The estate is nestled among the Tuscan hills and boasts a privileged location with unrivaled views over the surrounding countryside. The main villa (about 1,260 square meters) is set within 2 ha park with pool and dates back to the Medici period (16th century) even though some changes were brought to the frontal façade later in the 19th century. Adjacent to the farm, there are beaitiful wineries of the 18th century (1730 square meters) as well as an old consecrated chapel of the 946 a.C. The entire land ( 110 ha), includes vineyards (8 Ha Chianti DOCG), olive grove (2 ha) arable land and forests for hunting. Not far from the master villa and surrounded by olive trees, cedars, cypresses and acacia trees, there is a small village made up of two independent units with separate pool. The entire property counts 6 buildings for a total of approximately 5,000 square meters of covered space.
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