Transition of a Fortified Italian FarmhouseFrozen Designs :
Transition of a Fortified Italian Farmhouse – There is an adjoining fortified farmhouse Niccone all along the Valley. In some last years, the dwelling familiar as the Reschio Castello, in Umbria, Italy, is the result of a Meticulous restoration That resulted in a luxurious L-shaped main house, guest cottage and a standalone. This is a farmhouse which can be an inspiration to you if you want to design a home with natural style.
There is the majestic five bedroom main house is approached by a large paved courtyard beyond the entrance gates, past the cottage That sweet guest bedroom contains a double, en-suite bathroom, fully-fledged library and kitchen.
The house is very unique design of this unique home but still carrying the impression of Roman and ancient kingdoms. Architects still maintains fine Romanesque features and Cleary honors the origins of the building, dating back to the 11th Century. The conventional exterior Gives way to more contemporary tastes within it’s walls, where bright accent colors add punch to white backdrops plus sandstone floors.
As well as the surrounding landscape is still very traditional and bring “fresh natural sensation” A glass encased tower external staircase is flooded with sunlight, and soaks in the extensive view over the very private and Unspoiled Reschio 2.700 acre Estate, filled with rolling hills, vineyards, olive groves, chestnut and oak trees, extensive infinity pool and pool house.
At least there are 50 farmhouses are dotted nearby the tranquil countryside, of the which the owners of Castello di Reschio, Count Antonio Bolza and two generations of his family, have sympathetically restored almost half.
If you had the opportunity to build a house, build your house according to the “farmhouse” and you will get the sensation of a remarkable nature.