One Bedroom New Build Home, Carovigno, Italy
One Bedroom New Build Home, Carovigno, Italy
Euroresales Property ID – 9825984
For anyone who has ever dreamt of escaping to a brand-new Mediterranean paradise then this beautiful new house in the beautiful Puglia region of Italy could be exactly what you imagined.
This excellent new build features 1 bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, large living room and terraces on which to appreciate the wonderful surroundings.
This wonderful place not only offers buyers a potentially stunning place to live but also a fantastic investment in the holiday rental market thanks to the fabulous facilities and location in Carovigno, in the Puglia/Apulia region of Italy, which is famous for its breath-taking coastlines and charming, authentic Italian culture. The property is just 5km from some beautiful beach areas and is also under 30km from the nearest airport, Brindisi Airport.
The house is newly built with a private entrance, plastering , electrical systems, sewer and water systems , windows protection is also completely new.
Windows, floors and interior doors are yet to be installed, however, the positive to this is that they can be installed in a way that includes the new owner’s input and ideas, giving the property a personal touch often lacking when moving to a new home.
The property also features 1 bed-room, 1 bathroom, large living room, kitchen plus two beautiful terrace areas that are perfect for getting away from the drama and stress of daily life.
The town of Carovigno is relatively small and peaceful but still contains all the essential amenities such as supermarkets, bars, post office and a bank.
- 80mt2 house plus 40mt2 of terrace
- 1st floor house with private entrance
- 1 bedroom
- 1 bathroom
- 1 big-living room
- 1 kitchen
- 2 small terrace areas
- Close to local amenities
- Massive potential in the ever-growing holiday rental market
- Just 5km from many glorious beaches
- Just 27km from Brindisi Airport
- Just 5 km from Ostuni, The White City
About the area
Located in the upper Salento of Puglia where it meets the popular Valle d'Itria, Carovigno is a white-washed city that fans out from its caramel-coloured castle. With 17,000 residents, it is a pleasant small town but large enough to offer sights and services and a sense of local life. There are loads of good restaurants, and so many bakeries and pastry shops that your will power will be seriously challenged!
Located just five kilometres from the Adriatic Sea, the town has been tied to the coast since ancient times when it was a Roman port. The coat of arms depicts a dolphin with a cupid playing a harp, a colourful and whimsical nod to the mythological founding of the town by Arione, son of Poseidon who was saved by dolphins.
The history goes back even further to the Messapic people who were here prior to the Romans, but who left behind traces of their megalithic walls (which unfortunately didn't protect them from destruction by the Tarantini). It was caught in the crosshairs of the Punic Wars, and it seems the city was a revolving door of invaders and rulers - Byzantines, Goths, Normans, Swabians, Angevins, Aragons, and Venetians all come and conquered or ruled over the area through the centuries.
Carovigno's charm comes mainly from the Middle Ages when the sinewy narrow lanes, palazzi and castle were built. The Castello Orsini-Balzi defended the town against the Turks when it was a federal estate. The walls were extended and the massive fortress on the highest point to oversee the territory. It passed through several feudal families before becoming the seat of the Dentice de Frasso, the last lords, and the name that has remained on the castle since. It's an impressive structure with three towers, imposing walls and a chapel dedicated to St. Anna. The access is through the wholly charming Porta Ostuni archway.
The city boasts 14 towers in all, and the old city gates are attractive reminders of the past, especially interesting is Porta del Prete with its archways that make a covered walk. Around town, look for the pretty Torretta del Civile, Gothic-like arched Porta Brindisi which is actually two gates merged together, Porta Ostuni near the castle and the pretty churches that display country style artwork and decorations.
One of the great traditions of Carovigno that they still hold proudly is that of the "Nzegna", a 1,000-year old custom of flag-throwers (called sbandieratori, in Italian), a highly skilled display of pageantry. You can see them for yourself if you come for the Maria Santissima di Belvedere, the most important and devout feast day of the year, held in the days following Easter. The Nzegna honors the Holy Madonna with their skills, tossing the flags to trumpets and drums. There are many religious festivals here, though, one nearly every month, with a procession and devotion (and some food!)
At the sea, the star-shaped Torre Santa Sabina and coastal nature preserve have always been part of Carovigno's history and defence, today a natural-type environment for enjoying the beauty of the sea without being marred by over-development. Between town and the coast, the extensive olive groves are part of a park, as well, the "agrarian park of the olives", and Carovigno is one of only a handful of towns around Italy that have been awarded the prestigious Spiga d'Oro, a designation give to environmentally sound rural communities for the overall quality and cleanliness of their civil and agrarian practices.
See the short video below for a visual appreciation of nearby Torre Santa Sabina Beach:
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Via Santa Sabina 33
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