This historic estate is located right in the heart of the Chianti region of Tuscany. The property dates from the 18th century and includes the main house (2043sqm), a stone farmhouse (403sqm) and a beautiful Renaissance chapel. All of the buildings have been perfectly restored while still maintaining their original features and characteristics.
The estate covers around 120 hectares of terrain which boasts vineyards, olive groves, forests and farmland. The luxury villa itself has an imposing façade with double staircase and dominates the surrounding Tuscan countryside.
The interior of the building is richly furnished with 19th century artworks, terracotta flooring and decoratively coffered or wood-beamed ceilings which create a totally unique atmosphere and great visual impact.
The estate also produces the world-famous Chianti Classico wine and the charming, old cellars (1560sqm) store the wine in barriques and oak barrels. The cellars have been excavated into the rock and also feature the typical vaulted ceilings.
The property is currently being used as a touristic accommodation and for special events. This magnificent home is currently on the market with an asking price of €16 million.