Masseria Petrarolo is a beautifully restored 1689 fortified farmhouse in the heart of Puglia. Its secure courtyard and noble towers denote the region’s battle strewn history, but where once stood a stronghold against marauding Saracen raiders now stands an elegant family hideaway, teeming with narrative, begging to be explored.
A luxury nine bedroom villa with three kitchens, large living and dining areas, a wine room, orangery, hammam, two pools and endless gardens, situated amidst 100 hectares of picturesque farmland that yields fresh produce for guests daily – Masseria Petrarolo is the perfect combination of opulent elegance and rustic wilderness.
Experienced local architects Simone & Musa worked with London-based Tully Filmer and renowned interior designers Alexander Waterworth to complete the project. Original features have been meticulously maintained and the history of the site lives on, in the Masseria’s stunning vaulted ceilings and 17th century chapel.