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Masseria Ferrari

Masseria Ferrari is a typical Apulian farmhouse made up of 18th century Trulli, preserves the charm of the rural and country houses of the area.

The landscape is mainly agricultural, with vineyards, fields of grain and magnificent 100 year old olive trees, dry stone walls, Trulli and country houses.
The property offers now, three indipendents self-catering trullo units furnished with typical arte povera style. For your comfort the thick walls of trullo provides a cool environment even in hot season. Although the apartments are neighbour, each unit is indipendent with own space to afford to each family their privacy and relax.

A brief history description ...
The Masseria Ferrari lies in the country of Martina Franca: in the first half of the 18th century it was composed of 80 acres of land owned by the Gioia, Cito and Carriero families, who lived in various little trullos, located within the property. Since that time, the masseria has completely changed its production focus from livestock to wine production. The "casedde", the original habitation of the landlord, have remained such, while the other structures once reserved for other uses, have become additional homes, structures for wine production (palmento), and barns for animals.

panoramic view of Masseria Ferrari
courtyard of the resort
typical apulian trulli
vineyard of farmhouse
trulli limestone building
manger and niches near the gazebo
old chapel of the property
pergola with waterproof drapes
view of the trulli
entrance of unit Lamia
entrance of manorhouse Casedda
living area
dining area under trullo
table tennis in the garden
garden furniture in the gazebo
east indian fig on stone wall
centenary olive trees in the countryside
barbecue area in the garden
fig tree
apricot tree
old wall oven for pizza
plant of resort