Aristocratic villa in the Monopoli countryside
This grand aristocratic nineteenth-century villa built entirely of stone measuring 1,000 square meters is located in the proximity of the archaeological museum of Villa Meo Evoli which recalls its architectural features.
The villa about 6 km from the sea is divided into two levels, see floor plans attached, is surrounded by 3 hectares park with Mediterranean trees and plants; furthermore 9 acres of cultivable land and regional stables and outbuildings.
This stunning villa would be an ideal project for a luxury residence and equally ideal property for its transformation in a health/spa resort or luxury accommodation.
Planning and furnishing
Should you require assistance, our architectural and interior designers team based in Italy would be happy to assist you in the choice and sourcing of furnishing to retain this property historical integrity.
Monopoli is based on old seafaring traditions roots has really old origins. The first settlement was a huts village known also by Mycenean sailors and founded during the Middle Bronze age.
The port of Monopoli, dominated by the imposing Aragonese castle is divided into a northern part of the most modern, recently converted to commercial traffic and tourism and a more ancient and picturesque southern part, where the fishing boats are moored.
This pretty town has many church-caves with fine frescoes from the Byzantine school within the urban area; the church of Madonna del Soccorso, Santa Maria Amalfitana and San Leonardo on request can be visited. Walking around the small streets in the historical center of Monopoli in order to discover churches now closed to worship, could be a different and interesting tour as well.
At Christmas time, fortunately, many of these open their doors for cultural events or Nativity Cribs.
Please note that this is not the exact address of the property, but only an indicative location.