Facing the green hills around Siena, this is a medieval hamlet placed on a hilly and panoramic position 16 km away from Siena and one hour from the airport of Florence.
The property is composed of a main villa with private chapel and canonica as well as seven additional farmhouses completing the village, for a total surface of 4677 square metres. Some of the farmhouse are divided into apartments currently dedicated to an accommodation business.
Villa (462 square metres) The villa, dating back to the middle age, has a total surface of 462 square metres and is disposed on three levels. This building features two terraces with loggias.
Church and Canonica (307 square metres) Like the villa, the Church is classified as a building of historical interest and notified to the Soprintendenza ai beni architettonici e culturali”. The Canonica includes a restored apartment. On the lower ground floor there is an office, cellar, technical rooms and the water deposit.
Cellar with tasting room (577 square metres) Ground floor: rooms for wine-making. First floor :tasting room, kitchen, vinsantaia and technical rooms. The tasting room and the kitchen have been completely restored in 2003.
Staff Quarters (145 square metres) The farmhouse, currently used as a staff quarter, has a total surface of 145 square metres and lies in front of the villa.
Casale Fiorentino (86 square metres) This building on two floors has a total surface of 86 square metres. Ground floor: cohibented and conditioned room dedicated to the storage of bottled wine. First floor: apartment of 40 square metres, completely restored in 2006.
Casale Senese (480 square metres) This property on two floors with related annexes has a total surface of 480 square metres. Ground floor: warehouse for wine bottles storage and oil bottling. First floor: apartment of 150 square metres . Annexes: wood burning oven, doghouse and vegetable gardens on the walls.
Oliviera (250 square metres) This building on two floors has a total surface of 250 square metres and is disposed as follows. Ground floor: warehouse for bottle-storage. First floor: warehouse.
Casa del fattore (435 square metres) This building on two floors has a total surface of 435 square metres and is composed as follows. Ground floor: warehouse, technical rooms, dining room, bathroom and dressing room. On the outside area, there is a wood burning oven and two orchards on the walls. First floor: two apartments with independent entrances, restored in 2006.
Capanno (174 square metres) Built in the Sixties, this Capanno of 174 square metres is currently used as a garage. Casa Lamberta (229 square metres) This building on three floors, it is composed as follows: Lower ground floor: warehouse, cellar and doghouse. Ground floor: agricultural warehouse. First floor: to be connected to the ground floor with a staircase (existing project).
Torre (40 square metres) Ruin of 40 square metres adjacent to the external medieval walls. Casale rustico (182 square metres) Surrounded by vineyards and completely restored in 2005, this farmhouse has a total surface of 182 square metres.
Warehouse and garage (710 square metres) The agricultural warehouses have a total surface of 710 square metres. One of these is currently used as a drying barn for grapes and another one as herb-medicine room. In the vicinity, there is a warehouse currently used as a garage and storage for tools. In the adjacent area there is a pool of 5 x 10 m over the ground.
Podere (600 square metres) At 1500 m from the central part of the estate, there is a ruin with a total surface is 600 square metres.
The estate includes 304,86 hectares, composed as follows.
12,5 hectares of working vineyard Vineyard dating back to 1969: 0,64 Ha (Bianco Toscano/Vinsanto Chianti 0,64 Ha) Vineyard dating back to 1995: 3,48 Ha (Chianti Colli Senesi 2,04 Ha ; Colli Etruria Centrale 0,83 Ha) Vineyard dating back to 1999: 3,35 Ha (Chianti Colli Senesi 3,35Ha) Vineyard dating back to 2004: 2,84 Ha (Chianti Colli Senesi 2,68 Ha) Vineyard dating back to 2005: 2,31 Ha (Chianti Colli Senesi 1,11Ha ; Bianco Toscano /Vinsanto Chianti 0,50Ha)
3,31 of vineyard to extirpate with surface to be replanted before 2017 Vineyard dating back to 1964 : 3,31 Ha (Bianco Toscano/Vinsanto Chianti 0,48 Ha ; Chianti Colli Senesi 1,97 Ha).
7,35 hectares of olive grove (2000 plants approximately) Olive grove between 50 and 60 years included those built up by stumps planted after 1985 (2,60 Ha = approximately 400 plants) Olive grove planted in 1988/1989 with implantation of 6m x 6m (3,40 Ha = approximately 950 plants). Olive grove planted in 1999/2000 with implantation of 6m x 3m (1,35 Ha = approximately 750 plants). Varieties : Leccino (60%) and Frantoio (40%).
49 hectares of agricultural land These lands are currently cultivated with durum wheat, healing herb and Set Aside.
225 hectares of woodland with ten-year cutting plan .
5 hectares approximately of not cultivated land, domestic vegetable orchard, surface of the buildings and local roads
Private hunting reserve The property includes also a participation share of 260 hectares, where it is possible to hunt pheasants, deers, wild boars and hares.