- AddressContrada Conca d'Oro
- House Nr6
- Price€ 2.500.000
- SQM Garden2000
Masseria Notarangelo, a historic and splendid farmhouse with sea view, is located in a privileged position, between the hill and the sea, a few kilometers from Fasano and Savelletri and the hills of the Itria Valley, in Contrada Conca d’Oro.
This property represents the ideal choice for those looking for:
– the quiet of the Apulian countryside with sea view;
– an ancient and charming property;
– a valuable property to be transformed into a private residence or a tourist facility.
The architecture of Masseria Notarangelo and the panoramic views that can be enjoyed from it are of rare beauty, rich in the typical colors of Puglia: the blue of the sea, the intense red of the earth, the silvery green of the olive trees, the dazzling white of the lime.
Immersed in the centuries-old olive groves of Fasano, Masseria Notarangelo is an ancient historic residence, in the heart of Puglia, which owes its name to the aristocratic Notarangelo family, family of the Jacobin revolutionary Vincenzo Notarangelo, from whom the property was confiscated at the end of the 1700s. following the Bourbon restoration.
Masseria Notarangelo, in its current configuration, dating back to 1800, is the result of the progressive and harmonious insertion of various buildings. The oldest parts of the complex date back to 1600.
The Masseria has all the internal rooms with star or barrel vaults and retains the original floors in many rooms.
The farmhouse complex is in excellent structural conditions and stands, in a single and articulated two-level building, on the ancient and original local stone pavement that delimits the large square.
The main facade of the Masseria is characterized by almond-shaped balustrades and is embellished by the presence of a bell tower.
On the ground floor, on the side that extends towards the east, there is a chapel whose entrance is decorated with a beautiful baroque stone portal, with an inflected arch and oculus, surmounted by a sculpted noble coat of arms.
In the chapel, which has star vaults, the altar is decorated with a statue of the Madonna and Child, on whose sides are placed the stone statues of Sant’Antonio da Padova and San Domenico (18th century), sculpted by local artists .
The ground floor, which has a surface area of approximately 523 square meters, hosts various rooms, all perfectly preserved and which are structured around two side courtyards. These rooms, some equipped with fireplaces, were once used as peasant homes, warehouses, stables and mangers. In particular, a large room, surmounted by four star vaults, housed the large epigean oil mill of the farm, whose imposing stone mill is today located near the entrance to the property, as evidence of the ancient oil production.
One of the side courtyards on the ground floor is delimited on two sides by porticoes and houses a characteristic wood-fired stone oven. Also on the ground floor there is an ancient citrus grove, enclosed by high walls which served to protect the citrus fruits from the wind. Inside the citrus grove there is a path decorated with stone columns.
A comfortable two-flight staircase leads to the first floor where the master apartment is located, which, recently renovated, retains the original distribution of the internal spaces and, in many rooms, the original finishing materials.
The master apartment, of approximately 222 m2, is divided into a large room, a living room with fireplace, a dining room with large fireplace, kitchen, guest bathroom, single bedroom, two large bedrooms with en-suite bathroom.
Many rooms in the apartment have French windows to access the large and panoramic terraces that surround it on three sides and from which you can enjoy an enchanting panoramic view of the sea and the splendid surrounding hill, dotted with centuries-old olive trees, majestic carob trees and Mediterranean scrub .
The land surrounding the property extends for 43,000 m2 and is entirely delimited by typical dry stone walls; there are centuries-old olive and carob trees, as well as various fruit trees.
A large fenced space, preceded by an ornamental arch, contemporary with the farm, is used as a car park.
The structure of the farm is in excellent condition and requires a restyling of the ground floor to adapt the systems and spaces to the needs of contemporary life; the first floor is equipped with a heating system and air conditioners.
It is possible to build a swimming pool.
The spaces of Masseria Notarangelo and its location are perfect for creating a prestigious private residence, a restaurant with bedrooms or an accommodation facility.
In fact, the structure is easily accessible: it is surrounded by easy access roads and is located just 40 minutes from Brindisi International Airport and one hour from Bari International Airport.
Furthermore, the Masseria is located just 10 km from the San Domenico Golf Club of Savelletri and in a central position to reach the most beautiful places in Puglia and the most beautiful seaside resorts, both those located on the Adriatic coast, about 10 km away, and those of the Ionian coast, about 62 km away.
The splendid Lecce, known as the Florence of the South, is 1 hour and 20 minutes from the property; the magnificent city of Taranto, which was an important Greek colony of Magna Graecia and which has one of the most beautiful archaeological museums in southern Italy, is 45 minutes from the property.
Bari, the capital of Puglia, famous for its Romanesque churches, the Castle and the Church of San Nicola, is an hour and 10 minutes from the property.
Ostuni, a renowned tourist center, is located 20 km from the property; Cisternino is 10 km from the property; Polignano and Monopoli, among the most beautiful towns on the Adriatic coast, are 40 and 55 minutes from the property respectively.
The medieval town of Oria, with its castle built by Frederick II of Swabia, is 55 minutes away. Grottaglie, the city of ceramics, is 45 minutes away.