Immersed in the heart of the Modica countryside, dotted with centuries-old olive trees and monumental carob trees and typical dry stone walls, Masseria Cedro is a luxury residence created, through a skilful restoration, from an ancient farmhouse dating back to the early years of the last century. The villa consists of four distinct bodies, without architectural barriers, and consists of a central one, for the most part a mezzanine, with three double bedrooms, each with independent bathroom (two with shower and one with Jacuzzi ), a modern style kitchen, a large dining room complete with a large planter, a comfortable reading room and a refined lounge heated by a large central fireplace and furnished with an antique billiard table. On the mezzanine there is the reading and meditation corner, where, on winter evenings, you can relax while sipping a glass of wine. A first annex consists of a double bedroom with independent bathroom and another double bedroom and a single bedroom with shared bathroom. Furnished in a totally modern style, the second annex is large and bright, with a kitchenette, a large double bedroom and a large bathroom with shower. The exteriors of the Villa are embellished by a porch overlooking the baglio, furnished with an industrial kitchen and with period furniture that make it welcoming and characteristic and a corner bar that overlooks the large swimming pool surrounded by a spacious solarium, immersed in a luxuriant garden of palm trees, ancient olive trees and citrus groves. Outside there is also a large barbecue area with stone seats for about 50 people and a 250 square meter multifunction dance floor, embellished with pergolas and bamboo, which can be used both for private parties and for yoga classes and retreats. In a strategic position to easily reach the most beautiful cities of the Val di Noto, the archaeological site of Cava d'Ispica, the golden sands and the crystalline sea of the South East beaches, Masseria Cedro is only a quarter of an hour away by car from Modica, city of a hundred churches and the splendor of the Late Baroque that explodes in the embroideries of the facades of the noble palaces, included in 2001 in the Unesco World Heritage List. Private chef upon request.
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