The apartment (70 sqm.), which is all on one floor in the old cellars of the farm, is named after the big garden which can be seen by looking out through a glass door.
It consists of a double bedroom, a living room with a sofa bed, a bathroom with shower and a large kitchen-dining room with a stone fireplace and a cooking area with hob and oven. It is furnished with the family antiques, including the bar counter from the farm's after work club, with the old charcoal coffee machine.
The restoration has revealed large brick arches, stone walls, terracotta vaulted ceilings and the wooden beams.
The large house (165 sqm.), which is on two floors connected by a stone staircase, is named after the artificial lake which is in the fields below, beyond which there is a sweeping panorama down to the sea.
The house is in the central part of the building built in the late nineteenth century for the families of the farm workers. It has maintained its original structures with terracotta floors, ceilings with wooden beams and a stone staircase that connects the living area on the ground floor with the bedrooms on the first floor.
The house (70 sqm.), which is in the former stables of the Belvedere farm, is named after the row of cypresses at the bottom of the lawn. Like a terrace that overlooks Maremma opening out onto a landscape of great charm.
The house is on one floor at garden level. It consists of a living- dining room with a fireplace and a large chandelier and is separated by a counter from the kitchen area, with a kitchenette and dishwasher. Up the wooden staircase you access the mezzanine floor with a sofa bed, and a small study.
The house (80 sqm.), named after the old covered well which supplied water to the whole farm, is in a detached building and is on two floors, with the sleeping quarters on the ground floor and living area on the first floor.
The house was developed thanks to the refurbishment of the Serratina farm storehouse and the barn, it consists of a living room-dining room with kitchenette on the first floor, which is accessed by an outside stone staircase. The room has a large glass doors overlooking the garden below and going out onto the balcony with a table, chairs and a small fountain.
The apartment (74 sqm.) is on the ground floor of the Serrata farm and takes its name from the two big big terracotta arches on the façade, now glass doors which lead to the garden, looking out on to a magnificent view.
The apartment is on one floor and has as its centre the living-dining room dominated by a large stone fireplace. On one side the windows overlooking the garden, on the other the kitchen counter and in the centre a sofa, an armchair and dining table.
The apartment (74 sqm.) is on one level and on the first floor of the Serratina farmhouse, accessed by a stone staircase. It gets its name from beautiful terracotta paved terrace and a wisteria covered pergola where you can enjoy the vast sweeping view of the plains.
The apartment consists of a big living-dining room which through a glass door overlooks the surrounding landscape. On one side of the room there is a large stone fireplace with a wooden mantle, on the other the cooking area, in the centre a three-piece suite and a large table.
The house (52 sqm.) is on three floors and gets its name from the legendary figure of the bandit Antonio Magrini, known as Basilocco, who was killed here by the carabinieri in 1904. But don’t worry, his ghost does not haunt the place!
The back door of the house leads to the living room with a fireplace, table, chairs and a kitchenette with a small fridge. A couple of steps lead up to a living room with a queen sized sofa bed, the room is flooded by sun though the large glass doors that open out onto the panorama.
Romantic stone cottage (30 sqm.) surrounded by a pergola that means you can live immersed in the countryside completely isolated from the other homes. The cottage looks out onto a beautiful view to which it owes its name.
There is a double bedroom with a fireplace and a tiled bathroom with shower and washing machine. At the back there is a veranda with a kitchen, stove, oven and a small fridge.