Macchialunga, Polignano A Mare, Puglia, 70044 | Property for sale | Savills
1,001.04 sq ft(93 sq m)
Guide price €225,000(£189,112)

Macchialunga, Polignano A MarePuglia, 70044


    Key features

    • 3 bedrooms
    • 4 bathrooms
    • 93 square metres
    • 0.25 acres of land
    • Fantastic location near the sea

    Lovely 3 bedroom, semi detached villa in a small gated community in a sought after location close to Polignano a Mare, Catellana Grotte, and only 50 km from Bari international airport.

    About this property

    • This lovely 3-bedroom villa is ready to move in. It is located in an elevated position, about 5 km south-west of the renowned Polignano a Mare.
      This villa is perfect as an easy lock-up-and-leave holiday home, or as a rental investment for holiday lettings.

      The residential condominium La Macchialunga located in an elevated position on a fresh green heath was developed in 1980 and has 16 residential units, sharing a gated entry and communal driveway, a tennis court and an open, green area ; This property enjoys a corner position, offering extra privacy and tranquillity. With a private gate, the driveway leads to a large terraced parking area by the villa.

      The accommodation comprises a large covered veranda, a living room of 23 sqm with a fireplace, a separate fully fitted kitchen with access directly to the veranda, three double bedrooms ,all with air conditioning ,three bathrooms (two en-suites ), and two shower units. There is an outbuilding of 24 sqm with a storage room (16 sqm) with a sink, and a separate bathroom, easily converted to a one-bedroom self-contained guest annexe with a kitchenette.

      The villa has an enclosed garden plot of about 750 sqm, with a well-kept lawn and mature green plants. Oleander bushes and trees include two olive trees, pine trees, walnut, nespole and lemon trees, and a fig tree.
      The veranda of 25 sqm faces the beautiful garden, and is fully private and not overlooked.
      A spiral staircase leads up to the spacious roof terrace of 98 sqm. The views over green fields to the south, and across to the sea in the distance.

      Two neighbouring properties have swimming pools, so obtaining a building permit for a private pool should be possible.
      The condominium charge is 500 euros per year.

    Local information

    • Polignano a Mare is a town which stays open the whole year round! There are many places in town where you can find your groceries, fruit & vegetables, the local butcher, fish mongers, cafes and the ice cream parlours- which Polignao is famous for. You will also find many bars, restaurants, and shops. The beautiful seaside old town is built on a high peninsula with cliffs down to the sea. Polignano is one of the top spots in the whole of Apulia.
    • Polignano has a train station in town, and you can take the train from Bari airport. The train service enables one to go to places like Monopoli, continue to Brindisi, and visit Lecce, a beautiful baroque town - the Florence of Puglia.

    Additional information

    • Technical:
    • The property is connected to mains electricity and has a well. An electrical pump brings the water to the kitchen and bathroom, and several water outlets are in the garden for irrigation.
    • The kitchen is seven sq m and has a gas cooker with a gas tank outside.
    • All windows have mosquito netting and folding blinds in working order.
    • Ther is an A/C in the living room
    • The terraces on two sides of the house are 100 sq m,
    • Three is an extra terrace roof cover by the front door through a retractable blind.
    • Directions: A bigger town close by (10 km) is Monopoli by the sea - with supermarkets and all amenities. The old town is charming and offers a pleasant walk along the seaside promenade, passing the two harbours. The property is close to a main attraction in Puglia - the mile-long caves of Castellana Grotte; the archaeological excavations of the Roman Egnatia by the Adriatic coastline between Capitolo and Savelletri, an upmarket seaside town with an excellent range of restaurants. Not far away, you find the trulli houses of Alberobello- a UNESCO World Heritage site; the beautiful white city 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); Grottaglie, famous for its ceramics and old stone carvings; By air, there is a choice of two international airports, served by Ryanair, Easyjet, BA and others, both easily reached; Bari in the north in about 45 minutes and Brindisi in about 60 minutes in the south. Both cities have ferry traffic to Greece, Albania and Croatia, so it's possible to make weekend trips across the Adriatic Sea.