between two seas and an ocean of ancient olive trees
In the Apulia region.
30 km from Brindisi airport.
4 km from Carovigno.
68 km from Lecce.
5 km from the sea.
14 km from the Torre-Guaceto nature reserve.
|Land/park/garden area :||1 ha 9 a 40 ca|
|Main building surface area :||100 m²|
|Floor surface area of the terrace :||200 m²|
|Number of main rooms :||4|
|Number of bedrooms :||3|
|Number of bathrooms :||3|
|Swimming pool||17 x 3m|
|View over the countryside|
Southern Italy, Apulia, Carovigno, 30 minutes from Brindisi airport, 15 minutes from the Torre-Guaceto nature reserve and its white sandy beaches. The white town of Ostuni is nearby. The scenery is dotted with ancient olive, almond and fig trees which bear abundant fruit in the summer. Just over one hectare of land slopes gently downwards, interspersed with a few dry-stone walls. Designed by Luca-Zanaroli, the house follows the slight gradient of the land and is surrounded by large terraces. 3 bedrooms, 3 shower rooms, 2 outdoor showers. The ground floor gives a 180° view over the sea, whilst the roof terrace has a 360° view over a sea of olive trees. Huge cement steps that showcase one of the property’s most remarkable ancient olive trees lead to an infinity swimming pool concealed behind a dry-stone wall. It is one thing to want to build a house in the Apulia region, but quite another to have the time and ability to do so. Here, everything is finished, official and in good working order. It is let on a regular basis and generates significant rental income. It is sold fully furnished and fully equipped down to the smallest detail.
1 150 000 €
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