APULIA-ITALY-luxury BUILDING built in 1862. The delivery location to the property a particular value at the intersection of Corso Garibaldi and Via Roma, at 200 m. from Ciaia Square and the historic town of Fasano. The Palace is in fact 2 side of the block, with 5 views on Corso Garibaldi, one of which is the representation of the score of the prospectus, and 4 views on Via De Giosa, tributary of Corso Garibaldi Street. Over the entrance door, you can cross the hallway to reach the citrus garden with lemons, oranges and tangerines. The scenographic staircase allows you to overlook the Atrium entrance and garden with its pointed arches that define the stairwell. The representation of the piano nobile are turned to Pavilion with frescoes of the time of construction in excellent state of preservation. Instead, the kitchen is barrel-vaulted with lime milk scialbatura. Particularly striking is the stove is no longer in use but kept with the stove and the copper cauldrons. The fair, otherwise called "Gallery", is decorated in contemporary style with upholstery in "France"/damask curtains. The renovation was completed in 1985 allowed the small toilets in bedrooms, connection to urban gas network and installation of a heating system with cast iron radiators. From the kitchen you can access a service staircase which leads into Via De Giosa, with independent access, and scale that leads to the sunroof, about 300 sqm. from where you can see the sea of the coast, and the of Fa?ana savelletri hills of Selva di Fasano. The same staircase leads to a bedroom with bathroom and a work area. The garden takes a local storage access, with subordinate, approximately 16 sqm. Some rooms on the piano nobile were used as a film set for films, short films and TV programs.