in the historic centre of Galatina
In Galatina, in the region of Apulia.
70 km from Brindisi airport.
25 km from Lecce.
18 km from the sea.
17 km from Nardò.
|Land registry surface area :||200 m2|
|Main building surface area :||900 m²|
|Construction period :||19ème S.|
|Number of levels :||2|
|Ceiling height :||6 m|
One of Italy’s oldest towns, Galatina was originally a Greek settlement. Furthermore, its name appears to translate as “Beautiful Athens”. Nowadays, it is a quiet, little town, abounding with elegant Baroque heritage just like Lecce, its illustrious neighbour. This palace dates from the 19th century when the town still belonged to the Kingdom of Naples. Reached via a private courtyard, it stands above an impressive entrance supported on colonnades. Richly decorated stairways provide access to more than 900 m² of living space, all in a very good state of repair; a journey through time in an aristocratic, period interior. The noble or first floor is outstanding, still enhanced with numerous frescoes and decorations. The old stables have been preserved on the ground floor and a swimming pool could be installed in a 200 m² garden. The terrace, on the roof, dominates the historic centre and its Renaissance monuments, giving a vista, rich in promise, under the Salento’s peninsula’s benevolent sun.
900 000 €
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