Savills | San VIto Dei Normanni | Property for sale
30 sq m(322.92 sq ft)
Guide price €140,000

San VIto Dei Normanni


    Key features

    • Rare 5-cone Trullo to modernize
    • Traditional Features
    • 1.8 hectares of land
    • Possibility to install a pool
    • Possibility for extension
    • 1 bedroom

    Attractive Trullo with impressive vineyard, olive trees, almond and fruit trees. The trullo can be extended and a pool can be installed.

    About this property

    • This impressive, rare Trullo smallholding is located near to the beaches of the Adriatic Sea and the old charming town of San Vito dei Normanni. The 5-cone Trullo to modernize is set in the middle of 1.8 hectares of land with seven hundred vines, an olive grove and various vibrant fruit and nut trees.

      The property still contains its traditional features including the original vine cruising ‘bath' and cistern.

      Possibility to install a 10 x 4 m. pool in the 18,600 sq. m. of land.

    Additional information

    • 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 wild life 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 socializing; 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. Golf is available with five good courses and San Domenico is world class (PGA 2014 Challenge Final). Tennis, horseback riding, hiking and bicycle tours are other options for the active minded. Squash clubs are located in Bari, Bitonto and other places.
    • THE WEATHER:
    • Being south, Apulia has warmer weather than Northern Italy and even in the "winter months" of December to February the average number of sun hours per day is 4 and in June-August 10-11 sun hours per day! This means you can enjoy a long season of nice weather in Apulia. When you plan to buy a holiday home in Apulia think of that you will spend a lot more time outside than in the inside compared to at home. Therefore you will need plenty of terrace space, pergolas etc. at your Apulian property and also cooking facilities outside is very practical.
    • The water temperature in beginning of May is in average 19 degrees, up to 27 degrees in August/September and 19 degrees in November. This means you & family will spend time at the beach. Wherever you are in Apulia you can reach the beaches within 30 minutes!
    • WHY BUY IN APULIA?
    • Apulia has until recently been called the hidden treasure of Italy, unknown to most tourists who come & stay in Rome, Florence, Venice and at the Italian Riviera. However, all this is rapidly changing because of massive investments in the infrastructure, such as the improved motorways, enlarged airports and the introduction of low cost airlines such as Ryanair and Easyjet. The property prices are low in Apulia and low means value for money at bargain prices for the international buyers. We see more and more foreign visitors coming to Apulia and in our opinion investments will show good growth in value because of the increased demand. Also from north Italians as Apulia has become the most popular holiday destination for Italians. But rest assure, no tourist villages will ever be built because in Apulia the coastline is protected and people are against modern developments which do not fit into this historical landscape. Therefore, with increased demand for a fixed and limited number of properties prices are bound to rise.
    • Directions: GETTING THERE: By air there is a choice of two international airports, served by Ryanair, Easyjet , BA and others, both easily reached; nearby Brindisi in the South in approximately 30 minutes and Bari in the North by car on the motorway in approximately 80 minutes.