This independent house is detached from the main building and is located entirely on the ground floor. It was obtained by renovating the two rooms which housed the cows and the tools used in working the fields,
until 1960. It has one double bedroom, one bedroom with bunk beds, bathroom with shower, hall with wood-burning stove, kitchen/living room with sofa, wood-burning oven and a small wooden mezzanine.
Outside the kitchen there's an outdoor area for exclusive use, equipped with wrought iron table and chairs, barbecue and relax area, ideal for relaxing in the shade of the old oak tree.
The structure of the kitchen is in masonry, the top in marble and the sink in grit. This room was previously used as a wagon shelter and here we left uncovered the beautiful stone wall. The wooden mezzanine characterizes the rustic setting even more.
The double bedroom has been furnished with an original wrought iron bed, hand painted by a local painter. The bedside tables and the beautiful late 19th century wardrobe have been restored.