Villanova Ostuni, a four bedroom villa with garden, garage on the beachfront
The villa is located in the heart of southern Italy, near the city of Ostuni,
where the ancient olive trees shimmer and the fertile red earth provides a paradise on
earth. It is in a gated community called Liberty Residence of the village, Villanova,
which is located equidistant (~50 km) between Bari and Brindisi. The house is just
200 meters away from a
small yacht and fishing harbor. Click here to go to the page
|You wake up and go to bed right beside the
Adriatic Sea. From the expansive veranda, one can throw a stone into the water, that
is how close it is. There is no structure or impediment between the house and sea.
The villa is in a small, gated community with access limited to those with rights to be
there. There is a secluded, small beach with small boat ramp right in front of the villa.
This part of the Adriatic flies the European "clean waters" flag.
Left: view of the Adriatic Sea from the living /
dining room window
Right: view of the Adriatic Sea from the master
The spacious, furnished 120 mē house (app.
1,250 Sq. Ft.) is full of natural light with a clear view of the sea from the bedrooms and
living room. It has an integral garage and cellar,
one full bath, and one W.C., four bedrooms,
furnished kitchen. There is a large open fireplace for
intimate evenings and for braising fresh fish. There is a flower garden
with greenery and shade trees surrounding the villa.
Front garden with driveway
entrance from a small Piazza
quick facts to whet your appetite:
|* The house is a stone's throw (40m) from the sea.
* Living room with fireplace and panoramic view of the sea.
* Large terrace accessible from living room and master bedroom with spectacular view of
* Small garden surrounding the house.
* 4 bedrooms, 1 full bath and 1 WC with master bedroom
* Garage and cellar underneath the house.
* Gated community
* Small harbor only 5 minute walk away.
* The largest nearby town (~10 km), Ostuni, is a spectacular hillside white-washed city
with old-style Italian charm and an active artists' community.
room showing fireplace
and stairs to cellar / garage
Just a few of the attractions include the imposing Castel del Monte
(Frederick II's octagonal castle), large underground caverns, prehistoric remains
(Dolmen), Alberobello's picturesque conical shaped houses called "Trulli",
excavations of ancient Greek settlements, and Cannae, the famous site of Hannibal's defeat
of the Roman Army.
Sale Price: $370,000 (US$)
We also rent the property: high season and peak season (1 July through 1 September),
$1,000 per week with a two-week minimum. For a month's commitment: $3,000.