Savills | 1 Bedroom Trullo With Sea View, 72012 | Property for sale
40 sq m(430.56 sq ft)
Asking price €78,000

1 Bedroom Trullo With Sea View72012


    Key features

    • 1 bedroom trullo
    • Lamia with kitchen
    • outbuilding with bathroom
    • Covered veranda
    • roof terrace with sea view

    Well-located Apulian Trullo with lamia and lots of potential. Sea view from roof terrace and private garden with outbuilding of 8,500sq.m. Pool is possible.

    About this property

    • Authentic Apulian trullo-lamia with outbuildings. Traditional smallholding over 8500 sq.m (2,1 acres). Outbuilding with extra bathroom and garden shed. To renovate and extend, making 2-3 bedrooms. A pool is possible to build. Professional project management available. Short drive to village with grocery store and cafe/bar. 9 min to Specchiolla by the sea with sandy beaches. 10 min to Carovigno with all amenities.

      Close to the Adriatic Sea and to the local village of Serranova, is this traditional and affordable small holding, consisting on a 150 year old trullo, which has been extended with a lamia building, offering two rooms. The outbuilding contains the pizza oven and the bathroom and there is also a garden shed. The rectangular land has pine trees in the front and lots of olive trees and fruit trees., It is a quiet and tranquil area. The drive-in is shared with a next door 3-bedroom villa on the left but both properties, once formed one property, have full privacy.

    Additional information

    • WHAT MORE TO SEE:
    • The trullo has the advantage of being not far from main areas of world interest such as the mile long caves of Castellana; the archaeological excavations of the Roman Egnatia by the Adriatic coast line; the Trulli houses of Alberobello- an UNESCO World heritage site: the beautiful white town of Ostuni, located on top of a hill with fantastic sea views; the medieval town of Oria; the wealthy baroque town of Martina Franca; the petite and charming Cisternino, the Zoo Safari Park of Fasano (lots of fun for children and adults alike); the caves of Polignano a Mare, well known also for its tasty ice cream; Grottaglie famous for its ceramics and old stone carvings; and last but not least the famous baroque city of Lecce which is called the Florence of the South. Lecce can be reached in 15 -20 minutes and has countless medical churches and a great richness of architecture. In town there is also the famous Roman amphibian theatre which is used for music and drama performances in the open during the summer season. Lecce is a wonderful town for long walks, enjoying the fantastic atmosphere, bars, outside restaurants and, naturally, great shops.
    • Further to the south, inland Salento have a number of historical charming villages with ancient history. The advantage to stay in a village is to be able to socialise with Italian neighbors, to walk to the cafe and buy a newspaper and a cup of coffee in the morning and having all amenities within reach daytime and nighttime. The townhouses often come with a garden and roof terrace. and its fascination to open the simple door from the street - and inside almost like a little palace with a garden!
    • In Sternatina and Martignano to the south of Lecce antique Greek is still spoken by the villagers.
    • Maglie is like a mini Lecce and with many fine buildings. Muro Leccese is smaller and also represent a small town/village with a fine architectural history. Cutrofiano popular for French holiday home ownership. Ruffano has many fine old buildings for sale, waiting to find new owners and to be restored. Surano has a small town centre with very nice antique buildings for sale. Spongano again is a small village surrounded by olive groves. Here you can see secluded great villas and country retreats owned by foreigners and families from North Italy who come to relax in rural Salento.
    • The east coast of Salento is rougher than the south west and for people who enjoy the sea and fishing. Somewhat more elegant than the east coast. Castro is beautiful with its location on top of the cliff by the sea and many villas with direct access to the sea. Santa Cesarea Terme is a spa resort, very popular with a beautiful setting and bay.
    • The cost from Santa Maria di Leuca to Gallipoli has many fine sandy beaches. The villages are perhaps not the prettiest but room for the beach life, pizzerias, and restaurants and disco music summer time.
    • Santa Catarina well known also for its many fine villas in the area, some antique.
    • The sea outside of Porto Cesareo further up the coast is probably the most beautiful and fantastic sunsets.
    • MORE TO SEE IN APULIA:
    • Bari being the commercial capital city with 250 000 inhabitants' offers the best shopping, a grand opera house, called the Petruzzelli teatro; a large medical city centre with many museums. Just north of Bari lies a little town called Giovinazzo a true gem, right by the sea. Further north is Molfetta Outlet, a famous shopping galleria and 20 minutes further is Traini, a sophisticated town with a beautiful half moon bay & marina. Continue north to Castel del Monte, which is the mystical castle built by Frederic II in the 14th Century.
    • Within a 2,5 hour drive to the North of Bari lies Gargano, the peninsula called the spur of the Italian boot. Gargano forms a large nature and wildlife Reserve and offers hiking and scenic trips around the peninsula. From here there are daily boat trips to the small Tremiti islands.
    • LIFESTYLE AND CULTURE:
    • The Italian lifestyle means many things but especially socialising; the home is used for sleeping and breakfasts, the Italians go out for enjoyments and dining. There are so much you can experience, like early morning markets in the small towns. music festivals, religious carnivals, the beach life, historical tours in the main towns, cooking classes, learning a bit Italian at language schools in Lecce, dining at the many country and sea side restaurants, night clubbing at the beach clubs of Capitolo.
    • SPORTS:
    • As Apulia is a peninsula and surrounded by the two seas- the Adriatic in the north and the Ionic in the south - water sports dominate in the area; sailing, yachting, water skiing, kite-surfing swimming & beach life. Scuba diving and fishing is available in Santa Sabina. Torre Guaceto nature reserve also extends
    • Directions: By air there is a choice of two international airports, served by Ryanair, Easyjet , BA and others, both easily reached; Bari in the north by car on the motorway in approximately 1 hour 15 minutes and nearby Brindisi in the south in approximately 20 minutes. There is a train station at Brindisi (distance 12 km) and possible to take the train from Bari airport via Bari central in 1 hour 25 minutes.