Modern Villa in Martina Franca, Apulia - 2 Beds, 7400sqm Land

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Strada Spezzatarallo, Martina Franca (Italy)

2 Bedrooms · 1 Bathrooms · 80Floor area



No parking

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms


No garden

No pool

Not furnished


This delightful villa is situated in one of the most picturesque parts of Italy, just a few kilometres away from the enchanting city of Villa Castelli. It includes two large rooms to be divided into a main living area with kitchenette, two cosy bedrooms and a modern bathroom. The villa also benefits from a trullo which could be restored and connected to create an additional room - perfect for a guest bedroom or study. Outside, there is a porch at the entrance and plenty of outdoor space, with 7,400 square metres of stunning land planted with fruit and olive trees.

The property is in a rustic state and needs completion works, but the current owners have already taken care of the important elements such as installation of a water tank with the possibility of connection to the public water network.

This is an ideal opportunity to complete the restoration of a beautiful villa and make it your own dream home in Apulia, Italy. Enjoy the peaceful countryside setting, local amenities and easy access to the wonderful historical sights of Martina Franca and Villa Castelli.


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This 3 bedroom villa for sale in Ostuni, Brindisi, Apulia, Italy is perfect for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With a large open-plan living and dining area, a kitchen, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this property offers an incredible amount of space and comfort. Plus, with a spacious veranda in front of the entrance and a convenient storage room under the stairs, you'll have plenty of room to relax and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. The villa also has a cellar in the basement and a storage room with two rooms that can be renovated, giving you the opportunity to make it your own. Its location is ideal, with only 2 Km from Ostuni, 9 Km from Carovigno, 12 Km from the sea, and 40 Km from Brindisi airport. Additionally, there is the possibility of building an outdoor swimming pool. Living in a villa in Ostuni means having access to all the amenities and attractions the region has to offer. You'll be close to the White City of Ostuni, the trulli of Alberobello, the caves of Castellana, the beautiful beaches of Alto Salento and the nature reserve of Torre Guaceto (blue flag). Whether you're looking for a place to call home or a holiday home, this villa is sure to provide you with an unforgettable experience. The villa also comes with air conditioning, radiators, wine cellar, shutters, dishwasher, internet connection, two cisterns, septic tank, emergency lights, gas, gas cylinder, and more. It's ideal for anyone wanting to live in close contact with nature and take full advantage of the unique beauty of the Apulia region. So, if you're looking for a spacious and comfortable property that allows you to enjoy the wonders of the local area, then this 3 bedroom villa in Ostuni is worth considering!

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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 is a truly unique opportunity for those seeking a property that can be defined as a one-of-a-kind. Located in the historic centre of Oria, this house for sale offers a range of options, from the main house to two additional independent units. The main house boasts careful renovation work that enhances its timeless elegance and features a wonderful eighteenth-century facade with a fine balcony on the first floor and two entrances on the ground floor. Inside, there are open spaces on the first floor which provide plenty of natural light and access to the terrace. The living room stairs lead to the bedroom with a private bathroom, as well as roof terraces with views of the old town and the polychrome dome of Oria Cathedral. The entire property benefits from a heating system with gas radiators and air conditioning, plus energy-saving fixtures for added comfort. It also comes complete with furnishings, aside from some personal effects. The other two units, measuring 14 and 29 sqm respectively, are perfect for those looking to customize their own space, or to create an independent suite ideal for hosting friends or tourists. Oria is a city with centuries’ worth of history and culture, and it is easily reachable from Brindisi airport or by car along the SS7/E90. Here you can explore the gastronomic delights of Puglia, as well as enjoy various restaurants and trattorias serving up delicious local cuisine. By purchasing this property, you will not only become the owner of a unique home but also the guardian of a piece of Italian history. Don't miss out on this chance to make your dreams come true!

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