This stunning fortified farmstead dating back to the 12th century is on a high position looking down on the vineyards of the renowned Greve in Chianti, in Tuscany.
In the 17th century, during the conflicts between Siena's Ghibellines and Florence's Guelphs, the property was severely damaged; when it was renovated, its original structure was maintained, as the design was based on the original structure of this fortification. The floors were also brought back to their original style thus recreating a historical atmosphere.
This estate measures 400 sqm overall and is features spacious rooms that are full of history and include ten double bedrooms and twelve bathrooms.
This ancient hamlet could be called a true haven of privacy in the heart of Tuscany, as it is surrounded by 25 hectares of grounds featuring vineyards, forests, some crops and a stunning swimming pool.