The residential section of the borgo consists of approximately 2500 m² of which 1800 m² are living spaces. This is divided between the main villa that dates back to the 1800s, a second building with 8 apartments of various sizes (1–3 bedrooms each), and two other structures that require a bit of renovation. Currently, both the villa and apartments are rented out as short term vacation rentals. There is a separate building used for reception, administration office, a tasting room, and a large cellar for the ageing of the wine (capacity of 70 tons). There are two swimming pools on site; one that serves the main villa and another larger one with a private garden and panoramic views that serves the apartments. Working Winery And Olive Oil Production: The vineyards are mainly on the west part of the property and take full advantage of ideal natural conditions and climate. There are approximately 20 hectares of vineyards of which 17 hectares are Chianti Classico and 3 hectares are IGT. The age of the vines varies with the oldest planted in 1976 and the newest in 2018. There are 20 hectares of olive groves consisting of approximately 4000 trees (moraiolo, leccino, frantoio). The actual production of oil is around 5000 litres (mix of IGP and DOP) The remaining land consists of a forest, woodlands, and land that may be cultivated in the future. The property is currently family owned and operated and has more than 50 years of experience and brand reputation. It is well recognised both in Italy as well as in the international market. New owners have the option of keeping the current owner/manager on board to ensure success in continuing the business and taking advantage of his many years of expertise and knowledge of both this particular land and his business.