- Condition: Completely restored/Habitable
- Habitable surface: 520 m²
- Energy efficiency class: NA
- Bedrooms: 8
- Bathrooms: 7
- Rooms: 12
- Garden: 1000 m²
- Land: 50000 m²
- Nearest town facilities: 3 Km
- Airport: 130 Km
- Beach: 90 Km
- Ski resort: 45 Km
This enchanting property is located in S. Giovanni d’Asso, surrounded by the famous Val d’Orcia, one of Tuscany’s most beautiful valleys. It is erected near an archeological site discovered in 2001. It is just 16 kms far from Montalcino and its Brunello, 19 kms from Pienza, the Renaissance town of Pope Pio II and 27 Kms from Montepulciano, home of the Vino Nobile wine. The estate is composed of five buildings, 1 farmhouse now turned into a luxury tourist accommodation but easily re-convertable into a single dwelling of 280 square meters, 1 rectory also turned into a tourist accommodation of 140 square meters, a church dating back to Roman times of 100 square meters, an annex of 45 square meters with a fully equipped professional kitchen and breakfast room, an ex-barn to recuperate currently on one level but with possibility to create an additional floor for a total area of 110 square meters that could be used as staff accomodation or two more bedrooms. The main farmhouse comprises a spacious living area, a dining room with fireplace, a liveable kitchen, a bathroom, a wine cellar, a bread oven, a double bedroom and a bathroom (accessible from the exterior) on the ground floor; two spacious suites each with a living area, a double bedroom and a bathroom on the first floor.
The rectory developed on two floors comprises one bedroom of 55 square meters with private living room and bathroom on the ground floor and another one on the first floor of exactly the same dimension and features.
Outside we can appreciate the presence of a beautifully maintained garden with a pool and a relaxing area.
Being that it was renovated with the purpose of becoming an high end agritourism the property is in perfect condition and the is no lack of premium finishes. The establishment surrounded by the Val d’Orcia is a fine example of a very prestigious tourist accommodation.
The building faces onto the internal courtyard creating a sort of small hamlet. The surrounding land extends for five hectares mainly seedable with fruit trees.