The farm is located on the extreme edge of Italy, in the Municipality of Patù, along the road that leads to the sea, just 3 km away.
The farmhouse in Salento, as reported on the keystone placed on the entrance door, dates back to 1760. The area where this farm stands is Vereto, a very ancient Messapian city. Vereto is an open-air museum.
The farmhouse Campanelle in Salento has a covered area of 290 square meters and stands on a plot of 8,000 square meters, with the possibility of buying another adjacent land of about 6,000 square meters at the price of an additional 60,000 euros.
Also on the land, there is a building of 60 square meters intended for storage that can be used as a Guest House.
Some archaeological studies have established the presence of a wall of 4 km in addition to the discovery of numerous finds of various types (vases, oil lamps, capitals, small work tools).
It is possible to request authorizations and build a swimming pool.
The entrance to the farm is characterized by a barrel vault. A large fireplace is still visible in one of the rooms. Along the wall of the room that housed the cattle, there are still the ancient mangers.
The farm can be used as a private residence or become a charming structure for tourism.