Referens: Charming Puglia (nord Salento)
- tillstånd: N/A
- Boyta i kvm: 900 m²
- Utsläpp rating: NA
- Trädgård: 350 m²
- Mark: 550 m²
Brindisi BDS: 53 Km
Bari BRI: 93 Km
Crotone CRV: 162 Km
Foggia FOG: 190 Km
- 01 Km Närmaste stad/inrättning:
- 15 Km Strand:
Your very own private hideout nestled in a peaceful haven.
The land is incredibly picturesque, tree-lined with tall, elegant plants, terraced, typical of Apulia with its drystone walls, olive groves, agaves and prickly pear cacti. Emerging rocks and a hundred-year-old carob tree add to the seductive magnificence of the location. A breath-taking panorama looks over the city of Taranto and the surrounding countryside, stretching to include the blue expanse of the Ionian Sea. On a clear day when the north wind is blowing, you can even make out the coastline of Calabria in the distance. From the garden you can enjoy the most spectacular sunsets.
Design the villa of your dreams, with an infinity pool surrounded by vegetation in a small Apulian hamlet: Roccaforzata. The village is perched atop a hill overlooking the surrounding countryside and the Ionian Sea in the distance. The location is strategic and privileged. In the village you can find all the shops and services you might need and the atmosphere is lively and welcoming, especially in summer. The piece of land, which is fenced, is located behind the Castle at the end of a small lane, and the driveway has full vehicle access. Within a 10-mile radius you will find white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. Taranto, the "City of Two Seas", is also only 10 miles away. Apulian hospitality and warmth, food and wine, culture and traditions, Martina Franca with its Baroque architecture, the famous ceramic works of Grottaglie, dolphins, canyons… all this and more is within your reach. Brindisi International Airport: 37 miles. For those who love nature and unbeatable landscapes. Because Apulia is authentic, spontaneous.
Around 9600 sq. ft, of which 5400-5900 are available for building works (Homogeneous Zone B1A - check with local authorities) and the rest to be used as private gardens.