Thanks to its position, which intercepts two pilgrimage routes, it has always been an ideal passage point for travelers. Subsequently, for a long time it was used as a farm. The restoration work, which began in 2006 and lasted for about five years, was dedicated to maintaining the characteristic elements of its history, such as the walls which in some points are over a meter thick, the wooden beams and the brick arches. This historic jewel has been transformed into a luxurious 600 square meter residence, which amazes for its perfectly integrated elements of tradition and design.
On the ground floor the rooms open onto a beautiful internal courtyard, with an olive tree in the center. Here there are two large halls, one of which with a modern iron fireplace in the center of the room. There is also a spa with a fitness area, a kitchen and two bedrooms with two bathrooms. From one of the two living rooms you enter the large mezzanine, where there are four other bedrooms with as many bathrooms.
The property also has 32 hectares of land between olive groves, fields and wooded areas, which also includes a splendid area outside the villa, characterized by the alternation of green lawn and ancient stones with two relaxing gazebos. Here there is a rectangular-shaped swimming pool, which is heated thanks to an eco-sustainable system fed free of charge by a steam well.