Masseria della Corte just outside the sleepy village of Depressa, set in very generous grounds: on the right side the main building, on the left side the converted stables hosting 3 of the 5 bedrooms. Far left, out of sight; the swimming pool.
The traditional Pugliese masseria is dating back to the 17th century when it was established by farmers harvesting tobacco and olives
Open plan living room with double height Pugliese arch structure and fire place that fits the proportions
View of the dinning room with traditional furniture including chairs decorated in the ‘trademark’ pattern introduced by the owner’s ancestors
Study in one of the bedrooms
One of the bedrooms situated upstairs in the main building …
… with a balcony overlooking the vast olive grove