The sumptuous luxury residence, strategically positioned in the heart of the Val d’Orcia, has undergone a meticulous restoration, boasting a total area of approximately 720 sqm. The estate includes a main residence of 500 sqm with 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms spread over two levels, along with an annex of 60 sqm that houses an independent suite. The recreational area of 160 sqm consists of a relaxation room, a bar area, and a billiard room.
The expansive outdoor spaces cover about 2.5 hectares, with an option to purchase additional land directly adjacent to the property. They feature a 3000 sqm olive grove with 80 productive trees, irrigated by a lake in the immediate vicinity. The panoramic view extends from the picturesque Crete Senesi to the enchanting Val d’Orcia. The park is enhanced by an exquisite infinity pool in travertine, a furnished terrace, a bathroom and a rain shower, a fully furnished modern summer kitchen with a custom made wood fire Pizza oven and an Italian garden with an elegant wrought-iron gazebo.
The villa’s architecture, the result of the genius of a renowned Sienese designer, has recently been restored to its ancient splendor, preserving its high-level rural character. Stone floors, vaulted ceilings, exposed wooden beams, and the original stone fireplace all contribute to creating a prestigious atmosphere. This residence is ideally suited to be an exclusive private dwelling or to be used for luxury hospitality, thus embodying an extraordinary contemporary Tuscan estate.
The property is located near Buonconvento, a charming town in the Crete Senesi with approximately 3000 inhabitants, known for its small and captivating historic center. Here, you can find the church, the Town Hall, and two museums: the Museum of Sacred Art of Val d’Arbia and the Museum of Mezzadria. Via Soccini is the focal point of town life, characterized by restaurants and bars. The medieval walls, dating back to 1371, surround the village, with seven of the nine towers still visible. The historic center offers a pleasant stroll among red-brick architectures, featuring notable buildings such as the Town Hall and Palazzo Taja. The Church of Saints Peter and Paul, reconstructed but with origins in the 1100s, houses works of art, while the Museum of Sacred Art presents a collection from the 14th to the 19th century. The Museum of Mezzadria, located in Piazzale Garibaldi, showcases the life of farmers with archive documents and a reconstruction of an old country house. In summary, Buonconvento offers an authentic experience amidst history, culture, and picturesque Tuscan landscapes.
6km from Buonconvento
30km from Siena
115km from Florence Airport
240km from Roma Fiumicino Airport
GENOAVia Roma, 2/1016121Italy
GENOASpianata di Castelletto, 69R16124Italy
P. Iva 02552710994
GENOAVia Roma, 2/1016121Italy
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