“Canonica” means priest’s residence, and in fact this was once where the parish priest lived. It was the first of our properties to be offered to the public and this is why we continue to consider it the ancestor of the current Camporsevoli Estate holiday farm.
Located on first floor – the second floor for Anglo-Saxons– of the “Villetta”, the hamlet’s central building where Sebastiano Grossi lived, is accessed via an internal staircase. It has a spacious living room with an old cast iron wood-burning stove and a comfortable dining area, a large well-equipped kitchen and three bedrooms: one master bedroom, one double bedroom (which opens onto the living room) and a single bedroom. The rooms share a bathroom with a bathtub.
This apartment shares an outdoor area with recreational facilities with the Casa del Fattore and Il Custode, a small garden and pool, also accessed by the other apartments of the central hamlet.