A perfect home if you love the luxury of the past
In Nuraminis, just twenty minutes from Cagliari, we offer a wonderful old Campidanese house finely restored in part.
In the old centre of Nuraminis, a village with agricultural tradition near Cagliari, Casa Mariposa is a beautiful Campidanese house, built in ladiri (the Sardinian mud-brick), that was partially finely restored in keeping with the style of the early 20th century, and has original floors in excellent state.
Casa Mariposa, located in via Dante, stands in a 1400 sqm area and also features an artesian well.
The 280 sqm main building is on two levels, and in the large garden there are: a utility area, a vegetable garden, a 50 sqm warehouse in ladiri to be restored and another 100 sqm warehouse with a very high ceiling, located next to the old portico, also to be restored.
The ground floor of Casa Mariposa was renovated (with humidity control systems), while the upper floor was renovated, but left at rough state. The roof is new.
On the ground floor we find the entrance, a large hallway with the staircase, the kitchen, the dining room, a study room, two bathrooms, the pantry room and a master bedroom, in the sleeping area. A beautiful 30 sqm loggia overlooking the garden completes the floor.
On the upper floor there are: a very large room, two large rooms and two small rooms. Everything is built in restored ladiri, plastered with lime, and prepared for the bathrooms. The heights are suitable for mezzanines.
The house features heating with radiators and is prepared for heat pumps.
Property with habitability certificate.
Energy class G. IPE> 175 kWh/sqm per year (data awaiting certification).
Price: euro 250000.
Nuraminis short info
The village of Nuraminis, in the Campidano of Serrenti, less than 30 km from Cagliari in Sardinia, is located near the Carlo Felice road (SS 131), which at the time of the Romans was the way towards the north of Sardinia.
The territory is flat and, what is typical for this area of the island, from the Neolithic up to the early Middle Ages shows a strong anthropization as documented both by findings of material culture (ceramic, lithic, and numismatic fragments) and by wall ruins.
There are numerous archaeological finds in the territory of Nuraminis, already known in the second half of the 1800s from historical-literary sources in which the walls, ruins and necropolis were generally mentioned as antiquities.
From the archival documents of the Catalan-Aragonese period we also know of the existence of populated and depopulated “villas”, belonging to the medieval Curatoria of Nuraminis, whose names can be found in the current toponymy.
The parish church of San Pietro, built in Gothic-Catalan style in the centre of the village, preserves part of the original structures in the bell tower and in the apse. Some altars, the refined niches and some marble fragments of the Byzantine age are also of particular artistic value.
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