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Campobello di Mazara(Trapani) Total area: 284 m²
Land area: 17,000 m²;
6 bedrooms; 6 bathrooms;
Air conditioners, heating, double garage,
• Total rooms: 11
• Sea at 2,500 m
• Car parks
• Sea view
The Land Where Lemons Grow – This is the story of the Baglio occupied by a note English family around 1816, builded on the rests of an Arabic house; in fact, “Baglio”, in ancient Arabic language, means “stronghold”. Arrived in 1806 at age 22, Benjamin Ingham was there to represent his family’s firm, cloth merchants from Leeds, but he was also on the lookout for trading interests of his own. In 1812, Ingham set up a winery just down the road. The newcomer was quick not only to introduce agricultural and oenological innovations but also to open up new markets for Marsala in Europe and the Americas. By the 1830s and 1840s, Ingham had become the wealthiest man in Sicily, by then importing and exporting, along with Marsala, olive oil, citrus fruit and sulphur, using his own fleet of ships to transport the merchandise. The property has the principal front on the road of connection among the delicious sea country of Torretta Granitola and Campobello of Mazara, Trapani, few distant from the splendid beaches of Tre Fontane. Now, the ancient property needs some cares, and occupies a surface of around 1,7 hectares, with a splendid rustic building, partially to restructure, with olivestree, grapevines and fruit trees, served by perennial cristal water of an well. The property is fit to be turned into the hotel, having already acquired from the Superintendence to the Belle Arti the necessary permissions. The property currently composed by four independent appartments with double bedrooms and bathrooms; is equipped besides of a great kitchen and a patio common, of a cistern for the reserve of water and inside a private and protect great Arabic garden. Half of this house is now for sale, at a very low price and a great bargain.
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