- Updated On:
- May 19, 2023
Sea front apartment complex Le Colonie —
a wonderful location for a great investment —
In Carloforte, on the Island of S. Pietro south-west of Sardinia, the complex of buildings Le Colonie is situated directly in front of the sea in an area near the village that is part of an urban area C.
More than 3,200 sqm of built area are being redeveloped into residential or tourist complex, which will include 24 housing units of various types, from two to four rooms, with the possibility of purchasing cellars of various sizes separately.
There is a beach at the rear of the complex, but swimming pools can be built, if the condominium decides,
Since cars cannot access the houses, but have to stop in the parking lot at the entrance, silence and tranquility are guaranteed.
The beautiful location and the perfect privacy make this property a surely successful investment.
The photos are not updated: the works are practically completed.
Energy class G. IPE > 175 Kwh/m2 per year – data awaiting certification.
You find below the general floor plans and plans of some apartments, followed by renderings of their corresponding position in the complex.
Prices of the available apartments, which include 1 private parking space and solar and photovoltaic panels:
- Apartment 13 – Euro 350,000 + VAT with sea view;
- Apartment 14 – Euro 350,000 + VAT with sea view;
- Apartment 19 – Euro 250,000 + VAT (rather large internal courtyard, with double garden).
Prices of the cellars with availability to be checked on buying: n. 2 cellars, to be paid separately, euro 12,500 + VAT each.
Borgo Santa Barbara
Consisting of five large buildings, covered by roofs supported by wooden trusses, this complex in the nineteenth century was used as a deposit for the mineral extracted in the Sulcis Iglesiente area. Still today you find in front of the building the Banchina dei Galanzieri, that was used in the past for loading and unloading the mineral. Around the 1950s the transport of minerals to Carloforte experienced a slow and inexorable decline, and the warehouses were abandoned and transformed into a marine colony for the miners’ children, until the 1980s.
The restoration work fully preserves the original volumetric structure and aims to preserve the uniqueness of the original architectural features of this beautiful 19th century complex as much as possible in the redevelopment work.