Villa Sabrine sits on the side of a hill with panoramic views over the olive groves and trulli dotted in the countryside, looking towards the hilltop towns of Cisternino and Locorotondo. The construction combines the traditional vernacular trullo and masseria styles unique to Puglia, yet the restoration by a Milanese and Austrian architect/designer duo, Bricchi-Marksteiner, provides wonderful interior spaces which are open and airy with a minimal modernist feel. It is also equipped to provide the last word in luxury.
Situated in 2 acres of its own garden, filled with olive trees and fruit trees including pomegranate, fig, apricot, almond and pear, Villa Sabrine provides a wonderful setting for the remarkable and vast beach pool, every child’s and adult’s delight. Leading directly off the kitchen is the external eating and kitchen area with a massive Trani marble dining table, and this leading to the sofra or seating area, all overlooking the pool, with shade provided by large bamboo and vine covered pergolas.