Friday, April 17, 2015

Masseria Petrarolo: Rustic Luxury Redefined

rustic details and decor in living room
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I received this press release in my inbox regarding this amazing restoration and had to share! This is not sponsored. The restoration and design is just really amazeballs and I know you'll appreciate it, especially my rustic loving peeps! But seriously, there's something for everyone to love. Let's start, shall we?

rustic details in living room
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Having undergone four years of extensive renovation, the family-owned Masseria Petrarolo on Puglia’s idyllic Adriatic coast, showcases a breath-taking blend of contemporary style and rustic luxury. Originally constructed to offer protection from Barbary raiding pirates, this former 17th century fortified farmhouse has been meticulously restored by a team of architects, designers and local craftsmen including renowned design studio Alexander Waterworth Interiors, whose previous high-profile projects include Annabel’s and High Road House in London.

serene bedroom with lovely lamps
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Showcasing wonderful attention to detail, the Masseria’s high vaulted ceilings and textured walls provide the perfect backdrop for the rustic-luxe décor. Spread over two floors, each of the eight bedrooms enjoys a unique feel, some with open fireplaces, others with roll-top baths, French doors and stone floors. 

Equally attractive, the Masseria’s living spaces feature a blend of antiques, many sourced from Italy, bespoke modern pieces and talking points such as the 25 foot long table in the dining room. Sourced from trips throughout Italy and Istanbul, many artefacts reflect the Masseria’s unique Moorish and Turkish-influenced architecture.


rustic sitting corner
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a beautiful chair
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bedroom with arch as headboard

romantic setting

bedroom with beams

light details
lovely details

rustic decor

rustic decor in bath

breathtaking bedroom
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Set on a 75 acre estate only a few miles from the Adriatic coast, Masseria Petrarolo is a stunning 17th century farmhouse converted into an exquisite modern retreat. Sleeping up to 16, the Masseria has eight en-suite bedrooms (including one with an outdoor bathtub), three kitchens, a hammam, children’s play area, drawing room and dining room. Outside, the property is surrounded by picturesque olive and almond groves, and is home to a restored Airstream caravan, small chapel and herb garden. The Masseria is staffed and a private chef is available on request.

Masseria Petrarolo sleeps up to 16 people and costs from €11,500 per week.  A trip worth planning with some close family and friends so you can split the cost:-). Have a wonderful weekend everyone!


{images and text: via Cedar Tree Public Relations Ltd}

8 comments :

  1. What a wonderful restoration, and I absolutely adore that kitchen, Stacey!

    Thank you for sharing, and I wish you a beautiful week, sweet friend. xo.

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  2. What a wonderful home..love the kitchen!

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  3. I love the atmosphere in the pictures aove. Very inviting and modern.

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  4. There is such a beautiful earthy, but elegant feel to the home! I'd take the private chef too ;)

    xoxo,
    little luxury list formerly Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  5. hey beautiful! i'm a little off the blogwagon but stopping by to at least say hi here!!!

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  6. Love the whole feel of the home..it has a natural beauty.

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