14 bedroom agriturismo, 1100 m²

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Reference: 49

  • Price: € 2.000.000
  • Condition: Completely restored/Habitable
  • Habitable surface: 1100 m²
  • Energy efficiency class: NA
  • Bedrooms: 14
  • Bathrooms: 16
  • Garden: 1000 m²
  • Land: 60000 m²
  • Terrace
  • Cellar
Distance from:
  • Nearest town facilities: 10 Km
  • Airport:
  • Bari BRI: 116 Km
  • Lamezia Terme SUF: 138 Km
  • Crotone CRV: 145 Km
  • Brindisi BDS: 151 Km



  • 10 ROOMS AND 2 APARTMENTS RESTAURANT PARK 1100 SQM RESIDENTIAL 6 HECTARES LAND

    Basilicata, in the countryside, the structure is an experience to be lived in harmony with nature.
    Born from the renovation of an old farmhouse of the late '20s, respecting the nature of the structure to restore it to its former glory.
    This is how a location was created that could guarantee guests a family atmosphere that could make this place unique. Today it is a Restaurant, Masseria, B & B, Point of sale of products at zero km. But it is also an educational farm, event location and experiential tourism. A home where to get in touch with the surrounding world, the culture and tradition of these unique places.

    Almost a century ago, around the second half of the 1920s, a very wealthy family of the time, the Morlino family, bought the land for the land reclamation of the land from Ferrara by the noble Jolanda di Savoia following the construction of the house.
    Built for convivial purposes and to ensure a place to gather the large family spread across the Lucanian territory, in 1930, the house experienced the sad story of the earthquake that struck the Melfese Vulture. However, thanks to the respect of strict anti-seismic regulations, the villa resisted the earthquake and became the habitual residence of the wealthy family in the meantime that the situation was "normalized".
    In the following years, for the well-known political events of the Fascist period, Villa delle Rose became the habitual residence of the lawyer Leonardo Morlino, the great anti-fascist masonic spirit master who, thanks to the retreat in the villa, escaped control and persecution by the regime.
    During the Second World War some US airmen found hospitality at Villa delle Rose.
    During the Second World War, Villa delle Rose, it became the usual home of some US airmen stationed at the provisional airport, about 5 km from Venosa.
    After the end of the world war, the villa became a habitual place for conviviality and for the whole family to meet. In particular during the 60s it represented a real social experiment of autarky achieved with the establishment of a "municipality" where everything was produced internally. There is even evidence of the presence of a school and a mechanical workshop for the repair of agricultural vehicles.
    Subsequently, the house lost its self-sufficient spirit and became the habitual residence of Elio Morlino, son of Leonardo. Affected by polio at a young age, the disease prompted Mr. Elio to take refuge in the poem and in his home he wrote most of his works.
    The villa resists the earthquake of 1980
    On November 23, 1980, the earth was shaking again, and this time the villa resists earthquakes. In the meantime, due to the different fate of the members of the Morlino family, the villa is gradually abandoned until the family of the current owners buy it and renovate it, preserving its historical memory and the convivial spirit that has always been the irrefutable mark of this historic residence.

    Whether a wedding or a special occasion, the property is the ideal location to celebrate your event in a sober and elegant way. The spectacular surrounding nature is the ideal setting to create a backdrop to your unforgettable moments.
    The property is not only a restaurant but an all-round experience: the contact with nature, peace and relaxation, the internal chapel for the celebration of civil rites, the large spaces available and natural products are just a few of the things that make this place truly unique. The possibility of being able to stay overnight in the rooms of the hotel certainly represents an added value that should not be underestimated.
    The chapel inside the building is ideal for the celebration of civil rites.
    The restaurant has two large dining rooms with seating areas but it is also possible to have outdoor space for outdoor buffet entrées. The menu is agreed with the customers. The possibility to choose typical dishes made with genuine products deriving from internal breeding and native crops are the basis of the restaurant service complemented by homemade desserts.




    Villa delle rose b & b is equipped with wifi in public areas, this exclusive property offers its guests a serene atmosphere and family hospitality of great quality. The spacious and comfortable rooms, well furnished and functional, provide great flexibility of use and lend themselves to many types of ceremonies and events.
    To be comfortable all year round, the entire structure is equipped with air conditioning / air conditioners. Outside, the park-garden with its pretty little church, offers a splendid view of the surrounding valleys of Basilicata and allows many different solutions.
    Villa delle Rose Monticchio Lakes is ideal for a relaxing stay and rediscover the pleasure of simple things: chat in front of the large fireplace, stroll through the woods, enjoy the products of the family farm. In every occasion and for every occasion, the careful hospitality, the professionalism of the owners and the genuineness of the products, guarantee guests a quality service.

    Il Vulture is a historical-geographical sub-area of Melfese, situated in the north-eastern part of Basilicata and dominated by the profile of the massif of Monte Vulture (1326 m), a volcano extinct since prehistoric times.
    Thanks to the presence of woods, springs, sub-mountain streams and grazing areas, this area boasts a rich environmental heritage. The main centers are Melfi and Venosa.
    The lava soil of the Vulture is rich in mineral waters and also allows the cultivation of excellent grapes and olives. The most famous DOC wine of Basilicata is the Aglianico del Vulture.
    Not to be missed: the Lakes of Monticchio, inside the extinct volcano, the Swabian Castle and the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta in Melfi, the ancient village of Venosa, with the Aragonese castle and the Complex of the Holy Trinity.
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