Located amid the southern Tuscan hills of Val D’Orcia, surrounded by wineries, this renovated farmhouse from the eighteenth century features Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a professional kitchen. Set between verdant woods and panoramic vistas, the two-level house affords views of the scenic landscape and, on the grounds, it features a landscaped garden and a heated swimming pool. In a strategic position to visit all the most iconic destinations of central Italy, this rustic estate offers seven bedrooms decorated in classic style with warm tones.
The property, featuring 350 square meters of living space and 10.000 square meters of gardens, channels the Tuscan lifestyle as seen in movies. Local activities include hiking, relaxing in thermal waters and wine tasting: the concierge can help guests hire bicycles, while the local staff can work with you to create a custom culinary experience. Interiors include a spacious living room with a terrace, a dining area with an impressive wooden table seating 14 guests, a well- equipped kitchen designed by the chef in charge of in- villa catering and seven bedrooms. The villa can accommodate a total of 14 guests in 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and 1 half-bathroom.
1 dining room with fireplace
2 sitting rooms
1 well-equipped kitchen
5 double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
1 half bathroom
1 laundry room
2 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
1 living room
1 terrace accessed from the living room
Bed size: Double, King 210 cm by 190 cm Floor: Ground Sq Mt: 25 Air conditioning, mosquito net Bathroom type: Ensuite, Shower Notes: This bedroom features a garden vista, an ancient oak-tiled floor and a big travertine shower box.
Bed size: Double, King 200 cm by 190 cm Floor: Ground Sq Mt: 29 Air conditioning, mosquito net Bathroom type: Ensuite, Shower Notes: This bedroom features an external access to the garden through a small sitting room and two stone sinks on an oak counter.
Bed size: Double, King 200 cm by 190 cm Floor: Ground Sq Mt: 20 Air conditioning, mosquito net Bathroom type: Shared, Shower Notes: This bedroom is accessed through two downwards stairs. It shares the bathroom with the twin bedroom for the children in front of this room.
Bed size: Double, Twin 90 cm by 180 cm Floor: Ground Sq Mt: 12 Air conditioning Bathroom type: Shared, Shower Notes: This bedroom features a glass door with a garden vista. It shares the bathroom with the double bedroom in front of this room.
Bed size: Double, Queen 180 cm by 190 cm Floor: Ground Sq Mt: 18 Air conditioning, mosquito net Bathroom type: Ensuite, Shower Notes: This bedroom features a garden vista and an ancient oak-tiled floor. This room has no external access.
Bed size: Double, King 210 cm by 190 cm Floor: First Sq Mt: 30 Air conditioning, mosquito net Bathroom type: Ensuite, Bathtub with shower head Notes: This room features a pellet stove. The bathroom is equipped with a Devon & Devon copper bathtub and a showerhead.
Bed size: Double, King 200 cm by 180 cm Floor: First Sq Mt: 25 Air conditioning, mosquito net Bathroom type: Ensuite, Shower Notes: This bedroom features a garden vista, an ancient oak-tiled floor and a big travertine shower box.
WI-FI throughout the villa and at the pool
Air conditioning throughout the villa
LCD Sat TV with DVD and VHS reader
Children selection of DVDs and VHS
Laundry room with washing machine, dryer, iron and iron board
3 Baby cot and 3 highchairs available
Mobile charcoal BBQ
10,000 m2 of private land
Chairs and tables in front of the villa
Private parking for 6 medium-sized cars
Pergola with table in the garden seating 8 guests
Sunbeds available for all guests and gazebo parasol for extra shadow
Val d’Orcia fuses art, landscape and ecosystem in one geographical space. It is considered as the purest expression of a series of marvellous natural characteristics and testament to the people that have long inhabited it.
– The closest iconic locations are Pienza and Montepulciano, 55′ minutes away – Siena is 90′ away – Firenze is 30′ after Siena – The closest walking path starts from the property, following the white gravel roads to Castello di Fighine.
Siena and Florence host many museums with masterpieces by the greatest artists of all time, from Leonardo da Vinci & Michelangelo, to Botticelli, Giotto and Donatello. Depending on your interests in history, art or sculpture – Tuscany has it all, spanning across time, styles and periods.
At the villa, you can unwind under the Tuscan sun right in your own pool or walk around your estate
Indulge your time by visiting local thermal baths and spas. The Medieval village of Bagno Vignoni is even built on thermal waters, and the town square is a pool fed by volcanically heated water that has its share of day spas that use the water.
The annual wine harvest begins in October and the cold stone olive oil press takes over in November – the countryside comes alive with festivals, feasts and celebrations.
With fresh ingredients available year-round in Italy, any time is ideal to bring in a private chef for lessons on how to cook authentic Italian food.
Cycling is a major attraction for corporate groups and an experience that won’t soon be forgotten. Experience the magic of flight, a bird’s eye view of Tuscany’s vineyards, olive groves and ancient townships; there’s nothing quite like flying in a hot air balloon over the Tuscan hills.