Located just 1 km from the centre of the village of Marradi, the house, built entirely in stone, boasts an impressively long history. It was originally built hundreds of years ago as a small fortress dependent on the Abbey of Crespino (as we can tell from one of the inner walls of the house, where the embrasures are still visible).
Renovated throughout, the house has an independent heating system, a large entrance area, an eat-in kitchen equipped with a fridge and dishwasher, a large sitting room with a huge fireplace, 3 bedrooms (sleeping 4 adults + 2 children), and – for the moment – 1 bathroom with a shower.
Right opposite the house is a traditional wood-burning oven still used for cooking pizzas, roasts and desserts, and the attractive terrace looking onto the valley covers an area with a barbecue.
A short, shady farm road leads to the attractive manor house, surrounded by walnut and Lebanon cedar trees with large stables and hay sheds next to it.
Ideal for a holiday in the midst of nature and the local wildlife.
Close by, guests will find a swimming pool, tennis court and stable with horses.