The beautiful white Masseria Moroseta
The Masseria Moroseta is immersed in
a world so far above us that no sound from it can reach our ears […] the nothingness that exists before birth, to use Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky’s description of the color white, which contains all the other colors.
The splendid building is located in the countryside less than ten minutes by car from the “white town” par excellence, Ostuni, a famous tourist destination in Apulia.
Built on a five-hectare olive grove, the Masseria was designed by architect Andrew Trotter using local materials – whose candid white creates a wonderful contrast to the blue skies of this enchanted corner of southern Murgia.
The Masseria has six rooms – four doubles and two suites, which vary in size and interior decor details – all around a central courtyard. The rustic bathrooms feature hammered copper elements, heavy marble sinks that were recovered from old laundries, and exposed pipe.
And all of it is immersed in candid silence and wonderful peace.