Casale I Due Olmi
In a unique position, "in the shade of two ancient trees, from which it takes its name, we find the farmhouse "Due Olmi", a typical rural dwelling of the late eighteenth century. Renovated with taste and attention to detail, used in recent years as a location for artistic inspiration, it is a real local gem that enjoys absolute peace and privacy with the ability to walk to the services of the medieval village on which it overlooks and enjoying a breathtaking view of the landscape.
The house is on two levels divided as follows:
Ground floor: large living room with panoramic balcony, dining area, kitchenette, bedroom with loggia, bathroom.
First floor : two bedrooms with private bathroom . These rooms have been renovated with the utmost care and respect for the original structure preserving walls with exposed stone and ceilings with wooden beams.
Some sections of the lime-plastered walls contain frescoes by the artist Maria Malara, a painter recognised on the international art scene.
In the basement, on two levels, with terraces and overlooking the village, there are seven rooms used as storage, utility rooms and a cave with natural water vein used as a cellar.
All surrounded by private land fenced and cultivated with olive trees and fruit trees.
The art farmhouse "Due Olmi" has hosted numerous editions of contemporary art exhibitions with local and international artists. One event in particular had, in 2011 as guest of honour Anita Garibaldi, great-granddaughter of the hero, a historical event commemorated by a special plaque on the outside wall of the house.