In the heart of Val d’Orcia, not far from Asciano, this 2,650-sqm hamlet is nowadays a cozy 4-star boutique hotel with twenty-two apartments, a manorial villa and a restaurant for a total of 41 bedrooms. 65 hectares of land surrounding the hamlet houses an ample 1,760-tree olive grove producing excellent organic extra-virgin olive oil. The property also boasts a pool, a tennis court and a private helipad.
The property is easily reached and is provided with all the necessary services by the nearby town (7km; 10’). Its position in Val d’Orcia, deep into Tuscany, also allows visiting the region’s most renowned towns (Montepulciano, Pienza, Montalcino, San Gimignano, Cortona, Florence) in less than two hours.
The closest airport is Florence (134km; 1h 30’) and for intercontinental flights one can quickly reach Rome, Pisa and Bologna.
DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDINGS
The property is made up of a beautiful hamlet (2,650 sqm – 28,514 sqft) fully restored and made up in turn of several buildings, finely decorated and fitted with all the modern comforts to ensure a pleasant stay for the guests.
The 18th-century manorial villa (9 bedrooms and suites) is located at the center of the hamlet, surrounded by many stone farmhouses split into a total of twenty independent apartments (with 30 bedrooms and several living areas), event halls, common rooms, breakfast room, three ample restaurant halls with professional kitchen, wine cellar and an ample underground storage room. A beautiful consecrated church is ideal for weddings.
The property is currently working as a 4-star boutique hotel and has the relative licenses, including the one for the restaurant service.
Just outside the hamlet are located the 18 x 8 m swimming pool with terracotta-and-grass solarium and a standard tennis court with synthetic-grass surface. The guests can also make use of a parking area and a convenient helipad to reach the property directly from the sky.
The estate covers a total surface of roughly 65.0 hectares, half of which occupied by mixed and coppice woodland. The remaining land is used for cereal harvesting ad roughly 6.0 hectares house an intensive olive grove with 1,760 trees producing organic extra-virgin olive oil.