Splendid stone farmhouse for sale in Monteriggioni, with a guesthouse, swimming pool, olive grove, and a view like no other on the Tuscan hills, enshrined in a fairytale landscape.
Surrounded with over 19 hectares of land, this prestigious property for sale in Tuscany consists of two separate buildings for a total of 600 sq. m.
Both buildings have been thoroughly renovated, with great focus on the choice of materials and on the rooms’ comfort, combining classic Tuscan house finishes with state-of-the-art systems.
The pool was built right between the two buildings, with a manicured garden around it, as well as sunbathing areas where you can relax and enjoy the view surrounding this prestigious farmhouse for sale in Monteriggioni.
This complex is located near the city of Siena, in the area called the Crete Senesi, which surrounds the city. This hill range lays between the city and the proper countryside. The landscape is characterized by a harmonious alternation of planted fields, olive groves, woods with small vineyards, orchards, and vegetable gardens, most of which are family owned.
This wonderful property for sale in the hills of Siena is the end result of having thoroughly renovated a farmhouse.
This prestigious farmhouse for sale in Tuscany is only 10 km from the historic center of the small town of Monteriggioni, with its walls and towers. Siena’s historic center is the same distance from the property. Both are wonderful art cities still maintaining many of their original architectural characteristics. The nearest airports are Florence (73 km, 1h) and Perugia (125 km, 1 h and 30 min.)
The territory of the Province of Siena is one of the richest in artistic and natural wonders in Italy. In ancient times, this same territory was the Republic of Siena, which was independent from 1100 to 1559, when it came under the dominion of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. The hilly landscape has many vast woods and agricultural lands with vineyards and olive groves.
From the Valdelsa territory it is easy to reach world-renowned art cities such as Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, San Gimignano, and Volterra. The valley Val d’Orcia is a hilly area bordering on the north-west with Crete Senesi, on the east with the valley Val di Chiana, and on the south with Mount Amiata (the most important ski resort in southern Tuscany) and with the Province of Grosseto. The Chianti area, world-renowned for wine making, is the piece de resistance of the Province of Siena.
A wide valley, through which runs the river Orcia and which has many small towns surrounded with greenery, this land has been a main stage in medieval Tuscany, an influence which is felt to this day.
The medieval small towns and abbeys, built as small forts or strongholds, are wonderful tourist locations today. Montalcino, Pienza, Radicofani, San Quirico d’Orcia, Bagno Vignoni, and Castiglione d’Orcia are beautiful and well-known destinations.