Montepulciano: Name Villas Montepulciano comes from the famous city on which it stands. This 4-storey Villa is an excellent example of Renaissance architecture, with frescoes and a coat of arms on the facade, as well as a wine cellar that dates back to the Etruscan period. Building: the House has an area of 1000 m2 and is located on four levels : the basement with wine cellar, tasting room and apartments. The first and second floors is executed in classical style, with a large reception area, frescoed ceilings and antique terracotta floors, while the third floor has a more rustic style, with wooden ceilings and parquet floors. There are 10 bedrooms, divided into apartments and apartment rooms. A wing is a former barn is transformed into apartments with a living room, two double bedrooms and a bathroom. Plot: the Estate is situated on 2 hectares of land with 450 olive trees and a small vineyard. The estate is surrounded by the beautiful Italian gardens with a fountain, pond, swimming pool and Jacuzzi. There is a small Church, Limonaia (a greenhouse for citrus trees), has been converted into a restaurant with a kitchen.