Located in the center of the Valle d’Itria, in the territory of the municipality of Ostuni, in the Contrada Fantese, Làmia Antico is a suggestive and authentic structure immersed in the Apulian countryside between dry stone walls, olive trees and Trulli.
La Làmia is a rural building, originally built to act as a storehouse for tools or temporary shelters, now transformed into a small but cozy residence, set in a context that ensures absolute peace and tranquility.
The structure has a rectangular plan and is characterized by barrel vaults.
The perimeter walls of the Làmia are built of dry stone, while the barrel-vaulted roof is made of blocks of tufa stone.
The house consists of a kitchenette, a bathroom, a double bedroom and a veranda, all completely renovated with taste and refinement.
Around the building, a plot of about 4000 meters, used as an olive grove, completely fenced with dry stone walls and a gate to access by car.
Regularly connected to the electricity grid, it is equipped with a cistern for water supply and an imhoff pit for waste disposal.
The property is in compliance with building codes and town planning
- Completely renewed