main attractions. When you live here, expect to find the rhythm and pace of Mediterranean life that is steeped in tradition and beauty. Overall, you will find that this villa, situated in the empirical embrace of Nardò, Lecce, Apulia, mirrors an idyllic balance of location, lifestyle, and luxury.

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Introducing a splendid villa nestled in the classic Apulia region, in the Taranto province of Castellaneta, Italy. This thoughtfully renovated 5-bedroom villa offers an enchanting Italian lifestyle amidst serene countryside landscapes, breathtaking views, and the rich cultural tapestry of rural Italy. The villa, nestled in the lush greenery of the high Murge plateau, offers the unique blend of country life charm with the convenience of urban amenities. A mere 10-minute drive will take you to Gioia del Colle and Castellaneta, bustling towns replete with local markets, cafes, restaurants, shops, and quaint architecture. Blessed with an excellent location, the property is a 30-minute drive to the sandy beaches of the Ionian Sea and between 45 to 75 minutes to Bari and Brindisi international airports. Standing majestically over 350 sq m, this 5-bedroom country house underwent a luxurious renovation in 2017. Designed to accommodate a large family or run as a B & B business: Features: - 5 spacious bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms - Modern fully fitted kitchen with a separate utility room - Expansive reception room with a fireplace - Roof terrace boasting panoramic views of the Murge plateau - Mature, verdant landscaped garden with numerous trees and decorative stone features - Large plot of two hectares, ideal for grazing - A full-sized basement perfect for a gym, yoga studio, wine cellar, or storage. Living in Castellaneta offers an immersive experience into Italy's authentic lifestyle. The town is a charming spectacle of rich history, ancient architecture, and passionate locals. Here, the cultural heritage is as rich as the delightful local gastronomy, featuring Matera bread, Capocollo of Martina Franca, Burrata cheese from Andria, and an array of exquisite wines from the region. The climate in this part of Italy is typically Mediterranean, with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. With an average of 10-11 hours of sunshine per day from June to August and 4 hours even in the winter months of December through February, the weather is congenial throughout the year. Living in a villa like this lets you tap into a luxurious sense of privacy while being part of a vibrant community. You get the commodious living spaces, the tranquil views from expansive windows, the joy of wandering through your private garden, and the opportunity to put your stamp on it. While the villa is perfect for a serene, relaxing retreat amidst nature, adventure is never too far away. Places of global interest, such as the trulli houses of Alberobello, the ancient town of Matera, the sandy beaches of Ionian sea, and the beautiful white town of Ostuni, are all within a short drive from the villa. The neighboring city, Gioia Del Colle, famous for its burrata cheese, mozzarella, and Primitivo red wine, offers a quintessential southern Italian experience, with its vibrant markets, lively street life, and congenial locals. Apart from the local delights, the town also takes pride in its castle, rich architecture, and numerous good restaurants. The property market in Apulia offers tremendous value for money, especially for overseas buyers, with investment showing potential for considerable growth. This is due to a combination of factors such as massive infrastructure investments, improved motorways, expanded airports, and the introduction of low-cost airlines. To purchase this dream villa is not only an investment in property; it is an investment in a lifestyle steeped in culture, history, and the simple pleasures of Italian life. Amenities: -Mains electricity and water -B& B possibilities -Central heating -Solar panel generating hot water -Modern septic system -Double-gated entry. Property Features: -Fully private and secluded -Large land for grazing, fenced garden -Possible installation of a SWIMMING POOL -Extensive roof terrace with panoramic views -Spacious and luxuriously renovated rooms -Basement with potential for gym, wine cellar, storage, etc. If you're looking to embark on a life-changing Italian adventure. This property may be that dream realised.

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Immerse yourself in the captivating charm of Southern Italy with this exquisite 6-bedroom villa nestled in the heart of Amendolara, Cosenza, in beautiful Calabria. This grande dame stands independently, facing the shimmering Ionian sea, and surrounded by verdant greenery. Here, the allure of pristine Italian seaside living meets traditional elegance, offering a peaceful oasis for those seeking refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city. Spanning a generous 310 square meters, the villa is split into three well-appointed and comfortable residential units, each one offering stunning views of the Mediterranean landscape. Imagine starting your days with the stunning sunrise views from the commodious balcony, warming you up for the day ahead while the sea, just meters away, hums its soothing melody. The villa offers a second spacious terrace, providing an enchanting vista of the bountiful 4,200 square meter garden. This verdant oasis, home to 90 olive trees and a multitude of fruit-bearing trees, provides both shade and a serene getaway. The fusion of sea, sky, and trees creates a tranquil setting that truly soothes the soul. Amenities include: - A covered 25 square meter garage - Three covered outdoor parking spaces - Two outdoor showers - A state-of-the-art surveillance camera system - Two private entrances; one facing the seaside, the other opening to the countryside. The villa boasts two distinct entrances: the sea side invites the ocean breeze and stunning sunrise views, while the countryside entrance opens onto the lush, verdant garden. This beautiful property is enveloped in a boundary wall, ensuring absolute privacy. Living in this serene locale truly is an experience nestled in tranquility and comfort. Amendolara is an alluring small town, known for its pristine beauty, friendly community, and rich cultural heritage. The Mediterranean climate blesses the region with mild, wet winters and hot, dry summers, making it a destination suitable for anyone and everyone. The villa stands as a testament to true Italian countryside charm, radiating a vintage aura while providing modern amenities. Despite being a fixer-upper, small touches of luxury have been maintained, such as the breathtaking view of the sea and the peaceful aura of the grounds. The property gleams with potential, offering opportunities for customization to truly make it your own private haven. Living in a villa – especially one located in such a beautiful, tranquil location – is a rare luxury. Besides the captivating views, amenities, and privacy, villa living offers a unique lifestyle. It allows one to slow down, savoring the little moments that make up life. Living here means embracing the tranquil rhythms of seaside living, the joy of fresh produce from your own garden, and the cosiness of the countryside. Whether used as a personal residence, a holiday home, or an investment property, this villa truly stands as a gem. Over the years, it has shown consistent returns, making it an excellent investment opportunity. In conclusion, this 6-bedroom villa offers a plethora of benefits - an idyllic location, opulent living spaces, breathtaking views, and bountiful nature. It truly encapsulates the charm and serenity of Southern Italian living, and could very well be the dream property you have been searching for.

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Welcome to a beautiful pair of country homes nestled in the heart of Konavle, Croatia. This delightful pair of properties, complete with a generous garden and welcoming swimming pool offer an abundance of space and comfort. With a combined total of four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and vast, open-plan living areas, they provide an ideal base for a family or vacation rental. The first house flaunts a contemporary design. This two-bedroom home is complete with a bathroom, a welcoming hallway, a functional storage room, and an open-plan kitchen pouring into a spacious living and dining room area. The house is tastefully furnished in line with modern aesthetics. With commendable insulation properties, and a mix of parquet and tile flooring, it's designed to offer comfort across seasons. The companion house, spread over two floors, echoes the inviting design narrative of the first. The ground floor exhibits a contemporary open-plan kitchen, combined with a living and dining area that's perfect for hosting or cozy family dinners. A handy toilet and a practical storage room concealed under the staircase contribute to the functional design of the ground floor. The first floor comprises of two ample bedrooms, each complemented with its own bathroom. Just like its counterpart, this house has been constructed with high-quality insulation and surfaced with parquet and high-quality tiles. In front of the house, a pleasant terrace provides a lovely spot to bask in the warm Croatian sun. Amenities Include: - Spacious Swimming pool - Uncovered Parking Space - Large Garden Space Property Features: - Two Houses totalling four bedrooms - Open-Plan Kitchens in both houses - Furnished in alignment with modern standards - Insulated with high-quality material - Mix of parquet and high-quality tile flooring Dive into the Croatian lifestyle, renowned for its balance of a relaxed pace and vibrant culture, Konavle stands out for its untouched natural beauty, rich culture, and a unique mix of rural and adventure tourism. Whether it's exploring the local vineyards, immersing in outdoor activities or enjoying the local cuisine, there's something for everyone in Konavle. Conveniently located just 10 minute drive to the charming town of Cavtat and a brief 20 minute drive to the historic city of Dubrovnik, everything you need is within reach. Apart from the mesmerizing landscape, Konavle boasts of a Mediterranean climate characterized by dry summers and mild, wet winters typical for the Adriatic coastline. Imagine warm, sunny days ideal for exploring the beauty of the Croatian countryside and crisp nights spent gazing at the stars from the comfort of your private terrace. Immerse yourself in the ambiance of a traditional Croatian country house. With plenty of land to explore, the away-from-the-crowd feeling of living in the country provides a soothing contrast to city living. The rhythmic rustling of trees, chirping of birds and the sight of untouched nature right outside your doorstep are a constant reminder of the natural beauty that Croatia embodies. Both homes are in good condition, promising a harmonious blend of comfort and modernity. The added bonus is the unfurnished basement of the third house that’s currently in need of an inspirational touch. It could be crafted into an additional living space or utilized for other creative purposes. As a haven of potential, it encapsulates the essence of a fixer-upper waiting for someone with an eye for design to bring it back to life. Priced at 539,000, this two-house property stands as a perfect investment opportunity or as a serene family home. Grasp the opportunity to own a piece of Croatia's natural paradise known as Konavle and experience the charm of country living with all the necessary comforts.

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