Tuscany’s Chianti, located between the provinces of Florence and Siena, is an area known throughout the world for its production of fine, high-quality wine.
Framed by an unmatched landscape, the prestigious Renaissance estate revels in a centuries-old history played out within an area world-famous for its wine traditions. A true haven of rest, the villa—built during the 13th century—was once owned by a famous painter, and was converted recently into an intimate luxury resort. The three-story, 578-square-meter main structure features a spectacular watchtower. An additional complex includes a two-story villa of 300 square meters, four apartments with luxury finishes, and a 17th-century church. The total residential space is 1,900 square meters. Magnificent grounds measure over ten hectares, five of which feature forests, cultivable lands, vineyards, and an olive grove. Three swimming pools, private leisure areas, four manicured traditional gardens adorned by marble fountains, ornamental plants, and elegant sculptures, lakes, mazes, and embellished terraces beckon guests.