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An original and typical Leopoldina style stone villa dating back to the XVIIIth century set in the Chiantishire countryside, enjoying a breathtaking panorama and exclusive location.
With a total surface of about 730 m² over four properties: a main villa, a guesthouse, a pool house and a guardian’s house, the property has 5 hectares of land and a heated swimming pool from which one can admire the suggestive and unique views of this exclusive location.
The structure of the main villa is typical of the period of the Grand Duke Leopoldo of Tuscany with the characteristic dovecote tower on the roof with a pavilion cover. The main villa has a surface of about 550m² on three levels. The villa is adorned with an external portico or loggia, again with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The ground floor of the villa hosts a kitchen equipped with marble shelves, a dining room, a living room, a study and two bedrooms with tub bathrooms en suite. The upper floor has roof timbers and floors in terracotta and includes the covered loggia connected to a large living room with a large fireplace, a dining room with an ancient wood table, a kitchen, three bedrooms with rustic furniture and three tub bathrooms en suite. The pool house has a shower room, a barbecue area, a kitchenette and wine cellar.
The Guest House
The dependence has a surface of 180 m² on three levels. The basement is occupied by the laundry. The ground floor hosts a kitchen, a dining room, a living room with stone fireplace, a bedroom, a tub bathroom, a garage and a wine cellar . The dining room is connected to the upper floor with a staircase leading to two bedrooms with bathrooms. The property has its own well for water and a new gas heating system.
This cosy cottage comprises a kitchen, one bedroom and bathroom.
Gardens & Grounds
Both the main house and the guesthouse enjoy independant gardens. The Estate spans approx' 5 ha, and has around 400 olive trees.
The property sits amongst the vineyards of two prestigious Chianti wine estates, and also enjoys easy access to both Radda and Gaiole in Chianti.