As journey restrictions slowly elevate, I’ve spent a ridiculous period of time researching journeys, particularly to Italy. In all probability as a result of it seems like the alternative of what quarantine has been like. Take me to the Amalfi Coast, Venice, Capri, Rome, Tuscany… you get the purpose! Talking of Tuscany, this dream-worthy home in the midst of the Chianti area landed on my radar and it’ll ceaselessly stay in my mind now. Casa Morelli lives on a hill with jaw-dropping views, an enthralling stone exterior and a contemporary inside outfitted with customized furnishings. An expansive terrace, full with a pool, is optimized for enjoyable, wine consuming, eating and gazing on the vineyards, olive groves and forests that encompass the property. As an alternative of simply dreaming about it, Casa Morelli is offered to lease by way of Welcome Past right here, so e-book a flight to Florence or Pisa, lease a automotive and name this place residence (briefly).
In contrast to most Tuscan farmhouses, Casa Morelli options massive home windows and sliding glass doorways that open to unite the inside with the outside. A few of the construction dates again to the sixteenth century, whereas the open residing plan and examine have been added in latest occasions.
The flooring, bogs and kitchen are constructed from a darkened grotto brick that’s an ideal steadiness of rustic and trendy. An angled hearth enhances the ground because it rises to the ceiling that’s clad in previous chestnut beams that have been sandblasted. Regardless of the darker inside colour palette, the pure mild that pours in retains it lit.
The built-in kitchen counter with the stovetop is constructed from the identical bricks used on the flooring.
The newly added examine doubles as an additional bed room with its personal toilet hooked up.
The round bathtub was customized made and milled from large blocks of Tuscan travertine.
As if the home didn’t provide sufficient, check out the sundown views!
For extra info on Casa Morelli, go to welcomebeyond.com.
Images by Oliver Jaist.