Tenuta Masseriola is part of the Moroseta Villas, a complex of holiday villas in Italy. The residence combines modernity and tradition to offer its guests maximum comfort and the Italian good life.
The goal with the Moroseta Villas was to create a high-level environment that offers all the necessary comfort for an exclusive rural holiday. Each property has been designed with the greatest attention to detail to offer its guests an unforgettable holiday. Today we take a look at one of these properties: Tenuta Masseriola.
De woonst heeft grote open ruimtes van steen en tufsteen.
The holiday villa is located a few kilometres from the Italian village of Carovigno, which has a rich history and is renowned for its hearty cuisine. The residence is surrounded by 8 hectares of olive groves and red earth soil, giving its guests maximum comfort and exclusive privacy.
Tenuta Masseriola, designed to accommodate up to 8 people, is in complete harmony with the surrounding authentic Puglia landscape. It has large open spaces of stone and tuff and has volumes and details that guarantee relaxation and total wellness. The residence combines two modern structures that embrace the typical traditional buildings of Puglia: a trullo and lamia. In these areas, there are 4 bright bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, which have been taken care of down to the last detail, a spacious and comfortable living room, an elegant, technological and functional kitchen and dining room with enough space for all the guests. Outside, the swimming pool stretches among the olive trees, allowing you to fully enjoy the wide space and beautiful sunsets.
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Header image: photography by Renee Kemps
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