2 Bedrooms House/ Ostuni Puglia [ID: 148226]
Ostuni Puglia Italy
80.0 ㎡ 2 Bedrooms
|Type of Property||House|
|Built in||Not determined|
|Property Price||EUR 350,000|
|Expected Move In Date||Negotiable|
80.0 sqm(㎡) / 861.11 sqf
|Expected Gross Yield||Non-disclosure: Please contact us for details|
|Company Info |
Superb Country House in Ostuni Puglia Italy
Euroresales Property ID – 9824068
This property is an attractive Country House with an adjacent Olive Grove.
The property includes 2 beds in total throughout the property.
There is also 2 reception rooms included.
Along with this the property comes fully furnished.
Also included in the property is a private garden along with a private pool.
There are views of the surrounding country area from the property.
The parking included with the property is off-street parking.
This Country House in Contrada Cantrapa in Ostuni, there is only a possibility of building a swimming pool if wanted but it does not exist for the time being.
There is is an outdoor kitchen, an outdoor storeroom and an outdoor shower room for the hot Summer.
This Country House is excellent for a holiday home or for a residential dwelling with a lot of space and privacy. And it is ready to move in as it has all the features such as gas system, water cistern, air conditioning system, electricity and Wi-Fi can be installed if needed.
No. of Beds: Two
No. of Reception Rooms: Two
Floor Space (metres squared): 80 Square Meters
Plot (metres squared): 3000 Square Meters
Covered area (metres squared): 80 Square Meters
No of Outbuildings: Two
Distance from Sea: 30 mins
Distance from Airport: 45 mins
Distance from Main Attraction: 15 mins
About the area:
Puglia is Italy’s ascendant region, a place where savvy travellers bored or worn down by the crowds of Campania and Tuscany escape for something a bit less frenetic and manicured. Top of the list for prospective newcomers is the food. Puglia’s cucina povera is about as earthy as Italian cuisine gets without eating it straight out of the soil. Then there’s the exuberant architecture, best summarised by the word ‘baroque’ and exhibited in all its finery in the glittering ‘Florence of the South’, Lecce, and its smaller sibling, Gallipoli.
With the longest coastline of any region in mainland Italy, Puglia is larger than many people realise. In the north, the spur of land sticking out into the Adriatic is occupied by the balmy microclimates of the Gargano peninsula, a kind of miniature Amalfi with fewer poseurs. The Italian boot’s ‘stiletto’ hosts the land of Salento, a dry scrubby region famous for its wines, and bloodthirsty Greek and Turkish history. In between lies the Valle d’Itria, a karstic depression populated by vastly contrasting medieval towns that have little in common apart from their haunting beauty.
Of the larger cities, Brindisi, an erstwhile Roman settlement, is one of the major departure points for Greece (by ferry), while Puglia’s largest metropolis, Bari has a university and trendier inclinations.