CAGLIARI - DONORI panoramic agricultural-touristic property for sale
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- Price € 380,000
- Property refdon_ri_380
- TypeFarm/Country House
"A good investment even in time of crisis? An agriturismo in Sardinia"
Donori (CA): in a panoramic country area 2 km. from the village, this beautiful agricultural-touristic property is in an area of 3.5 hectares. In the compound there are several completed buildings (240 sqm.), and others to be built, or at rough state. The completed buildings are three units (80 sqm. each) to be used as guest rooms; the main residence (135 sqm. + 170 basement and garage) is currently at rough state. The approved project comprises the building of a barn (250 sqm.) and of another building for guests (80 sqm.). The property has an artesian well with abundant water and an artificial lake for irrigation, a young olive grove and fruit trees. The installation of a photovoltaic shed (for 10 Kw) is already authorized. It is possible to buy an olive grove (9000 sqm.) nearby. Energy Class G. IPE> 175 kWh / sq m year - data awaiting certification. Negotiable Price: euro380000. email@example.com - www.sardahousing.com
The village is located in the region of Donori Parteolla, nestled between two streams along a slope of Mount Zurru. The presence of numerous water springs and the resulting soil fertility have facilitated anthropization since ancient times: we find in the area, in fact, several ruins of Nuragic and Roman ages, including some necropolis and the remains of a villa.
During the Middle Ages the village belonged to the curatoria Parte Olla in the Giudicato of Cagliari. The village, abandoned during the fifteenth century, was repopulated not before the half of the following century. Given the great fertility of its territory, Donori is a village with a strong agricultural tradition producing cereals, olives and wine (local vines as Bovale Sardo and Cannonau).
Inside the village you can visit the beautiful parish church of San Giorgio, built in late Gothic-Catalan style in late fifteenth century, with some Byzantine sculptures set in the bell tower. Nearby there is the country church of Santa Maria de sa Defenza, built in 1732. According to a legend, it was built by a bandit from Barbagia who was hiding on Mount Zurru. The feasts in honor of S. Giorgio and the Madonna de sa Defenza are April 24 and September 17.