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A newly remodeled farmhouse with a swimming pool in Valle d’Itria, Puglia, Italy

450,000 €
  • Total area
    80 m²
  • Land area
    10,000 m²
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
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  • Total rooms: 3
  • 1-floor building
  • Sea at 15,000 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Forest view

Set in a beautiful and unique rural setting typical of Valle D'Itria – Puglia –this farmhouse with pool has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and is surrounded by a hectare of land planted with characteristic ancient olive trees, Mediterranean scrub, almond and fruit trees.

From a long driveway surrounded by nature, you can reach the stone, arched entrance to the property, which is composed by a main building and an annex.


The main house has a habitable area of about 80 sq. m. and consists of an open-plan living area with built-in kitchen, 2 comfortable double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms equipped with all comforts, as well as a large veranda with a vaulted tuff ceiling and large arched openings overlooking the pool.

The careful restoration of the buildings led to the final result of highly valuable interiors, as similar as possible to the original structure and materials.

The architecture is typical of the Ostuni farmhouses, entirely made of tuff plastered with lime, in order to give it a rustic and original look. The floors and claddings are made with a light gray colored resin to resemble the old clay floorings.

The annex is lovely, with a habitable area of about 20 sq. m. and built with the typical whitestones of the area. It features a bedroom and a bathroom, so it’s a useful dependance for guests. The flooring in the annex is an original stone flooring from the 1800s.


  • a swimming pool with a salt system (10x4 m)
  • a gazebo
  • a garden
  • an artesian well
  • an underfloor heating system
  • a home automation system
  • an alarm and video surveillance system
  • an electric gate

Location and nearby infrastructure

  • Ostuni: 6 kms
  • Ceglie Messapica: 6 kms
  • Coast: 15 kms
  • SP16: 16 kms
  • Cisternino: 18 kms
  • Martina Franca: 24 kms
  • Savelletri: 31 kms
  • International Airport of Brindisi: 35 kms
  • Alberobello: 36 kms
  • Bari: 86 kms

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