Discover the allure of Italian living inside this captivating villa nestled in the heart of Ostuni, Brindisi, within the enchanting region of Apulia, Italy. This distinctive residence is introduced by a gated entryway and a generous parking space decorated with a grand olive tree. As you step through the gateway, the spacious verdant lawn, brimming with delectable fruit trees, welcomes you before revealing a quaint one-cone Saracen trullo – a special design peculiar to this region of Italy which awaits transformation into a self-contained annexe.
The villa providing a generous 78 square meters of living space, promises an exceptional lifestyle featuring three well-ventilated bedrooms with air conditioning, allowing tranquillity's perfect retreat. The configuration includes a master bedroom spanning 16 square meters, with the other two bedrooms offering 12 and 9 square meters of personal space, respectively.
At the heart of the home lies a spacious 30 square meter living room adorned with a cosy fireplace, offering a perfect ambiance for winter evenings while the air conditioning ensures a cool retreat during the summer months. The culinary space is a vibrant and creative kitchen designated to the side of the main living area.
The home’s architecture nestles a basement measured at 70 square meters that can conveniently serve as a storage space. An additional modern bathroom completes this area's functionality.
The roof terrace is accessible via an external staircase, serving as a vantage point to appreciate the mesmerising views of the surroundings. The backyard, while ebbing with potential for a pool installation, is a subject to obtaining a building permit.
Situated at the convenient proximity of Villanova and Dina Marina, two seaside hotspots teeming with sandy beaches, restaurants, and cafés. Even the nature reserve of Torre Guaceto is a stone's throw from the villa, offering untouched beaches and a treasure of activities including guided walks, cycle treks, and snorkelling trips.
Living in Apulia is living in the heart of the welcoming warmth of Italian weather throughout the year. Even during the winter months, December through February, the region basks under the sun four hours per day. This sunshine exposure soars to about 10-11 hours during the summer months, from June through August.
The water temperature doesn't disappoint either, with 19 degrees Celsius in May, which escalates to a comfortable warmth of 27 degrees Celsius between August and September before subsiding back to 19 degrees Celsius in November. The sea gifts the region with the luxury of refreshing swim and enjoyable beach experience.
Beyond the allure of the sea, sports enthusiasts can explore a world of activities in the region, from golf at San Domenico PGA 2014 Challenge Final to tennis, horseback riding, hiking, bicycle tours to squash.
In terms of culture and history, Apulia is a treasure trove with ancient sites and cultural landmarks, such as Bari, Molfetta Outlet, Trani, Castel del Monte, Gargano, Tremiti Islands, Sternatina and Martignano, Murlo Lecce, Cutrofiano, Ruffano, Surano, Spongano, Castro, Santa Cesarea Terme, Porto Cesareo, Santa Maria di Leuca, Gallipoli and Santa Catarina.
If you are hunting for an idyllic holiday home, look no further. This charming home promises more than just a structure of bricks and concrete. It promises a lifestyle - an Apulian lifestyle, one that encompasses indoor and outdoor socialising, terrace space, outdoor cooking facilities and a wealth of nearby activities. It offers, in essence, the perfect exposure to a well-rounded Italian lifestyle. With its breathtaking scenery, amiable climate, dynamic array of activities and cultural attractions, Apulia is truly a hidden gem set in the canvas of Italy. The charm of living in this house is the inherent taste of Apulian way of life that it confers to its residents.