Property Description ID:32904531
Villa I Giardini - Large interior in a period property with pool and garden In LocalitÃ Su Spantu 3, in Capoterra, Villa I Giardini is 13 km from Cagliari, in an area close to services.It is a period property, dating back to the 30s, that was restored fifteen years ago.The villa of about 200 sqm consists of a large entrance with a central living room, a large kitchen with dining area, four bedrooms with four bathrooms with bath or shower. From the dining area you enter a large covered terrace. The 5000 mÂ² garden offers a beautiful lawn, an orchard, some cypress trees and a giant Ficus. In the garden, finally, there are also the pool, the Sardinian oven, a large garage of 60 sqm, and a canopy. A large tank provides irrigation with well water. Energy Class G. IPE> 175 kWh/sqm year - pending certification data. - Price: euro690.000. - Capoterra short infoThe municipality of Capoterra (24,000 inhabitants), 17 km from Cagliari has become one of the most important growth centers in the island.Its territoryIn a very favorable position in the southwest of Sardinia, Capoterra offers a wide variety of environmental landscapes: from Monte Arcosu, the largest protected natural oasis in Europe, to Maddalena Lido, with wetlands inhabited by pink flamingos, to the residential mountain area of Poggio dei Pini, one of many hamlets that were created with the desire to escape from Cagliari.Economic resourcesThe territory of Capoterra has experienced in recent decades a radical transformation in the handicraft, production and commercial activities.Historical events were certainly not conducive to the socio-economic development of Capoterra population, which over time could nevertheless survive by practicing agriculture, grazing and other activities for the exploitation of local natural resources.In the early nineteenth century, the innovative activities of the Marquis Stefano Manca di Villahermosa helped create the foundations of the future local economic development. The village will then consolidate its agricultural vocation and promote the flourishing activity of the early twentieth century in the wine and dairy sectors.Even today the greatest resource of Capoterra is agriculture, which is flanked by grazing and a number of small industrial, commercial and craft activities.Needless to say, the presence in the municipal territory of a coastal area and a of a environmentally very rich mountainous area stimulated many activities related to tourism in these areas.Hamlets of Capoterra: Santa Rosa; Poggio dei Pini; Residenza del Poggio; Frutti d'Oro 1, 2, La Vigna; Residenza del Sole - (Coop. 1000); Rio Santa Lucia; Torre degli Ulivi A, B; Su Spantu 1, 2, 3; Petite Residence; La Maddalena Spiaggia; Picciau; Rio San Girolamo - (Coop. 100 - Le Case del Sole).
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