Property Details


Land Pranu for sale in Cagliari hinterland Sardinia

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  • Agent
  • Price € 55,000
  • Property ref
    s_min_pranu_55
  • Town
    soleminis
  • Region
    Sardinia
  • Country:
    Italy
  • Type
    Land
  • Condition
    Habitable
  • Land
    11,000

Description

Land Pranu -
Land with planning permission in Cagliari hinterland --
In Soleminis, about 3 km from the village, we propose a flat land with planning permission for a home, a warehouse and verandas.

details:
In Soleminis, in Località Pizz'e Pranu, 11,000 sqm flat land with planning permission for a 90 sqm house plus a 41 sqm warehouse and verandas. The property is entirely fenced and located about 3 km from the village. It has good road access to the SS387.
The foundations have already been realized. The electricity is close and the well is to be digged.
The infrastructure costs (Bucalossi) have already been fully paid. The price includes the doors and windows for the house and the warehouse.
Soleminis is about 20 km from Cagliari and the airport.
Free from the obligation of energy certification.
Price: euro 55,000.
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soleminis info
About 20 Km from Cagliari, the village of Soleminis (1834 pop.) lies in a hilly area of the Campidano of Cagliari, on the border with the mountains of Serpeddì.
In one of the most fertile areas in southern Sardinia devoted to agropastoral activities (vines, olives and cereals), this village is characterized by the production of bread and honey, the collection of herbs, and breeding poultry.

Numerous archaeological sites in the area are evidence of the presence of significant settlements since the prenuragic period .
The first mention of the village's name dates back to the eleventh century, when the village was part of the curatoria of Parteolla in the Giudicato of Cagliari. In 1258 the village was a possession of the Gherardesca family of Pisa, and in 1297 of the town of Pisa. During the Aragonese and Spanish domination the village belonged to several feudal lords. Abandoned because of plagues, the village, founded again in 1637 by the noble family of Vico, passed to the Amat family who kept it until rede

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Features

  • Open Fireplaces/s
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Pool
  • Air Con.

Views

  • Beachfront
  • Ocean View
  • Lake/River View
  • Mountain View

Local Amenities

  • Airport
  • Ski
  • Golf Course
  • Shops, Bars, Restaurants