Countryhouse located in Contrada Cavallo, Lauria
40°04’00.7″N 15°51’46.2″E (40.066862, 15.862821)
– Property Description: The property is located in Lauria (PZ), few km from Lauria Nord motorway junction. Its size is 215 sqm, in E1 zone (“verde agricolo”) on PRG (Piano Regolatore Generale – Masterplan), allowing the owner to build a guest house or a villa. The property is set in a 20545 sqm plot., few km down below the motorway junction.
The villa will be connected to mains water and electricity, and there will be an LPG heating system. The area has good mobile phone reception for telephone and 3G internet. Renewable energy sources such as solar panels can be available on request.
– Ownership Details:
The property is being sold by auction. Viewing can be arranged approximately up to 1 week prior to the auction in order to prepare the necessary documents.
Disclaimer: L&G will act as buyer’s agent in the sale.
For further details, photos and floor plans, if not available online, please contact L&G Properties offices on +39.392.7786137 and ask to speak to Luigi Sibilla or, alternatively, please send an email.
“Due to our Ltd “Article of Association” and experience we are able, also, to offer you a “Property Search Service” (“Feasibility study” (art. 14 comma 1 DPR 207/2010)), giving our professional support when you buy properties from estate agents, and deliver a “built to order” project. Specifically the feasibility study is made by a report showing:
a) “As is” analysis with definition of Architectural, Geological, Bureacratic & Economic constraints;
b) Renovation/building work specification (what is possible to achieve, do’s & don’ts, cost, technical & landscape constraints, etc.);
c) Work specification analysis with alternative solutions specification;
d) Definition of environmental and landscape constraints (D.Lgs 42/04 e ssmmii) with renovation/building work definitiion (do’s & don’ts)
The property is located in the countryside, at few minutes drive from the village of Lauria.
The Lucanian Tyrrhenian coast comprises a 30 km stretch running from Punta del Crivi, just north of Acquafredda, to the Spiaggia “d’a Gnola”, south of the Secca di Castrocucco.
Approaching from the Valle del Noce, coming through Trecchina, all of a sudden the verdant landscape of woods in an exciting leap plummets to the sea. An unbroken chain of coves, promontories and islets stud the deep, deep blue of this stretch of the Tyrrhenian.
Maratea scattered over the mountains and along the coast seems to have been part of the land forever. The sight that meets the eyes can only be described as a small corner of paradise.
This coast, surrounded by mountains and a mantel of woods, has only been the destination of a tourist in search for places that offer rare natural beauty since the sixties. Yet Maratea’s natural surroundings are only the scenic backdrop to a land steeped in history and culture. A stay here offers the visitor the chance of a new awareness.
The sea is one of the cleanest in Italy (Maratea is equipped with one of the most avant-garde purifiers in Europe), and the coast is studded with hordes of small beaches and grottoes engulfed in uncontaminated surroundings.
The rocky sea bed is very deep almost from the coast and is ideal for observing sea life. And by the way, you should know that in the stretch of sea above Castrocucco a proposal for a marine park has been put forward to safeguard the eco-balance and the archaeological finds and a Roman villa with tubs like those found in Santo lanni, near Capo la Secca.
Navigation is facilitated by a tourist harbour which is very well-equipped and capable of mooring even larger vessels.
The centre of Maratea, with its characteristic medieval district offers a very pleasant stroll through the ‘vicoli’ (lanes) which not only offer the visitor the chance for some shopping but also a series of international, cultural entertainment with art shows, concerts of classical music as well as jazz and folk events.
There are many excursions organised throughout the entire Basilicata.
Another interesting feature of Maratea is the cyclopic statue of Christ the Redeemer, 21 m high and an arm span of 19 m. Dominating from mount San Biagio it overlooks the entire panorama where the view includes the coast and some of the hinterland.
To complete the description, hotel accommodation is quite remarkable. The restaurants are a treat and offer a range of the local Lucanian cuisine as well as the original dishes of some competent cooks.
Distance from airport: 203 km – Naples – 2h and 15min drive
Distance from beach: 30 km – around 40 min drive
Distance from ski run: 40 km – around 50 min drive