In the Valle della Cupa we are pleased to offer for sale an ancient monumental villa of approximately 1,500 square meters surrounded by a garden of old trees and citrus groves of about 6,200 square meters.
A separate dimension, this imposing villa (called Villa Misrachi) on two floors in Romanesque style with several level terraces.
The building, partly taken up, preserves some of the historical peculiarities of the time, such as the bas-relief base, the vaulted ceilings and the decorations on the ceilings of some of the rooms.
It consists of 33 rooms including rooms, rooms and services.
On the ground floor the large kitchen preserves the fascinating original structure, while the bathrooms, built at a later date, in need of restoration deserve a conservative restoration.
The terraces on the sides of the façade are wonderful, while in the courtyard garden we find the camphor tree famous for being the largest in Europe.
Small religious settlement in the cave in the splendid Italian-style garden.
Villa Misrachi was built in the nineteenth century in the so-called "Valle della Cupa", characterized by the presence of villas that from the 18th century onwards enriched it architecturally.
Monteroni is 7 km from Lecce, 20 km from the Ionian Sea, 37 km from Gallipoli, 50 km from Otranto, 35 km from Brindisi airport.