This hamlet is situated in the Vino Nobile region, and is surrounded by prestigious vineyards. The main building and several outbuildings date back to the 17th century. Because of its location and layout of the buildings it has the appearance of the typical Tuscan hamlet, which integrates superbly with its heritage being amongst the important areas in Tuscany. This village is situated on top of a small hill, and the main south facing building overlooks the town of Montepulciano. The main building has a large surface area, inside there was originally a large barn and storage rooms on the ground floor and a home for 4-5 families on the first floor. Even today in its interior there are historic traces of this activity, such as the old hooks for Chianina cows. In the following centuries, the building has undergone architectural and structural transformations to keep pace with the growing modern population also new technology regarding farming and the cultivation of agricultural land. The entire property was totally renovated in the 1990s. These works complied with all the rules and regulations of re-construction ensuring all its historical values are kept intact, retaining all the original features and using construction materials and finishes preserving the historic value. The entire building is designed for tourist accommodation. The ground floor is divided into a reception, a shop, a wine-tasting room and five apartments. On the second floor there are six apartments and a turret, while the basement is a portion of an apartment and technical rooms. Around the main building are located outbuildings, these are divided into apartments and ancillary rooms.
Price: 2,690,000 EUR