Immersed in the characteristic countryside of Ragusa, near Chiaramonte Gulfi, is this ancient farmhouse whose construction dates back to the second half of the 1800s. Divided into many buildings which look like a small village around a central beam paved with pebbles and paving stones of white stone. The main body of the complex is spread over two elevations: on the ground floor we find the ancient kitchens with stone vaults, the stables, an ancient private church and a small museum with a grindstone and time press; on the upper floor we find the residential unit with pitch stone floors, built-in kitchen with wood-burning oven and a small votive chapel with original frescoes; the rooms are all distributed in succession maintaining the typical characteristics of Sicilian noble houses. The secondary buildings house the old stables, warehouses and the caretaker's quarters. The whole is spread over land of 1 HA used as a productive olive grove. A small garden with pine forest and orchard embellish the property.