Charming Trullo to Renovate & Extend Near Alberobello, Italy + Pool

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Alberobello, Bari, Apulia, Italy, Martina Franca (Italy)

1 Bedrooms · 0 Bathrooms · 10Floor area



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This charming trullo is located in the beautiful Valley DÍtria in Alberobello, Apulia. It comes with 4 000 sq m of land and the perfect opportunity to create your dream holiday home! It's close to Locorotondo for all shopping needs, bars and restaurants, and a 20-minute drive from the beaches of the Adriatic coast.

The architecture drawings for the proposed extension are available and there is a valid building permit for the extension and the pool, so work can start without delay. You can estimate 12 months for the renovation project and Casapuglia can act as your professional project manager.

Apulia is well known for its mild climate, which offers warm summers and mild winters. The water temperature at the beginning of May is approximately 19 degrees, up to 27 degrees in August/September and 19 degrees in November. With its two international airports - Bari in the north and Brindisi in the south - it's easy to get to and from.

In terms of lifestyle and culture, the Italian lifestyle means socializing and enjoying yourself outside the home. With festivals, local markets, museums, language classes, dining, nightlife, and more, there's something for everyone. Active-minded folks can enjoy sailing, yachting, swimming, horseback riding, hiking, golf, tennis, squash, and other activities.

The property prices in Apulia are reasonably low compared to other regions in Italy and offer good value for money. With infrastructure investments increasing demand, now is an ideal time to invest in Apulia real estate.

At CasaPuglia we offer our customers a comprehensive range of services to make sure they get the right property at the right price. We have personally inspected every property we list and only select those that offer good value to the buyer. We also specialize in property management and project management, lettings, and more. Visit our website to find out more about us and our services.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!


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Opportunity to purchase a substantial villa in a prestigious position at an attractive price. This villa is located in Selva di Fasano, Brindisi, Apulia, Italy and is not overlooked by any other property. The villa was built in 1973 and has a total floor area of 168 square metres, with the top floor measuring 138 square metres. On the top floor there is a reception room with a fireplace, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a larger reception room and kitchen (to be fitted), two further bedrooms, two bathrooms and access to the terrace. The covered terrace provides shade in the hot summer months and has stunning valley views. On the ground floor there is a single room with a fireplace which can be converted to a self-contained apartment. The garden surrounding the villa is 2000 square metres, and there is also another 3000 square metres of land available for sale separately. There is scope to make a staircase leading up to the roof, where it’s possible to have a sundeck and Jacuzzi, and enjoy the stars. The villa was previously used as a B&B but has since been closed due to the Covid period. It can either be restarted or converted back to private residence, with the possibility of living upstairs and renting out the lower apartment for holiday lets. Selva di Fasano was developed mainly in the 1960s and has become a popular area for multi-million mansion properties, modern villas, apartments, trulli houses and more. The area is approximately 400 metres above sea level and has a pleasant microclimate due to the high altitude and hills which make the breezes stronger. The village centre has grocery stores, restaurants, cafes, bars, a pharmacy, butchers, hairdressers, a post office and its famous Trullo church. The nearest beaches are about 15 km away and can be reached within 17-20 minutes. These include Capitolo, with its sandy beaches and beach clubs, and Savelletri, a charming fishing village with 10 restaurants serving fresh seafood, fish and vegetables. The Italian lifestyle means socialising outdoors and making the most of the sunny weather. In Selva di Fasano, you can experience morning markets in small towns, music festivals, religious carnivals, beach life, historical tours, cooking classes, language schools, nightlife at the beach clubs of Capitolo and much more. In Apulia, water sports dominate due to the peninsula being surrounded by two seas - the Adriatic and the Ionian. Other activities include golf, tennis, horseback riding, hiking, cycling and squash. The sunny climate in Apulia means more time spent outside than indoors and at home, so having plenty of terrace space with cooking facilities is essential. The average number of sun hours each day is four in December-February, and 10-11 sun hours per day in June-August. The average water temperature at the beginning of May is 19 degrees, and up to 27 degrees in August/September. Apulia has recently seen an increase in demand due to improved infrastructure, enlarged airports and low-cost airlines. Property prices are low in Apulia, meaning excellent value for money for international buyers. There are strict planning regulations in place to prevent modern developments that don't fit into the historical landscape, so prices are likely to rise over time. Team CasaPuglia are an English-speaking agency based in the middle of Apulia offering comprehensive local services such as acting for buyers, property and project management, lettings and more. They specialize in searching the market for the right property, negotiating the price and giving advice throughout the buying process, ensuring the buyer gets the best deal. If you're looking for a holiday home or an investment property in Apulia, Team CasaPuglia can help you find the perfect property at the right price. Contact them today to learn more!


This immaculate 4-bedroom property of 180 sq.m with swimming pool is located in the sought after and prestigious Selva di Fasano - the most expensive residential area in Apulia. It is ideally situated within walking distance to the small centre of Selva di Fasano for groceries, café and restaurants as well as just a short drive to the main town of Fasano for all shopping needs. The nearest beaches are about 19 km downhill to either Capitolo with its many famous beach clubs on sandy beaches or Savelletri, a small charming fishing village. The gated entry with separate gate for cars takes you a few steps inside the property, where you find a west facing veranda overlooking the front immaculate garden and views over the street. This is a most quiet area with very limited traffic as only used by the local residents. The sou-terrain accommodation is on two floors with an interconnecting staircase. On the upper ground floor is a spacious living room with fire place and pellet heater, interconnecting with a modern kitchen, with separate laundry room. To the rear is the main bedroom, with a walk-in closet, a modern bathroom and the second bedroom. On the lower ground floor with its separate entrance via a veranda overlooking the pool area is a spacious living room, with open plan kitchen and 2 bedrooms with one bathroom. There is also a garage and large storage room. This separate unit is well suited for visiting family and friends or could be used for holiday lettings. All doors and frames are in high-quality cherry wood, high quality security windows and furnishings are of the highest quality and this is a property where you can move in straight away. The garden is in an immaculate condition with a lovely pool and sun deck. The building is as most buildings in Selva, semi-detached but hardly noticeable, with an equal quality half, owned by the brother of the current owner. The property is connected to mains electricity and water. There is a solar panel generating hot water, supported by electrical boilers. Central heating is either by the so called termo camino (wood burning) or using gas. In the living room there is also a separate pellet heater, modern and cost efficient way to heat the upper floor. The location is excellent as in one of the best areas in Selva with walking distance- 1 km- to the small village center. Here you find grocery stores, butchers, pharmacy, hairdressers, bar/cafes, restaurants, the tennis club, the community activity center and the impressive trullo church. Whereas not all amenities are open all year round, the grocery stores are open seven days a week. Selva di Fasano is the most prestigious residential area in Apulia and is renowned for its many fantastic buildings and amazing valley views and sea views from 400 m altitude. The winter population is about 400 and in summer over 5.000. The high elevation gives Selva its own micro climate which means more comfortable temperatures during summertime with fresh breezes. Selva which means woods is in a protected forest area and has breathtaking views towards the Adriatic Sea and also to the beautiful Canale di Pirro valley. The village has several musical activities during the summer for all ages. There are nature walks along the natural ravines, and jogging tracks and nice walks along the beautiful panoramic road with its marvellous sea views from 400 m altitude. To the town of Fasano, it is 10 minute drive by bus or car and here you find all in shopping needs, including several banks and restaurants. A drive of 10 minutes takes you to Quinto Colore, a nice shopping galleria with a friendly, staffed supermarket. The nearest beaches and beach clubs are at the area pretty fishing village of Savelletri (20 minutes) and the PGA tour Challenge golf course San Domenico and one other golf course is a further 10 minutes away. It takes about 45-55 minutes to either of the international airports at Bari and Brindisi and Bari airport has train connection to Fasano station (approximate journey time 80 minutes) All this makes the property extremely well located and can be enjoyed as the perfect holiday home as well as a retirement home. When it comes to lifestyle and culture, the Italian lifestyle means many things but especially socializing; the home is used for sleeping and breakfasts, the Italians go out for enjoyments and dining. Based in Canale di Pirro there are so much you can experience, like early morning markets in the small towns. music festivals, religious carnivals, the beach life, historical tours in the main towns, cooking classes, learning a bit Italian at language schools, dining at the many country and sea side restaurants, night clubbing at the beach clubs of Capitolo.

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Welcome to a stunning 4-bedroom Italian estate nestled in the resplendent heart of Martina Franca, a well-preserved Baroque town in Apulia, Taranto, Italy. This magnificent three-storey sanctuary is an architectural masterpiece where history collides with modern elegance, showcasing an awe-inspiring amalgamation of style and functionality. Accompany us on an enchanting journey through a property which recently underwent careful restoration, retaining its historical essence while embracing a reinvigorated spirit. Today, it stands as a widely esteemed guest establishment preferred by globetrotters and connoisseurs of Italian heritage. As you step foot into this grand estate, you will encounter the main area of the ground floor devoted to an exquisite reception space that also includes an independent access to the heart of the house. This welcoming space gives way to three spacious double bedrooms, each graced with its very own private balcony and luxury en-suite bathroom. A communal living space for guests and a well-fitted kitchen, especially set out for breakfast preparation, further enhance this level's charm. The purposeful design permits flexibility, allowing the integration of an additional bedroom in place of the kitchen if desired. Ascending to the second floor, you will be greeted by a magnificent suite that houses a private bathroom. The suite boasts immediate access to a spectacular terrace that overlooks the picturesque panorama of the historic Italian centre, a sight that promises to take your breath away. This terrace serves as a communal retreat, boasting a hydro massage tub that enhances the air of lavish indulgence. Located in Martina Franca, this phenomenal property provides its residents with the optimal combination of small-town charm and cosmopolitan lifestyle. The city is the perfect intersection of tradition and modernity, priding itself on a rich cultural heritage flavoured with contemporary amenities. Famous for its unique architectural style, Martina Franca's whitewashed buildings contrast beautifully with its cobblestone streets and baroque cathedrals. Martina Franca is also known for hosting the Opera Festival, widely acclaimed as southern Italy's most significant cultural event. The Apulia region is blessed with a gentle Mediterranean climate, characterized by long, hot summers and mild winters. The area offers a unique blend of splendid beaches, rolling vineyards, and ancient architectural wonders, making it one of Italy's most sought-after tourist destinations. While this estate stands majestically as a reputed guest house, it also holds excellent potential to transform into a distinctive and stylish private home. A minor remodel could turn this remarkable palazzo into an unparalleled abode in Martina Franca, A place that is widely coveted for its charm and Italian magnificence. Seize this tremendous investment opportunity that promises not just a thriving hospitality venture but also a home providing peace and tranquility. This place isn't just a castle crafted from stones or a mere architectural wonder – it is a lifestyle, an immersive Italian experience that waits to be yours. This remarkable sanctuary promises a beautiful retreat and a royal lifestyle, promising something unique and special to everyone. Home ownership involves not just an address, but also a sense of belonging to a community and a commitment to its surrounding environment. Living in this distinguished home in Martina Franca's heart allows you to discover the joys of walking along the narrow cobbled streets, sampling regional delicacies, savoring excellent locally-made wines, shopping at vibrant marketplaces, and enjoying the town's various cultural and music festivals throughout the year. Whether you wish to operate a successful guest establishment or acquire a serene habitation for yourself, this exquisite estate can cater to all your requirements and dreams. Experience a remarkable dwelling situated in a breathtaking Italian location.

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Welcome to Martina Franca, a pearl nestled in the Italian region of Apulia, and the place rugged landscapes meet effortlessly with sophisticated, southern Italian living. In this idyllic region, imagine making your home in a distinctive Trulli - an iconic cylindrical house unique to Apulia, topped with enchanting conical roofs. This particular Trulli, gracefully located between the historic towns of Martina Franca, Ostuni, and Cisternino, marries traditional charm with modern luxury, setting an alluring stage for an extraordinary life. Preserving its original character from the outside, the house has been lovingly renovated and accentuates traditional Italian depths, including its historic dry stone huts and conical roofs. The authenticity of the house is beyond compare, offering three bedrooms that are pure works of archetypal architecture. Comfort comes in the form of two fully equipped bathrooms and a convenient 25 m2 garage, well protected from the elements. Blending seamlessly into the surrounding rugged landscapes, filled with olive groves and vineyards, our engaging home invites you in for a closer look. The interior impresses with a mixture of up-to-date facilities and the classic allure of its historical beginnings. Enjoy the cozy warmth of the living space, relish in the inviting kitchen, and surrender to the tranquility of your comfortable bedroom. For year-round convenience, this Trulli has been integrated with an excellent heating system and water supply, ensuring that no matter where the Italian weather takes you through the seasons, you remain comfortable and supplied. Commanding an impressive plot of 6500 m2, this home is characterized by lovely ornamental trees mantling a 1500 m2 fenced plot providing privacy. The dwelling is neighbored by the glorious sight of about a hundred olive trees, painting a picture-perfect image of Italian rural life. The surrounding tranquility introduces a unique Italian countryside lifestyle, balancing privacy while providing easy access to urban life pleasures. Life in Martina Franca brings breathtaking visuals, serenity, and the deep warmth of southern Italy that only life in Apulia can offer. Start your day with a cup of aromatic Italian coffee as you gaze over picturesque landscape kissed by an Apulian sunrise, then spend your day exploring the local region - tasting local wines, lounging on accessible beaches or discovering the historical beauty of nearby towns. Martina Franca, with its mild climate, pampers you with warm summers, perfect for beach outings, countryside picnics, or just lounging in your own backyard. Winters are equally delightful with rare drops below the freezing point, while the potential glow of a fireplace offers evenings of cozy living. While the serenity of the countryside permeates every inch of this home, Martina Franca assures a rich cultural lifestyle, with close vicinity to shopping and local life. Stroll through the striking white town of Ostuni, or discover the allure of Cisternino. Martina Franca itself, recognized as one of Italy's most beautiful villages, abounds baroque and rococo buildings, enhancing its ancient allure. Coming home to your countryside Trulli brings a sense of tranquility that’s difficult to find in the hustle and bustle of city life. Listening to the delightful sound of chirping birds as you start your day, strolling peacefully under the olive groves, being greeted by bucolic scenes and retiring at night under a star-studded sky, are the priceless luxuries included in this rustic Trulli. In essence, this house transcends conventional residential properties; it's a unique fusion of historical charm, modern comfort, rural tranquility, and the coveted Italian dolce vita. It delivers not just a home but a serene Italian countryside experience, a priceless extension to your life's journey.

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This 3 bedroom trullo for sale in Cisternino, Brindisi, Apulia, Italy is a rare opportunity to find an undeveloped property so close to the town of Cisternino in the famous Valley D'Itria. This 8-cone trullo has been almost untouched since it was built 200 years ago and boasts high authentic stone walls and an old round grain grinding place in stone. With spectacular views of the surrounding areas, this trullo offers great potential as either a holiday home or an investment for holiday lets. The trullo is located only 1.5km from the picturesque town of Cisternino with its cobbled streets and fine restaurants and shops. The towns of Locorotondo (9km away) and Ostuni (15 km away) are also popular destinations. All three towns have excellent cafes, bars, restaurants and the characteristic Valle d'Itria trulli houses. Torre Canne and Savelletri are two of the nearby beaches on the Adriatic coast, only 20 minutes away by car. There is also a train station at 11km which provides easy access to Bari Airport, 90km north of the property. Apulia has much to offer beyond the property itself. The region has many attractions such as the mile long caves of Castellana; the archaeological excavations of the Roman Egnatia; Alberobello (a UNESCO World Heritage Site); the medieval town of Oria; the wealthy baroque town of Martina Franca; the Zoo Safari Park of Fasano; the caves of Polignano a Mare; Grottaglie famous for its ceramics; the baroque city of Lecce; the Commercial capital city of Bari, with its opera house and medical centre; the little sea-side town of Giovinazzo; Molfetta Outlet shopping galleria; Trani, with its beautiful half moon bay and marina; and Castel del Monte, a mystical castle built by Frederick II in the 14th century. Gargano, the spur of the Italian boot, is a 2.5 hour drive away and forms a large nature reserve. It's also a great spot for sailing, yachting, water-skiing and kite surfing. Golfers can take advantage of five excellent courses including the world-class San Domenico and there are plenty of opportunities for tennis, horse-riding, hiking and cycling. The weather in Apulia is generally warmer than northern Italy, with an average of 4 hours of sunshine per day in December to February and 10-11 hours per day in June to August. The water temperature in early May averages 19 degrees, reaching up to 27 degrees in August/September and 19 degrees in November - ideal for beach trips! Finally, Apulia's low property prices provide excellent value for money for international buyers. With increased demand for a fixed and limited number of properties, prices are bound to rise, making this a great investment. With all the attractions, activities and Italian lifestyle available, Apulia is a fantastic destination not just to buy property, but to make unforgettable memories too.


This property in Contada Impalata, Monopoli, Bari, Apulia, Italy is perfect for those looking to invest or residential use. It is a large detached house with trulli, storage rooms, a garage, and land of about 1000 square meters in the central area very close to the church of the district. Just a few kilometers from the sea, this property offers the ideal location to experience tranquility without sacrificing the services offered by the nearby city. The building is in good condition and consists of a kitchen with fireplace, living room in a trullo, double bedroom in a trullo, single bedroom in a trullo, and bathroom. It also has 3 storage rooms, a garage with direct access to the main road, a small room with a wood-burning oven, and a woodshed. The property is equipped with a diesel boiler and 2 water wells. Given its position and size, this structure is an attractive investment opportunity for a potential accommodation facility. After a conservative restoration, the spaces can be optimally used. Those wishing to live in contact with nature and in total relaxation will find this property ideal for residential use. The surrounding land creates an even greater opportunity, as buyers have the possibility of purchasing additional adjacent land. This opens up more possibilities for growth and expansion in the future. With it's beautiful countryside setting, excellent nearby services, and plenty of potential, this property is perfect for both investors and those seeking a luxurious home in the stunning Apulian countryside.

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Welcome to this beautiful 2 bedroom detached house for sale in Ostuni, Brindisi, Apulia, Italy! Located at the end of a cul de sac with resident neighbours, this property offers 75 sqm of living space and a 20 sqm veranda facing a 4400 sqm green garden area. Inside you will find a 20 sqm living room with a fireplace, a kitchen with access to a large 20 sqm garage/storage area, two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The villa needs some renovation and upgrading, and 50,000 Euros would be a good estimate, plus an additional 30,000 Euros for a pool, sun deck, and pergola. The beaches of the Adriatic Sea are easily reached in approximately 20-25 minutes from the villa. Villanova and Dina Marina are popular seaside locations with many beaches, restaurants, and cafes. A further 10 minutes away is the nature reserve Torre Guaceto by the sea, where visitors can enjoy unspoiled beaches and organized nature walks, cycle trekking, and snorkeling trips. Close to Ostuni (less than 5 km) you can also visit the famous “white city”, the mile-long caves of Castellana, the archaeological excavations of the Roman Egnatia, the Trullo houses of Alberobello, the Medieval town of Oria, the Baroque town of Martina Franca, the petite and charming Cisternino, the Zoo Safari Park of Fasano, the caves of Polignano a Mare, Grottaglie famous for its ceramics and old stone carvings, and last but not least the famous baroque city of Lecce, known as the Florence of the South. Inland Salento has several charming historical villages with ancient history, while the East Coast of Salento is particularly renowned for its fishing. The towns of Castro and Santa Cesarea Terme are very popular destinations; on the way towards them you’ll find the beach resorts of Santa Maria di Leuca, Gallipoli, and Santa Catarina. By air, there are two international airports easily reached: Bari in the north and nearby Brindisi in the south. The Italian lifestyle offers many opportunities for socializing, and Apulia’s warm weather allows you to enjoy a long season of nice weather. You can practice many water sports such as sailing, yachting, swimming, and beach life, as well as golf, tennis, horseback riding, and hiking and bicycle tours. Apulia is a great place to buy a holiday home - low property prices offer good value for money, and all investments will show good growth in value due to increased demand. Casa Puglia is an English-speaking agency based in the middle of Apulia, and we can help you get the right property at the right price. We have personally inspected every property we recommend buying, and provide comprehensive local services, including project management, property management, and lettings. For more information, please visit our website or contact us today!

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