- NEW built 2-bedroom villa
- SOUGHT-AFTER position in BEAUTIFUL valley
- PANORAMIC westerly views
- Full length ROOF TERRACE
- West facing veranda
- Garden 1000 sq m
- 12 restaurants within 4-10 minutes
- Main town Fasano 6 km
- To the ADRIATIC beaches 12-15 minutes
- Brindisi/Bari airports 58 km (39 min)/ 78 km (50 min)
In Valley D’Itria you find this exciting newly built 2-bedroom villa. It is fully furnished and the price includes all furniture and ready to move in. The villa comes with all certificates and complies with current laws and regulations.
The valley is called Canale di Pirro, which is beautiful with all its vineyards and orchards and stretches for 13 km.
In the small residential hamlet of Cocolicchio is this villa one of five. The private road leads up to the gated entry. Inside you have the garden of 1000 sq m and the attractive red-painted villa.
The veranda is west-facing and coming inside,there is the lounge with fireplace, a modern kitchen with gas cooker, dish washer, and free standing fridge & freezer. The hallway takes you to the east facing double bedrooms and modern bathroom.
To the rear side, a spiral staircase leads up to the spacious roof terrace with stunning westerly views of this amazing valley.
The location is great and within 4-10 minutes you reach 10 restaurants.
Our Italian partners offers property management and letting services.
2 A/C inverters to cool and heat
Private septic tank
THE FORMATION OF THE CANALE DI PIRRO VALLEY
The valley is a large karst depression, more precisely a Polje, connected with a fracture system and between the municipalities of Putignano, Castellana Grotte, Monopoli, Alberobello and Fasano.
The slopes bordering the Channel Pyrrhic are different: the northern part called Selva di Fasano, is quite steep and straight line; the southern one, affected by the path of the aqueduct, is more sinuous and modeled more gently. The difference in height between the bottom of the channel and the plateaus above is between 75 and 100 meters. The entire Channel Pirro is on the contour line of 375 meters.
In two old parchments dated from the 11th century, the channel Pirro is called “Channel of the Pile”, probably due to the presence of numerous tanks in the area, called just “cells” and used for the collection and storage of rainwater that flowed from the hillsides. Usually the tanks consist of circular mouths with stones. Today’s name has changed from the past language’s original name.
Fasano is an attractive historical municipality of 40 000 inhabitants. It has sea views towards the Adriatic sea. Excellent public transportation by train to Bari or Brindisi. By car it is 40 minutes to Brindisi and 55 minutes to Bari, the two international airports. The nearest beaches are located in Savelletri and can be easily reached in 15 minutes.
By car it’s 5 minutes to the small centre of Selva di Fasano for groceries, cafes and restaurants.
The main town Fasano, with 40 000 inhabitants, has an excellent supply for all shopping needs and here you find pharmacies, banks, cafe’s, bars and there are half a dozen of butchers, fishmongers and more than 15 small fruit & vegetable shops, including mini markets in many corners.
The distance to the nearest beaches is about 13-20 minutes downhill to Savelletri, a small charming fishing village. Here is nice to take a pre-dinner stroll along the shore, having a drink at a seaside terraced bar and dine at one of several restaurants serving fresh seafood, fish and
The property has the advantage of being centrally located between areas of interest such as the mile long caves of Castellana; the archaeological excavations of the Roman Egnatia by the Adriatic coast line; the Trullo houses of Alberobello- an UNESCO World heritage site: the beautiful white town of Ostuni, located on top of a hill with fantastic sea views; the medieval town of Oria; the wealthy baroque town of Martina Franca; the petite and charming Cisternino, the Zoo Safari Park of Fasano (lots of fun for children and adults alike); the caves of Polignano a Mare, well known also for its tasty ice-cream; Grottaglie famous for its ceramics and old stone carvings; the famous baroque city of Lecce which is called the Florence of the south.
By air there is a choice of two international airports, served by Ryanair, Easyjet , BA and others, both easily reached within the hour; Bari in the north and Brindisi in the south. Both cities have ferry traffic to Greece, Albania and Croatia so it’s possible to make weekend trips across the Adriatic Sea.