The property is composed of a main villa of the 17° century, a private chapel, a farmhouse used as agrotourism, various annexes used as storage rooms and lemon house, beautiful Italian garden, swimming pool of 13×7 mt and about 20 ha. of agricultural land divided into vineyard, olive grove, wood and arable land.
This property consists of a main villa of about 1100 sqm. dating back to the 17th century, on three levels plus a basement. On the ground floor, you can find an entrance, a totally frescoed studio, a bathroom and a great living room with a Tuscan kitchen and a habitable fireplace; going up to the first floor we find three spacious rooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, a living room with ceiling coffer and golden details, a wardrobe and various utility rooms. On the second floor there are eight rooms, several living rooms e some storage rooms. Currently there are attics on the third floor. The second and the third floor need some renovations works. In front of the villa there is a farmhouse of about 440 sqm., currently used as agrotourism. It is on three floors with common area at ground floor and five rooms and a suite on the upper floors. Inside the property there are some annexes servicing the pool (13×7 mt) and the park. Finally, next to the villa, there are a private chapel, a lemon house and a 540 sqm building. A wonderful Italian garden completes the property with the support of about 20 ha. of land divided as follows: 2 ha. of vineyard, 2.5 ha. of olive grove, 6 ha. of wood and 10 ha. of arable land.
The property can be used as main residence, being it a prestigious home site in the heart of Tuscany, or it could be used partly (in the various guesthouses) or entirely as touristic facility inserted in the seasonal rentals market, as it already is with good income. The beauty and the historicity of this property will allow the lucky owner-to-be to use it as it best fits his/her needs.
The entire property is located in the municipality of Sinalunga, in the province of Siena, about an hour away from the A1 highway, to ease the connection with the main communications. It is surrounded by a very aimed landscape, typical of the Tuscan countryside. Sinalunga rises on the hills that divide Val d’Orcia and Valle d’Ombrone, and in about an hour by car we can get to the most important historical cities of Tuscany, such as Siena and Firenze.