This estate is in the fortunate town councils of the Orcia Valley, enjoying a territory rich in natural beauty and of historical testimonies: fortified villages are all around, as well as famous wineries and walking, trekking, hiking paths. Baths of Chianciano are minutes away and the property is equally distant from Rome and from Pisa, not to mention it’s less than an hour away from the Lake Trasimeno, where mooring and surfing are also possible.
The main characteristic of this villa is the eclectic mixture of classic and contemporary, all refined by impeccable taste and with an interesting choice of prime quality materials. The villa offers a quantity of space and is an all-seasons perfect property.
The villa, founded in 2001, is a neo-gothic building structured on three levels, which has been completely restored. With great eye for detail and inimitable style of interior design are felt throughout the entire estate: this is a place of authenticity with a truly poetic soul. Other design projects completed by the owner include the refurbishment of the Hotel Hassler, Rome and ‘The International Wine Academy of Rome’ also known as ‘Il Palazzetto’ on the top of the Spanish Steps.
All the major attractions Tuscany is iconic and famous for are located in marvellous Valdorcia. Val d’Orcia fuses art, landscape and ecosystem in one geographical space, it is considered as the purest expression of a series of marvellous natural characteristics and testament to the people that has long- inhabited it.
The images of Val d’Orcia, and particularly the reproductions of their landscapes, representing humans living in harmony with nature, are in fact icons for the Renaissance Age. Gently-rolling hills covered in the dense vegetation of vineyards, olive groves, cypresses, beech and chestnut trees alternate with Medieval habitations, rural villas and castles boasting impervious towers, in a tranquilly-isolated nature, an evocative area shaped by a five-million year of geological.
Wine and cheese productions are premium, as this is the cradle of the famed Brunello di Montalcino wine, the Chianti, the Super Tuscans and home to pecorino Toscano cheese of Pienza. Home to Vasari, the great artist who designed Uffizi the way they still are today and the setting for much of Roberto Benigni’s Oscar- winning film La vita è bella (Life Is Beautiful), Arezzo and its valley are definitely one of the best three locations to visit in Tuscany.
Blessed with beauty, wine and an unparalleled artistic legacy, Tuscany’s a region that largely lives up to its fame. Its fabled rolling landscape has long been considered the embodiment of rural chic, a favourite of foodies and wine lovers, while its cities harbour a significant slice of the world’s Renaissance art.
Florence in itself, boasts more world-class art than many entire Countries. Famous for its hills outlined by endless rows of cypress trees, majestic castles, thermal spa towns, tiny medieval villages surrounded by olive groves, this is an idyllic region that also features gorgeous emerald green seaside as well as dramatic mountains, all in a very concentrated space.
From the fashionable Mediterranean coast to the marble mountains of Carrara, often both visible from one same position, the chestnut forests of the Apennines, the Natural parks with lakes, canyons, thermal springs and grottoes, the luxuriant gardens of the Renaissance villas, olive groves and vines, Tuscany is a fantastic place to visit all year round
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