SANTA MARIA DI LEUCA
Land of 6.000 sqm, with centuries-old olive trees, and Mediterranean scrub plants, such as mastic, figs and walnuts, with overhanging remains of ancient excavation walls, for the extraction of the local stone called tuff, (with which all the ancient villas, palaces, Masserie, Pajare and Lamioni) with a project in the approval phase, for the construction of a Villa and a Swimming Pool.
The property is located near the town of Santa Maria di Leuca, and exactly 100 meters from the road that connects Castrignano del Capo with the well-known Marina di Leuca. The latter is sought after by tourists of a high socio-cultural level, and is characterized by the presence of ancient villas in the center, especially facing the sea.
The land on which the project of the aforementioned villa stands is located 1 km from the sea of Santa Maria di Leuca. On the same there is an ancient dry stone Pajara dating back to around 1870, which can be restored and used as a Dependance.
The villa is all on the ground floor, has a covered area of 130 square meters, and is composed of a living room and kitchen, open space version, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, an external porch ensures a shaded area. An external staircase leads to the covered terrace of the house where there is a mini swimming pool and a pergola with a bougainvillea plant, a typical plant present throughout the Mediterranean basin.
The sale price of the land with the authorizations to build what is foreseen in the project is € 79,000
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Santa Maria di Leuca is 130 km from the Salento Airport (Brindisi) and 90 km from Lecce.
Leuca is a tourist resort famous above all for its nineteenth-century villas, built according to various styles for the most part by the architects Ruggeri and Rossi. Towards the end of the 19th century, there were 43 villas, many of which today are in disuse or appear to have been profoundly transformed compared to the past.
More precisely, Santa Maria di Leuca refers to 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 102 meters above sea level is one of the most important of Italy), while the Marina di Leuca is located further down and is between Punta Mèliso to the east, located at the foot of the promontory, and Punta Ristola to the west, the extreme southern edge of Salento. According to a nautical convention, the point of separation between the Adriatic coast (to the east) and the Ionian coast (to the west) is placed at Punta Mèliso. In reality, the official boundary, as well as natural and historical, between the two seas is given by the Canale d'Otranto, that is the strait between the easternmost point of Italy (Punta Palascia) and Capo Linguine in Albania.
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