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230,000.00 EUR House Sell Italy, Uggiano la Chiesa

Property Attributes

  • ReferencesA935ED71-2268-BC3E-7F9B-F17FF5FF13A4
  • Price230,000.00 EUR
  • LocationItaly, Uggiano la Chiesa
  • Address
  • Part of cityNot specified
  • StatusSell
  • TypeHouse
  • Floor size320.0
  • Rooms1
  • Building typeOther
  • HeatingVerygood
  • ConditionVerygood



Typical of household tenement built in 1800 added to the urban context, to Uggiano the Church, in the province of Lecce, a few km from Otranto and Porto Badisco, a seaside resort known as the "Landing of Aeneas." It is a private residence with access through an ancient porch, extension of 250 square meters, placed mainly on one level, to which must be added a cellar of 50 square meters, consisting of two rooms with vaulted ceilings, and a cave gods 20 sq.m. carved into the rock, formerly used as a storage timber. The property consists of 6 large rooms, three of which with vaulted ceiling and three, is arranged around a central courtyard of 80 square meters, where there is still the old wash house, where you have access to the stable and to another room with a barrel vault, where there is a fireplace with a wood stove. The cover features the characteristic workable system of "lammie", from where you can also see the sea. The building, already partially habitable, is in good condition and in need of routine maintenance. There is no farm in Puglia that does not bear on its walls the story of an old relationship, love and respect between man and nature. They were, in fact, built in a certain way, because he had to be functional to the lord, then the farmer, but at the same time could also be the place of production, labor, storage. The name comes from "Massai", set of rural properties with large estates, real citadels autarkic, with defensive capabilities, where we see still watch towers and mighty walls. They are found as isolated small autonomous villages and have different origins and functions, such as farming, agriculture or, as in the royal farms of the '400, control function of transhumance. Heir, structurally and economically speaking, the Roman villa of the late Roman Empire, with a production company and a closed loop, it will become over time a smart land use, which will eventually result in forms of living, economic and even cultural nearby citt


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