Scattered around the wild expanse of Reschio are 10 magnificent houses, available for rental. All are former farmhouses, once in ruins but now carefully and meticulously restored by the Bolza family. Keeping to the original footprint of the farmhouses, each house is truly unique and thoroughly liveable. What they all have in common, though, is the location, sitting amongst our charming hills with undisturbed views of the pristine estate
High on the hills of Reschio is the impressive Arrighi, a former watchtower and farmhouse that dates back to the 11th century.
There’s a pleasingly synergic symmetry to Barco that stems from its landscaped courtyard, the focal point of the house.
Bell’Aria is a perfect example of how the Reschio team works closely with house owners to create an utterly unique and bespoke home that is both aesthetically beautiful and liveable.
Pool: 18 x 4,5
This charming 17th century former farmhouse, surrounded by ancient mulberry and oak trees, sits peacefully on a hillside overlooking rolling pastures and fields.
Casa delle Suore
You can’t help but feel calm as soon as you walk into Casa delle Suore – unsurprising, perhaps, given that this is thought to have once been a nunnery.
Follow the winding, cypress-lined driveway up to Grugliano, an imposing property made up of three buildings: the main house, the gate house and the pool house.
Noci sits proudly on its namesake hilltop, Col delle Noci, with wide, sweeping views across the valley to the Castello and the bordering Umbrian hills.
Grand, noble, imposing... Palazzo has the feel of a traditional Italian palace, whizzed up to date with stylish Reschio interiors.
This delightful farmhouse, nestled on a slope bang in the centre of the estate, is a recently restyled gem.
Tranquil, secluded and peaceful: Spinaltermine is in a remote corner of the estate, surrounded by undisturbed wilderness and with jaw-dropping views across Reschio and the surrounding hills.
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