We use cookies to optimise your experience on our website. If you continue we'll assume that you are happy to receive our cookies. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time.


For improved printing including floorplans use the print button on the page

print button

1 bedroom farm house for sale

Italy - Noto, Syracuse, Sicily


like this property?

Call: 03339 397600
  • Description
  • Floorplan (1)
  • Map

Key features:

  • LAND

Full description:

A rural house of approximately 500 sq. m, with a panoramic view.This house is on a plot of land of approximately 5,000 sq. m , in the close proximity to the Baroque town of Noto. The property, that has kept most of its roof made with Sicilian tiles, used to be used as a mill, and the old stone millstone is still standing. The land , which is mainly flat, boasts an olive tree grove on one part of it and a citrus fruit tree orchard on another. An excellent solution for someone wishing to live emerged in nature, yet not too far from the town.
Noto, in the province of Syracuse, is a petite, Sicilian Baroque gem, splendidly set within a rocky plateau and overlooking the Asinaro Valley.
An important hub during all its phases , Sicilian, Roman, Byzantine, and Arab - it met destruction with the earthquake of 1693, at the height of its original splendor. Yet Noto found a second life in its reconstruction, and became a magnificent city of art - not to mention an eventual UNESCO World Heritage Site, that includes Caltagirone, Militello, Catania, Modica, Palazzolo, Ragusa and Scicli.
The city's extraordinary beauty is matched by the other aforementioned cities, and thus defines the entire Val di Noto.
Such a result was perhaps more than worthy of the grand architects called in for Noto's reconstruction, almost all of them trained in Rome, the city whose Baroque architectonic style served as inspiration, but revisited. The restorations gave new life to the Valley, leaving behind jaw-dropping forms and structures that vary slightly city to city: from the dark grey, lava rock architecture of Catania to the luminous, honey-hued Baroque of Noto.

Its Medieval physiognomy - traces of the walls and castle, corresponding to old Noto - are still visible, and lie about six miles from the modern city. This Noto bears ample boulevards and piazzas with stairways leading to levels lower and higher of the city, all on a rather square-grid urban plan.
Among the principal piazzas, Piazza dell'Immacolata is fronted by the eponymous Church, while Piazza del Municipio is surrounded by four important buildings: the Palazzo Comunale, the Church of the Holy Savior (or Santissimo Salvatore, constructed 1791-1801), the Palazzo Vescovile, and the breathtaking Duomo di San Nicoḷ (finished 1771), dominating from on high a spectacular and scenographic staircase. Then, the Church of San Domenico (1727) rises over Piazza XVI Maggio, with its curvilinear facade and Dominican convent, characterized by a beautiful, rusticated portal. And the Church of the Crucifix (Crocifisso) preserves inside the Madonna della Neve or Madonna of Snows, sculpted by Francesco Laurana in 1471.
Beyond the Baroque spirit and aesthetics of the Val di Noto, ancient civilization shines just as brightly in the nearby Greek cities of Eloro, Camarina, Palazzolo Acreide (with its Greek theatre), Pantalica (with its Necropolis, also a UNESCO Site), Castelluccio (with its prehistoric village), and Tellaro (with its Roman Villa). One would do well to spend a few warm spring days discovering the area's magnificent and invaluable archaeological areas.
Still, Noto is absolutely ideal for a visit any time of year. Summer is the season to marry cultural itineraries with trips to the limpid Sicilian sea, while autumn welcomes those traveling the Val di Noto Wine Route (Strada del Vino) that passes through the six Comuni of southeastern Sicily: Palazzolo, Avola, Noto, Rosolini, Pachino and Ispica.
Historically called Neas in ancient eastern Sicily's Siculo Language, Neaton by the Greeks and Netum by the Romans, it was the Arabs who had final say on Noto's name. Indeed, the word noto has the same significance in both Italian and Arabic, and thus the city was so-named for its 'noted' beauty and grandeur.

This pin shows the exact location of the property as provided by the Advertiser

Nearest Airports*

  • Catania Fontanarossa (INTERNATIONAL), 40.2 miles

*Distances are straight line measurements. This feature is currently in beta.

Master Floorplan Image
To view this property or request more details, contact
Oikos Real Estate, Siracusa

Via Napoli 37 - 39 37-39 Noto Siracusa 96017
03339 397600  Local call rate
About Oikos Real Estate, Siracusa

In an evocative panorama of baroque monumental churches and palaces of almost inexpressible beauty, OIKOS Immobiliare is born. Real estate brokerage and tourism development agency, OIKOS bases its work on technological research and innovative proposals. Using professionals attentive to the quality of service allows customers to choose from a range of attractive offers ensuring maximum security and reliability.


This is a property advertisement provided and maintained by Oikos Real Estate, Siracusa (reference 25923) and does not constitute property particulars. Whilst we require advertisers to act with best practice and provide accurate information, we can only publish advertisements in good faith and have not verified any claims or statements or inspected any of the properties, locations or opportunities promoted. Rightmove does not own or control and is not responsible for the properties, opportunities, website content, products or services provided or promoted by third parties and makes no warranties or representations as to the accuracy, completeness, legality, performance or suitability of any of the foregoing. We therefore accept no liability arising from any reliance made by any reader or person to whom this information is made available to. You must perform your own research and seek independent professional advice before making any decision to purchase or invest in overseas property.

This property is marketed by:

Oikos Real Estate, Siracusa

Via Napoli 37 - 39 37-39 Noto Siracusa 96017
or call 03339 397600
Calling from outside the UK? 00390931839999

Spotted an error?

In order for us to help our agents maintain accurate and up-to-date information please inform the agent if you have noticed an error with this property. If you are the vendor, please contact your agent directly.