This Farmhouse of 700 square meters covered, once called “La Magnolia” as for the imposing magnolia tree that characterizes the entrance of the property, today is divided into 2 areas developed on two levels: the Manor House and the Reception Area.
The Manor House, on the ground floor houses:
1 double entrance
1 large Living Room connected to the back part of the Farmhouse (once used as a restaurant room)
1 small Office
1 Professional Kitchen
1 Bathroom and an ante-bathroom.
While, on the first floor, it accommodates 1 bright Central Room, 3 Double Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 1 small Storage Room and an entrance to the small terrace.
The Receptive Area, on the other hand, on the ground floor presents:
1 Apartment with 4 sleeps and 1 Bathroom
1 Apartment that consists of 1 Double Bedroom, 1 Bathroom and 1 Kitchenette.
While, on the first floor, 4 apartments including:
two with 2 Double Bedrooms and Bathroom
two with 2 Double Bedrooms with Bathroom and Kitchenette
Inside the property there are, in addition, a suggestive square in front of the Farmhouse with typical local chianches and 1 small Soccer Field, to be recovered.
The Farmhouse, accessible from 2 different entrances, is surrounded by about 600 olive trees and by many fruit trees, with other fields that can be used for both arable land and new planting. The Farmhouse, accessible from 2 different entrances, is surrounded by about 600 olive trees and by many fruit trees, with other fields earmarkable for both arable land and new plantings.
The structure also consists of:
a cistern of about 400 quintals
an additional vitrified well of about 200 quintals of sanitized water
a large indoor parking lot.
Thanks to its peculiar structure, to its history and to the strategic context in which it is located, this Farmhouse, represents an excellent investment for both luxury housing and tourist-accommodation purposes. The presence of the independent apartments, of the spacious common areas and of the professional kitchen present within the structure, in fact, make it suitable for both hospitality and agritourism purposes, thanks also to the wide availability of cultivable land on the property.
The Historic 17th century Farmhouse nestled in the heart of the Itria Valley, is for sale in Ceglie Messapica (BR), in Apulia.
Ceglie Messapica is one of the oldest hamlet of the Apulia. Located in the heart of the Itria Valley, the town is just 40 minutes from Brindisi and from Taranto, and it represents one of the first settlements in Italy of the Messapians. The heart of the town, the historic center, is dominated by the Norman-Swabian-Aragonese Ducal Castle, which watches over the entire area. Thanks to its position, Ceglie, dominates the surrounding area, offering a breathtaking panorama.