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🏬#89 🥈86%  VISIT • €155k • typical • town • 1000m² mini-hub

Most plausible coastal property so far, could have lovely green courtyard and roof terraces.

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south Italy: Brindisi, Lecce
☃️6–13–17°C  🏖34–40°  ☀️11 days  ☔️9 days
OKAY  🔨 effort
OKAY  💰 cost
GOOD  🚃 transport
GOOD  ✈️ access
GOOD  🛒 shops
GOOD  🏙 towns
OKAY  🏇 activities
OKAY  ☀️ climate
DUBIOUS  🏔 nature
DUBIOUS  🌷 garden
OKAY  🏠 building
OKAY  🏘 neighbourhood
GOOD  📡 internet
DUBIOUS  ♻️ sustainability
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Environment flat, agricultural, unadventurous but pretty; coasts 20/40mins drive

Services everything; city 30mins train

Access station 5mins walk; Brindisi airport 30mins transit, Bari 2h15

Other Notes don't know that coast but it doesn't seem particularly nice, better on the west?
• only 5km from a giant coal power station, reputedly modern/scrubbed
• requires a fair bit of work but at least part of it is a basic house
• potentially difficult to add windows to existing structure due to being solid stone blocks
• 280m2 courtyard (one side shaded for summer, another sunny for winter) and flat roofs
• activities and nature are pretty limited except for the beach/sea
• simple small quiet town but Brindisi and Lecce are super close
• a few nice interior features
• seems to have dropped in price from 185k
• spans entire end of block thus onto three streets
• ugly exterior but typical, pretty school opposite
• top floor in two seperate parts 130m2+230m2 with 120m2 roof terrace; basement 650m2
• obvious possibility to extend for at least an extra 200m2
• basement is warehouse with wine/oil vats that needs complete refitting
• potential for underfloor winter heating using solar collectors
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Jacob Jay🎩 posted to Poll: an alternative approach?

#60 Institut Lamothe-Poulin sold at €65k. I'm going to proceed on registration of the co‑op ASAP so as to issue some preliminary membership contracts and actually know what solid commitments we have amongst us, rather than currently working on the assumption that only myself and a few others would be prepared.

I've earmarked the following for my next visits in the next week or two, so expect more videos!

  • #90 El Batán — in bad shape but cheap so the cost of local workers is probably ok given the excellent location and climate
  • #37 Minoterie de la Chalosse — whilst it has a similar work scope as Covilhã, is much smaller and natural next to a river / good village
  • #89 Complesso San Pietro — I'm in two minds as the countryside seems boring including the beach, good towns though

Maybe:

This is really all there is currently in the realm of reasonableness. Once contracts start being drawn up I'll evaluate more expensive properties, perhaps #78 Proença a Velha, #88 Alcoy. If you've leads or ideas, post them!