Montepulciano: Villa Montepulciano takes its name from the famous town it overlooks. This four-storey villa is a wonderful example of Italian Renaissance architecture, with frescoes and coat of arms upon its facade, and a wine cellar that dates back to the Etruscan period.
House: The property, used for luxury hotel, has a surface of about 1000 square meters. On the basement are one wine cellar, a tasting room and one apartment. The ground and first floor are classical in style, with a grand reception area, frescoed ceilings and terracotta floors, whilst the second floor is more rustic in style, with exposed wooden beams and parquet flooring. The house is composed of 14 bedrooms, divided into suites and apartments. Included in the property is also a former barn, converted into an apartment with living room, two double bedrooms and bathroom.
Land: The estate has 2 hectares of land with 450 olive trees and a small vineyard. The property is surrounded by beautiful Italian gardens, with fountain, pond and infinity swimming pool and Jacuzzi.
A small church and limonaia (greenhouse for lemon trees), which has been converted into a restaurant with kitchen, are included in the sale.