its garden of citrus trees, in the countryside around Nardò
In Nardò, in the region of Apulia.
80 km from Brindisi airport.
25 km from Lecce.
1 km from the sea.
8 km from Gallipoli.
|Land registry surface area :||9 ha|
|Main building surface area :||600 m²|
|Floor surface area of the outbuildings :||237 m²|
|Construction period :||17ème S.|
|Number of levels :||2|
|View over the countryside|
Legend has it that, in time immemorial, a bull pawing the ground with his hoof caused a spring to rise which led to a settlement now known as Nardò. This small Romantic and Baroque town on the Salento peninsula is surrounded by powerful fortified farms which still watch over the fields of thousand-year-old olive trees in the region of Apulia. This authentic, 17th century masseria, still with its proud appearance, stands in the midst of its 4,300 m² of parklands. Although in need of full restoration works to install modern-day home comforts, this tall building and its outbuildings already exude the character, typical of the region’s most beautiful properties. The bare interior features large rooms with vaulted ceilings and white stone walls. The garden, with its 2,000 m² of citrus trees, lets the spirit vagabond freely amongst poppies and orange trees as far as the adjoining 13 hectares of land, also available for purchase. An ideal property for a luxury residence for cultivating the Mediterranean art of living, agritourism is taking off in Italy.
650 000 €
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