Sale Independent villa, facing the sea in S. Maria di Leuca, to be restored - Castrignano del Capo

Independent villa, facing the sea in S. Maria di Leuca, to be restored

Litoranea S. Maria di Leuca
foto immobile  Villa Indipendente, fronte mare a S. Maria di Leuca, da ristrutturare n. 9

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Cod. 104
Castrignano del Capo
Santa Maria di Leuca
€ 330.000
To Be Restored
House Area:
147 m2
Garden Area:
4.000 m2
Energy Class:

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Public Aqueduct Public Aqueduct
Wi-Fi Wi-Fi
Barbecue Barbecue
Irrigation Irrigation
Hydromassage Hydromassage
Alarm Alarm
Sea View Sea View
Swimming Pool Swimming Pool
Terrace Terrace
Balcony Balcony
Furniture Furniture
Air Conditioning Air Conditioning
Private Heating Private Heating
Garage Garage
Garden Garden


Santa Maria di Leuca

Independent villa facing the sea, 50 meters away, consisting of a veranda in front with a beautiful sea view, consisting of three bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom, for a covered area of ​​approximately 130 square meters. In addition to a pajara (trullo) adjacent to the villa .
The land has a size of about 4000 square meters, olive grove and fenced by dry stone walls.
Possibility to build a swimming pool with sea view for 40 square meters.

The house needs to be completely renovated. Possibility to buy it renovated, finished turnkey.

Contact us and we will carry out, for you, turnkey, the renovation and completion works according to your wishes ... All this with D'AMICO IMMOBILIARE!

Santa Maria di Leuca is 130 km from Salento Airport (Brindisi) and 90 km from Lecce.

Santa Maria di Leuca In the past it was administratively divided between the municipality of GAGLIANO DEL CAPO for the part where the Sanctuary of Santa Maria de Finibus Terrae is located, and the municipality of CASTRIGNANO DEL CAPO, for the part between Punta Ristola and Punta Meliso. Leuca falls entirely within the municipality of Castrignano del Capo. More precisely, Santa Maria di Leuca means the area above the promontory on which the Basilica and the lighthouse are located (which with its height of 48.60 meters and its location at 102 meters above sea level is one of the most important of Italy), while the Marina di Leuca is located further down and lies between Punta Mèliso in the east, located at the foot of the promontory, and Punta Ristola in the west, the extreme southern edge of Salento.

At Punta Mèliso, according to a nautical convention, the separation point between the Adriatic coast (to the east) and the Ionian coast (to the west) is placed. In reality, the official border, as well as natural and historical, between the two seas is given by the Otranto Channel, that is the sea strait between the most eastern point of Italy (Punta Palascia) and Capo Lingumento in Albania.

Since October 2006 the territory of Santa Maria di Leuca is part of the Costa Otranto - Santa Maria di Leuca and Bosco di Tricase Park established by the Puglia Region in order to safeguard the east coast of Salento, rich in valuable architectural assets and important animal species and plant. A famous legend tells that Santa Maria di Leuca (or perhaps Porto Badisco) would have been the first landing of Aeneas. Subsequently, Saint Peter would have landed here, who, arriving from Palestine, began his work of evangelization, to then reach Rome. The passage of San Pietro is also celebrated by the Corinthian column of 1694 erected on the square of the Basilica, recently renovated. A staircase of 296 steps connects the Basilica to the underlying port, framing the monumental waterfall of the Apulian Aqueduct which, ending in Leuca, flows into the sea.

In Leuca there is one of the various Italian Air Force offices, which daily carries out meteorological forecasts.

Leuca is a tourist resort famous above all for the nineteenth-century villas, built according to various styles for the most part by the architects Ruggeri and Rossi.
Towards the end of the nineteenth century there were 43 villas to be precise, many of which are now in disuse or appear to have been profoundly transformed compared to the past.

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