Historic Villa beautifully placed on top of a hill, looking out over the iconic landscape of Valdichiana valley in the province of Siena, territory with blurred boundaries but very defined identity, virtually unique. The landscapes surrounding the seventeenth-century Leopoldine style villa and ancient villages that rise on top of the hills, have become the symbol of this land. This prestigious finely finished historic estate finely restored according to the local tradition is situated in this beautiful area. A long pine avenue leads to the monumental entrance of the villa, surrounded by an area of about 30 hectares of which over 13.5 hectares of vineyards and olive groves. The property includes a wine cellar and an ancient chapel.
The rich villa of historic and artistic value, was built in brick, with a total area of about 4300 sqm., maintaining vaulted ceilings in bricks, frescoed ceilings, and terracotta floors. The interior rooms of the villa are configured as large, well-lit; the attention to detail, the elegant and refined furniture, refinement that reigns at every turn make the residence a real oasis of pure beauty set in the countryside.
On the ground floor the house comprises a large kitchen with fireplace and dining area, storage rooms and technical rooms, dining room with stone fireplace, living room with fireplace, large bathroom, study, large dining room and a sitting room.
The main noble floor has a long hallway with reading room and sitting room, dining room with fireplace, two storage rooms, music room, billiard room, five bathrooms and seven bedrooms, one with en suite bathroom.
The last floor is a loft and caretaker's apartment comprises: entrance hall, kitchen with fireplace, living room, bathroom, three bedrooms and a cloakroom.
The basement of the villa is used for technical and for the local water system.
On the lower ground floor of the barn there is the wine cellar, fully equipped for the vinification, aging, labeling and storage of wine.
The chapel is consecrated, it is in Baroque style with marble columns and possesses a characteristic organ dating back to the early 1900s.
In the garden, there is a heated pool with roman staircase and solarium.
Land: 30 hectares of land, of which 4 hectares of parkland, with ancient olive trees, 13.5 hectares of vineyards registered with the DOCG and 12 hectares of arable land.
The Chianti production varies between 30,000 and 80,000 bottles per year, depending on the season.
In addition to red wine Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG, Chardonnay is also produced white wine and sparkling Chardonnay.
The olive grove of 80 trees produces an average of 150 liters of oil per year.