Penthouse with sea views in Santa Cesarea Terme
SANTA CESAREA TERME
The Penthouse is located in a family house on the pinewood of Santa Cesarea, with independent access from a common staircase and private elevator located in the garage. E'consists of living room, a covered porch and closed with glass windows,
kitchen and toilet/ laundry room, three double bedrooms, two bathrooms, utility room, patio/ garden that surrounds the whole apartment and roof terrace of exclusive property, connected with the house by an external staircase. The large terrace has a sea view at 180 degrees on the main front and the pine forest at the back. The property is in good condition but should be reviewed installations of bathrooms and possibly health. Possibility of building a swimming pool
Garage m² 53.00 (including access corridor elevator)
Loft garage m² 26.25
Apartment m² 150.00
Porch heal m² 39,00
Terrace/ garden apartment m² 180.00
Roof terrace m² 240.00
Santa Cesarea Terme is 51 km from Lecce and 92 km from the Airport of Salento (Brindisi).
The name reflects the cult of the patron saint of the country, and the specification is a spa.
Santa Cesarea Terme covers a green hillside sloping down to the sea. Arriving there, one is immediately captivated by the clear emerald sea, the green of the majestic pine forests, enchanting town characterized by Moorish palaces (most notably the picturesque Palazzo Sticchi), stately villas and simple modern buildings painted white. The rocky cliff overlooking the sea, full of stacks and prehistoric caves, is embellished by the cove of Porto Miggiano, where, in a blaze of light and color, the transparent sea kisses the golden sand.
For the riches that nature had generously lavished and the ease with which he could be reached, this land was, in time, a popular destination for people from Crete and the Aegean Islands, by refugees of Troy on fire and surrounding lands invaded by barbarian hordes. That approached the coast of Salento could not help but notice that sea zone, yellowish and nauseating, at the point where it would be kind Santa Caesarea. And 'the myth of Hercules to intervene to give reason for this wonderful phenomenon, inexplicable. And if the legend of Santa Cesaria has established itself in the early Middle Ages, it must be held that the superstitious dread for the sulfur sea was exceeded and in Sulfurea Grotta practiced medicine wetting against certain diseases. And 'from this change in the relationship with the source that initiates the human history of them and therefore the story itself of Santa Cesarea.