In Contrada Tanzarella, not far from the center of Cisternino, a detached house that stands on an ancient trulli structure enjoys a splendid view of the village on the side of the historic lookout.
Overlooking the railway to the property is accessed via a convenient track up to access a large square for more parking spaces.
The land of relevance, planted with olive trees, is around 2000 square meters.
The structure is on two levels, for a total of 110 square meters. While on the lower floor there is a large garage and a kitchen room, which is served by a bathroom and storage, upstairs there is the main body.
A large terrace in front of the entrance overlooks the panorama of the village of Cisternino, from here you enter an area with veranda, very lit, through which there is access to the eat-in kitchen, on one side, and the dining room, the classic entrance of the ancient trulli structure. Laterally other cones offer space for a living area, while on the other side two large bedrooms and the bathroom complete the property.
The solar paving offers another storage room and a large terrace area above.
The property is served by heating, black well and cistern but consider the simplicity of the connection to the aqueduct.