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a unique historic house in village old centre
House La Volta is located in via Roma, in the village old centre, right where the "Sa Carrela e Nanti", the famous equestrian event of the Santu Lussurgiu carnival, starts.
It is a very characteristic house, since it develops on three levels as usually for this kind of buildings, but consists of two real estate units that are joined on the upper floor by a vault that crosses a back alley.
The 135 sqm house has an excellent exposure, and comprises inside the kitchen, the living room, the sitting room, three bedrooms, a bathroom and the cellar.
The structure, which is also characteristic of this area, is made of stone, the wooden beam floors are partially already restored, and partially to be recovered.
Some important carved stone cornices, and some wrought iron railings inserted into the stone arches and in the railings are also interesting.
A part of the roof was redone in 2019 with insulation cork boarding (18 cm), another part is to be restored.
The renovation project is already approved, and the building permit, which is valid until March 2021, is renewable.
At the end of the work House La Volta will be in possession of all the requirements to obtain the certificate of habitability.
Santu Lussurgiu is a fascinating historic village in Montiferru in central-western Sardinia, halfway between Oristano and Bosa, about 30 km to the beaches of the western coast of the island.
It is a village that preserves the memory of the past in its architecture and, protected by lush forests, preserves the treasure of a myriad of springs.
Energy class G. IPE> 175 kWh/m2 per year - data awaiting certification.
Price: euro 55000.
Santu Lussurgiu info
A fascinating medieval village in Montiferru region, in central-western Sardinia, Santu Lussurgiu preserves the memory of the past in its ancient architecture, while nature triumphs around it.
On the south-eastern side of Montiferru, 500 metres above sea level, set in an amphitheater of volcanic origin and protected with lush forests, this village holds the treasure of a myriad of springs.
Santu Lussurgiu is a 2400 inhabitants medieval centre, halfway between Oristano and Bosa, and its name derives from the saint-soldier Lussorio who here preached before martyrdom (303 AD).
Once a renowned cultural centre, a summer residence of nobles and writers, as well as an anti-feudal stronghold, the village now offers its accommodations and restaurants to tourists who are attracted by the old centre, by culture and by archaeological and naturalistic excursions. At half an hour's drive, finally, there are the magnificent beaches on the west coast of Sardinia, like that of S'Archittu or Putz Idu.
Santu Lussurgiu, born around the church of Santa Croce originally consecrated to San Lussorio (1185), today is an ancient medieval village characterized by narrow cobbled streets and ancient tower houses, immersed in a landscape of rocks and woods, mainly chestnut and holm oaks.
The historical memory of the village is preserved by the Museo Della Tecnologia Contadina, set up in an eighteenth-century house, where two thousand objects of traditional activities are collected.
The agro-pastoral soul is expressed by the breeding of the red ox, from which high quality meat and milk for the cheese casizolu derive.
The first among the naturalistic excursions is the "route of the seven springs" of oligomineral water in San Leonardo di Siete Fuentes, a ghost village born in the twelfth century and inhabitated until the sixteenth century. Immersed in the San Leonardo forest we find its Romanesque church.
The route of the springs begins in Silbanis, then continues inside the village, in Su Sauccu, an old wash house, continues in the park at Funtana Longa, a stop with refreshment at Sa Preda Lada, and finally.
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