Photo gallery

La Casa Padronale at night and seen from the path which leads to the 2nd floor Sleeping Quarters...

La Casa Padronale: 1st floor Entrance, LR, DR, Kitchen + 2nd floor MBR, Loft, Bath and terrace...

The Loggia and Entrance Door to La Casa Padronale...

The Loggia at the entrance to La Casa Padronale on the far right...

Vignette on the dining table on the Loggia...

The Living Room as you enter it...

A corner of the 1st floor LR...

The 1st floor LR and the 2 single-beds/sofas...

Vignette, one of my artworks, a still-life out of wool...

The Living Room and the archway into the Dining Room...

Vignette in the 1st floor LR...

The 1st floor Dining Room...

The antique credenza in the 1st floor DR...

The 1st floor DR...

The main Kitchen, the low door leads out to the Loggia...

Collection of old bowls and stools in the main Kitchen...

The main Kitchen...

The Entrance to the 2nd floor Sleeping Quarters to La Casa Padronale...

L'Appartamento Azzurro and its entrance, the sleeping quarters for La Casa Padronale...

The Sleeping Quarters part of La Casa Padronale from the Garden...

The Sleeping Quarters with the sleeping loft above and 2 single-beds...

The service Kitchen & dining table of the Sleeping Quarters...

The MBR with the antique double-bed, the far door leads out to the Terrace...

The MBR and the Bathroom beyond...

The Terrace off the MBR of the Sleeping Quarters..

The grey door at the Fish Pond leads to the passageway and gate

The Fish Pond!

The stone steps along the Eastern facade of La Casa Padronale and above the Fish Pond...

The grassy terrace right above the Sleeping Quarters...

The Garden...

The chestnut drying building on the Courtyard...

The old castle wall on the Courtyard...

The arch to the passageway and gate before the Courtyard...

Dining "al fresco" out on the Courtyard under the pergola...

The ramp from the Courtyard to the 2nd floor Sleeping Quarters...

Il Poggiolo, its houses La Casa Padronale and La Casetta their Garden...

The village of Codiponte and its famous Romanesque church and campanile.