FEATURES: original medieval construction, internal cloister, brick-built arches, ceilings with wooden beams and terracotta tiles, private chapel, coffered ceilings, terracotta flooring, old stone master fireplace, vaulted ceilings, frescoes, internal pool, patio
This estate, placed near Florence and Siena and close to many seaside resorts of the Versilia, dates back to the 15th century and is probably of Norman origins.
The current owners have carried out careful restoration work to the castle, giving it again the beauty of the glory days. Currently, the castle is used as a receptive structure and offers relax moments to art and history lovers.
The castle (1,400 sqm) is laid over five floors plus a watching tower.
The property also includes a large farmhouse (840 sqm – 9,038 sqft) split into six apartments, an old barn (165 sqm – 1,775 sqft) now converted into a garage with indoor heated pool, connected to the external one in summer, a barn of smaller size, a second farmhouse and a church with chapel as well as a group of houses to restore.
The land included in the estate extends for 62 hectares, 14 of which are cultivated as olive grove, producing extra-virgin olive oil “Selezione” and 11 hectares of vineyard, making Chianti Colli Fiorentini Titolato and some grappa.
The castle, although being very well connected to the road web, is placed in a very riserve and panoramic position.
San Gimignano (17km; 25’), Florence (44km; 50’), Montepulciano (46km; 50’), Siena (47km; 55’), Montalcino (89km; 1h 40’), Arezzo (103km; 1h 20’), Cortona (119km; 1h 45’), Perugia (154km; 2h 5’), Assisi (177km, 2h 25’), Todi (196km; 2h 35’), Gubbio (199km; 2h 45’)
Firenze Peretola (47 km; 50’), Pisa Galilei (75 km; 1h 25’), Bologna Marconi (140 km; 1h 50’), Perugia Sant’Egidio (163 km; 2h 10’), Roma Ciampino (315 km; 3h 5’), Roma Fiumicino (335 km; 3h 20’)
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