A modern day villa in the area of Fasano exudes all the modern amenities combined with the historical traits of an age old Masseria with original stone walls and the character of Apulian architecture. Surrounded by green pastured with millennial olive trees, this area offers ideal conditions for those cycling, walking, or running through the quiet and friendly farming countryside. All modernised and fully restored to perfection, this villa now serves for holiday makers to create memories. All bedrooms are equipped with ensuite bathrooms and access to the outside terraces that wrap around the house.
A central living and dining room make up the heart of the house on the ground floor, with a modern day kitchen that lets in brilliant light in. Upstairs is a second living room set within the tower of the villa, with exterior access.
The outdoor terraces have cover that make it possible to dine during the hot summer days, under the shade and an extra shaded area, perfect to lounge around in soft seating. Brilliant aqua blue colors show off this inviting ambience of an amazing swimming pool complimented with a hot tub just behind, accessible by steps on either side.
If one were to reach the top of the house, a coffee table would await to enjoy the amazing sea views visible from the rooftop of the villa.
ABOUT THE AREA
Rich with the tastiest pickings from land and sea, Puglia, down in the heel of Italy, is a languid, sun-baked region whose food secrets are too good not to be shared.
Life goes on in Puglia as though the 21st century had never arrived. People live as their grandparents did: a bit of farming or fishing in the morning, a siesta from 1pm to 6pm (it’s worth noting that nothing is open after lunch) and in the evening, a swim, perhaps, a gentle promenade through town, and then a slow, hearty meal made from local ingredients.
Fasano is a town and commune in the Province of Brindisi, Apulia, southern Italy. It is the second most populated town in the province after Brindisi. It is located about 7km drive from the coast although this town is oozing with history and richness from its old cafés to eateries. According to a folk etymology, the name Fasano derives from the “Faso”, a large wild columbus dove (also represented on the civic coat of arms) which drank from the fogge, which was a type of swamp or pool in the open air formed from the water that flowed down from the surrounding hills. This area where the pool once was is now a communal garden
Closest mini market 4 km By car
Brindisi Airport: 45 min, Bari Airport: 60 min, Monopoli: 20 min, Ostuni Center: 30 min, Locorotondo: 25 min, Alberobello: 30 min Beaches: 5 min