In the Puglia region, the “masserie” were large agricultural centers for farming the land and preserving farm produces. Several buildings were used for the working of farm produce.
One building was the house for the “massaro’s” workers and was -occasionally- used by the owners as their residence.
The Masseria Cuzzanone encompasses this historic main building with its ancient slits and chimneys whose architectural structures developed around the beginning of the XX century following the needs of the agricultural activities. Surrounded by 2 hectares of land with ancient olive trees and keeping intact the original architectural structure.
Against the backdrop of the blue Mediterranean sky and sea, Masseria Cuzzanone lies only 20 minutes from the Adriatic coast and Jonico coast in the Italy’s Puglia region, its whitewashed building standing amidst centenarian olive groves.
It will be carefully restored, completed respecting the old shapes and the original building materials.