Found amidst the breathtaking hills of the world-famous Chianti wine region, lies this 17th-century estate. Newly restored and reopened, the estate is a perfect blend of contemporary comforts and traditional luxuries ‘alla bella vita’ with panoramic views over noble vineyards, silver olive groves and wild oak forests.
The authentic Tuscan farmhouse and granary accommodate up to 14 guests. Lovingly restored in 2017, the estate features an authentic working Tuscan fireplace from the Middle Ages, an outdoor swimming pool (heated) and a custom designed chef kitchen.The interiors feature a maze-like succession of open and intimate spaces filled with an abundance of natural sunlight. Finely crafted Tuscan antiques were sourced from around the region and refurbished including the custom-made hand-carved wood furniture and fine artefacts – large mirrors, elegant tables, chairs, sideboards, and hand-carved wood and wrought iron chandeliers. Each en-suite bathroom has been outfitted with Italian Tuscan marble and travertine stone. Discover the details that make this property truly special.
House Main Level: Bedroom 1 (Master)
Queen size bed, en-suite bathroom with shower, adjacent living room and foyer with original 17th-Century wood-burning fireplace and A/C
House Main Level: Bedroom 2
Queen size bed, en-suite bathroom with shower, small walk-in closet, adjacent living room and foyer with original 17th-Century wood-burning fireplace and A/C
House Lower Level: Bedroom 3
Queen size bed, bathroom on upper level with shower, adjacent dining room, small exercise room, and A/C with private terrace
House Lower Level: Bedroom 4
King size bed, en-suite bathroom with shower, adjacent study room and A/C with private entrance
House Lower Level: Bedroom 5
Queen size bed, en-suite bathroom with shower, adjacent study room and A/C with private terrace
Granary: Bedrooms 6 & 7
Completed in 2020 and with 2 double bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms
Just 50 minutes from Florence and 25 minutes from Siena, guests will enjoy the benefits of the countryside while still within reach of Tuscany’s most incredible cities.
The estate neighbours on some of the most prestigious wine producers in Tuscany. Just down the road is Fonterutoli, a historic hamlet where visitors can opt for a tasting at the Mazzei family winery, in the business of Chianti Classico for centuries. In the opposite direction lies Castellina in Chianti, a charming town with plenty of activities to merit multiple visits. Enjoy a stroll through the town’s medieval tunnel followed up by shopping the many bottegas and a trip to a favourite local gelateria. In the summer months, the town’s streets and open piazzas are the perfect setting for a delicious dinner immersed in scenes of true Tuscan life.