We are in Salento, a short distance from the beautiful Marina di San Gregorio and the spectacular cliff of Ciolo. In the small village of Patù we present an ancient 18th century manor house "Le Corti Di Begio". Initially constituted by the original nucleus, the current "La Canonica" was enlarged with the buildings today called "Le Scanzia", "Le Sorelle Due", "Le Lamie" and "Le Pile". The house, completely enclosed by a beautiful drywall, is divided into six courtyard houses each with its own private and exclusive outdoor space and united by a large garden, a relaxation area and a heated swimming pool with whirlpool, barbecue corner and external cooking corner and from the underground cellar with barrel vault transformed into a reading space. The covered surfaces are 630 sqm and the external ones 1335 sqm. The careful renovation and the use of autochthonous materials, Carparo, Soleto stone, Lecce stone have enhanced the eighteenth-century vaulted ceilings, the lime-colored irregular walls, the fireplaces and the cisterns for collecting rainwater . For this reason the property boasts the victory of a coveted international architecture award. The Dimora has a shaded internal parking with automatic gate, a 9 Kw photovoltaic system with on-site exchange GSE with bimonthly income, solar thermal, hot / cold air-conditioned heat pumps, gas boiler, 3 water collection tanks and 1 authorized artesian well. The Corti Di Begio welcome those who want to make it an exclusive personal home and those who want to present them as a residence for guests, to let them always feel at home.