The farmhouse comes from sharecropping origins and belonged to the noble House of Counts Borgogelli. It preserves a very ancient part that dates back to the end of 1600. And in fact, its historical cadastral maps are proof of this. Subsequent extensions, the last of which date back to the second half of the 1800s., have changed its original structure. After being purchased, the structure has undergone major restoration work following the criteria of bioarchitecture. Contemporary solutions prevailed in order not to alter the historical charm, but to extract it and offer greater brightness and functionality. The farmhouse is built from original materials such as bricks and terracotta tiles, orange sandstone and some architraves. Travertine, grit and wood have been added. The lighting systems are supplied by Fontana Arte, Artemide, Leucos, Kartell. It disposes of 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a laundry room, a library, a study, a living room, a larder, a loft living room and an underground cellar, for about 370 square meters, divided into an underground floor and two above ground. Underfloor heating and central vacuum system. A real design masterpiece is the modular glass structure that overlooks in front of the oldest part of the farmhouse. The swimming pool, on the other hand, takes part of the precious surrounding environment and it has a view of olive grove. 200 olive trees and carefully selected and indigenous crops, reign over the estate. In addition, there are fruit trees and an organic garden. Complete lawns, rose gardens and paddocks for horses. The whole is spread over a total area of 2 hectares. In this regard, it is important to point out that the above territory has been subjected to the biological method for more than 20 years. The company's oil is a medium-fruity blend that will make you taste the local excellence, the Raggiola. It has received important recognition over the years. Finally, inside the structure we find a wooden box to house the horses and a new field created by Equiteria to practice horse riding.