The buildings date back to the end of the 18th century, the manor house, was the current owner's summer residence which underwent a renovation in 1979. The other two constructions, underwent consolidation and maintenance at the end of the 80's (roof, fixtures etc.) Keeping the original characteristics untouched. The land of the property is characterized by the ancient dry terraced terroir, an integral part of the landscape of this area, where an olive grove with about 1,800 plants of the original varieties Moraiolo, Leccino and Frantoio that allow the production of olive oil. The renovated house 'Il Beniamino', is spread over three floors for a total area of about 350 sqm. With 4 bathrooms, 5 bedrooms, kitchen with fireplace, dining room, 3 large living rooms with 2 fireplaces, local 'Orciaia' for the storage of oil, cellar and garage. The house is equipped with a heating system with oil, water and electric mains. The splendid exposition guarantees a unique view over the entire valley. 'Le Querciole', is composed of two residential units, a manor house and an annex carved out of an old barn. The manor house is spread over two floors with an area of about 350 sq.m. The house consists of a kitchen, a living room, 5 bedrooms, a bathroom, an oven in addition to a former barn, a storage room, a tool shed. The farm consists of an olive grove of about 10 ha as well as cultivated areas of 'Iris Pallida and Iris Germanica', destined for the market of natural cosmetics. All the property is served by an exclusive road scheme that connects the dwellings and the property land. In addition to the beauty of the panorama, there are no industries or high voltage power lines nearby.