Comune di Pollica, località Casale – Lotto n. 5
40°12’17.7″N 15°02’56.6″E (40.204902, 15.049052)
– Property Description: The property is located in Pollica (SA), few km from Agropoli and Paestum area. Its size is 74 sqm, in E1 zone (“verde agricolo”) on PRG (Piano Regolatore Generale – Masterplan), allowing the owner to restore it and add an extra 674 sqm due to residential land allowance (Indice Fondiario 0.03 mc/mq). The property is set in a 74888 sqm plot., few km from the sea.
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.
L&G Properties Srls will build the house using local craftsmen and will issue the regular sureties when receiving each payment.
Due to our Ltd “”Article of Association” and experience we are able, also, to offer you a “Property Search Service” (Feasibility Study i.e. “Valuation Survey”: Surveys and property analysis (deeds, title search, urban planning compliance, etc.) & “Building & Structural Survey”: Preliminary design estimate and evaluation (building costs, budget definition)), giving our professional support when you buy properties from estate agents, and deliver a “built to order” project.
For a price comparison report, please check: https://wwwt.agenziaentrate.gov.it/servizi/Consultazione/ricerca.htm (Italian only)
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.
The town is a part of “Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park”, whose natural environment is made up of the “maquis shrubland” typical of the Mediterranean region.
It is a major tourist destination, especially during summer, because it has grown famous nationally for of its water quality, having earned the “Blue Flag beach” title and the “Five Sails” of Legambiente, an Italian environmentalist association, for several years.
Cilento e Vallo di Diano National Park is the second largest park in Italy. It stretches from the Tyrrhenian coast to the foot of the Apennines in Campania and Basilicata, and it includes the peaks of Alburni Mountains, Cervati and Gelbison and the coastal buttresses of Mt. Bulgheria and Mt. Stella. The extraordinary naturalistic richness of the heterogeneous territory goes hand in hand with the mythical and mysterious character of a land rich in history and culture: from the call of the nymph Leucosia to the beaches where Palinuro left Aeneas, from the ruins of the Greek colonies of Elea and Paestum to the wonderful Certosa of Padula. And everything else you can find in such an unexplored territory.