参考: ONLY 7 KM FROM COMISO AIRPORT - Masseria with land
居住面积: 1471 m²
土地: 30768 m²
最邻近的城镇设施: 3 Km
海滩: 10 Km
Catania CTA: 71 Km
Reggio Calabria REG: 156 Km
Palermo PMO: 191 Km
Trapani TPS: 214 Km
The Masseria is only 7 km from Comiso Airport and comprises a large two-storey house of 676.46sqm and a volume of 3255 mc and two side buildings of approx. 795.07sqm and volume of mc. 2977.63 that, together with the main one, compose the central courtyard.
The private land of approx. 30.768 sqm with ancient olive trees and carob trees surrounds the rural settlement .
If you want to build a rural accomodation facility, you can take advantage of the greater volume determined by the surface of the land.
The whole farmhouse in its context is an example of constructive elegance.
On the ground floor, the rooms of the former oil mill for the production of olive oil are covered by cross vaults that were used to frame the large lights below. The millstone will be preserved and used as part of the furnishings of the main body.
The province of Ragusa has always been a key player in the Sicilian tourism economy thanks to its monumental heritage of Baroque historic centers, natural environment and the resource offered by the seaside resorts. From a geographical point of view, the province of Ragusa is located on the southern part of the Iblei mountains and is the most southern provincial capital of Italy, a short distance from one of the three capes that characterize Sicily. The most remarkable feature of Ragusa is that the old town of Ragusa Ibla stands on a hill, while the new part, Ragusa Superiore, lies on the west side up to the plateau.
What’s more Ragusa Ibla, Modica, Scicli are UNESCO heritage sites famous for Baroque monuments. The geographical location of Comiso is very interesting because it is a 20 minute drive from the airport, the sea and the golf courses of the Donna Fugata Resort, while the cities of Ragusa Ibla, Modica, Scicli are around 20 km away. (40 minutes by car)
The area was the set of the TV series "Inspector Montalbano"