- Updated On:
- June 12, 2020
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 80.00 m2
Situated in picturesque countryside of salento, with small ancient Trullis dotted around, sits an independent villa. Many are the benefits of this property, starting with the main building attached to an ancient Trullo. A perimeter wall around the property with two separate gates gives access to the Villa and a large plot of land, giving many options for developing a swimming pool. A rearrangement of the current internal space would give birth to a very exclusive property, including a very unique bathroom inside the Trullo. The patio area all around the house creates a fantastic outdoor living environment.
Separated from the main house, an additional unfinished construction, which could be easily turned in to a small property or a holiday home letting.
A gate separates the main house from an additional 5000sq of land, creating the perfect scenario for additional usage.
The Property benefits from an Artesian well, guaranteeing a constant supply of water through the year.
The geographical location of this villa is quite unique, giving access to Nardo City, one of the most visited locations of Salento, together with a proximity to some of the best beaches and the well-known National Park of Porto Selvaggio.
We believe this property with some TLC could become a very exclusive villa in the Salento countryside.
- Habitable house
- Independent Villa
- An ancient Trullo attached to the Villa
- Perimeter walls all around the property
- Additional independent construction
- Artesian Well
- Easy access to Seaside
- Surrounded by nature
Local tax: up to 100 euros approx. yearly
Local authority: Nardò
Total Sqm 80 approx.
Property details, service charges, ground rent (where applicable) and local tax are given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed by your Solicitor (notary) prior to completion .
Nearest Train Station
Energy Performance Certificates
The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from ‘A’ to ‘G’, where ‘A’ is the most efficient and ‘D’ being the average to date.