Ancient palace with lift located in the historic center of the one of the most beautiful apulian city erected in 1548 and the reconstruction of the facade in the current prospectus on the year 1847.
The palace is divided in 5 floors for a total area of 1.305sqm (786sqm for residences, 186sqm atrium, 66sqm escales and lift, 245sqm terraces):
– basement of 59sqm: tavern/cellar
– ground floor of 331sqm: guesthouse (studio with 1 bathroom and mezzanine),
5 rooms (among living room, kitchen) 1 bathroom, dressing room and mezzanine
– first floor of 405sqm: residences with 14 rooms (among living rooms, kitchens, 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms) plus terrace of 20sqm and 9 balconies with ornaments
– mezzanine floor of 32sqm with 1 room and 1 bathroom
– second floor of 165sqm: attic of 5 rooms, 1 bathroom and terrace of 225sqm
Total Bedrooms: 3 (further 3/4 possible to obtain)
The property has – for each floor – with air conditioning (cooling / heating) system on floors for fans coilers.
The window frames are made of steel with shatterproof glass room with color and noise.
The internal frames – as well as the main entrance – originate in the early nineteenth century and completely renovated.
The floors – all in marble (with the exception of the guest floors and old of the ground floor and basement of local stone) – were made in 2001 (period of the restructuring of the entire building).
The bathrooms are all made of marble
Architectural elements and furnishings
– Three arches of the ground floor and almost all of the first floor are “star” consolidated, in their structure, in 2001.
– Four arches of the first floor are frescoed with paintings reproduced in 2001.
Brindisi Airport: 55km – Bari Airport: 174km
The Salento is sun-kissed year round. Alongside art, excellent Mediterranean cuisine, and genuine hospitality, the area boasts a fabulous landscape, ranging from the Adriatic coast and the marinas of Melendugno, Santa Cesarea Terme and Otranto, to the Ionian Sea and towns like Porto Cesareo, Portoselvaggio and Gallipoli.
Here, the Middle Ages are tinged with an Oriental hue and, in Grecìa Salentina, you can still hear ancient nursery rhymes in the Griko dialect. In towns like Melpignano ancient rhythms are turned into contemporary music at the Notte della Taranta festival.
A green peninsula fringed by two seas, this is a magical land in which mysterious dolmens and menhirs indicate the way, hidden amidst the olive trees and drystone walls of the countryside between Giurdignano and Minervino di Lecce. Take a hike and discover Early Christian churches and hypogeum olive-presses. Be sure not to miss the natural wonders of the sea caves at Castro and Santa Maria di Leuca.
A stroll through Lecce is a journey into the Baroque, with churches and palazzos embroidered in stone, and courtyards, secret gardens and a surprising Roman amphitheater in the heart of the city. In Brindisi, you can visit two castles and enjoy views from the Regina Margherita seafront.
The local cuisine boasts all the flavors of the Salento, which are best accompanied by excellent local wines.