a structure of the late '600-700, some parts probably earlier, a historic building with a large underground oil mill and a small chapel partially frescoed, consisting of a large courtyard around which the various rooms from which it is composed develop. Warehouses, deposits and processing rooms on the ground floor. On the first floor the main house with large terraces overlooking the surrounding countryside and the greenhouses of Galugnano. In the basement an ancient underground oil mill. The structure is entirely built in Lecce stone with about one hectare of appurtenant land entirely fenced with a 3 meter wall. Inserted in a suggestive context and easily reachable from the SS Lecce-Maglie, adjacent to the SP375. It is located in a position which, although it is immersed in the Salento countryside, places it a short distance from towns and shopping centers. On request, it is possible to add a triangle of land of about 4000 square meters facing the SP 375 of over 300mt, which could.
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