An enchanting farmhouse in the hills around Siena, a property of approximately 565sqm which develops around the central area of the land, an old lemon house, skillfully restored with taste and with a great attention to detail which can be felt in every corner of the house. The entrance is comfortable, there is no dirt road to travel and outside there are parking spaces for 8 cars. What leaves one speechless is the spectacular view of Siena that one can enjoy from the garden, a corner of peace and tranquility with various areas amongst olive trees and flowers where one can relax, and considering that it's only a few kilometers from the heart of the city. The property is constituted by a house of approx. 405 sqm and an annex of approx. 160 sqm. From the entrance hall one finds a studio, a Philippe Starck bathroom and the spectacular lemon house, an enchanting living area that captures anyone who enters. Impressive living room not only for its size, for the height of the ceilings, but above all for the view of Siena framed by one of the windows and also for the large windows which let in the light and introduce the incredible garden attributed by the Belle Arti to Agostino Fantastici, a famous Sienese architect who contributed to the Montalcino cathedral. On a separate level is the large kitchen with a central island, all in brickwork, where one finds another art craft by the contemporary Sienese artist Cesare Olmastroni, who drew a lemon in the kitchen and a desert in the study at the entrance. On this floor there are the laundry rooms and various storage rooms used for the farmhouse activity. Going up to the first floor there is a technical room on a mezzanine floor of approx. 61 sqm while on the second floor there is a double bedroom with a walk-in closet and bathroom. With an independent entrance from the loggia from which another wonderful picture of the city of Siena can be admired, there is the access of the apartment which is part of the annex. A kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor and a bedroom on the first floor. The other wing of the farmhouse has two bedrooms with an en-suite bathroom and a further bathroom on the ground floor and three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms on the first floor, all air-conditioned and each furnished in a different theme. They are colourful and lively, each offering a different feature, a bath, a comfortable double shower and a small lounge on the loft. The property, in addition to the 130 olive trees, has 1600 sqm of saffron with which it produces about 700gr per year, earning a substantial income. The remaining land is currently rented, but can be purchased separately for a total of 2000 sqm to plant further saffron. Despite being in the countryside it also enjoys the convenience of methane gas and the municipal water even if it has a well for the agricultural activity.