RESTFUL COLOURS, NATURAL STONE AND RESTORED WOOD BEAMS ENHANCE THIS TUSCANY VILLA
Located inside the Chianti region halfway between Firenze and Siena, the estate comes with its own pine wood and Mediterranean vegetation. This two-level house affords views of the scenic landscape from almost every angle. On the sweeping grounds, there’s an infinity-edge pool, a solarium and a small greenhouse as a laundry room. Hidden away, yet very close to the nearest town centre, this estate offers eight bedrooms decorated in elegant style with colour walls in pale shades, contemporary fabrics and several bespoke furnishing by local Italian artisans. The estate includes 10.000 square meters of private gardens. The interiors include several spacious living areas, a bar and a fireplace room with sofa and chairs. A professionally equipped kitchen with a spacious pantry room and extra services on ground floor.
The interior of the property measures 400 square meters and it can accommodate a total of 14 adults and 2 children (from 2 to 9 years old). Best used for 14 people in total.
The home design approached with research in the historical context, results in a classic style with stone, terracotta floors, quality washed wooden boards and marble. Wood-beamed ceilings lend a rustic feel to the interiors. Modern yet very comfortable, this is a chic retreat full of light and a welcoming vibe.
Nestled on a hectare parcel overlooking the Chianti hills skyline, this villa features an infinity pool and solarium. Set amid a wood of fin, pines and cypress, it also comes with a annex laundry room and outside parking spaces. A large alfresco patio is the very heart of the property.
A number of close-by restaurants and trattorias serve organic, local cuisine. We recommend the traditional and locally famous La Locanda di Pietracupa and Palazzo Pretorio, for those who prefer a local-chic atmosphere, the enchanting restaurant of Castello del Nero or you can venture to Florence to one of the best Star Michelin restaurants in Italy: Enoteca Pinchiorri. Sneak to Fonterutoli for a wine tasting and great surrounding views. Each restaurant in Tuscany offers a kid menu and none raises an eyebrow when toddlers make an entrance in a Michelin starred spot.