Immersed in the national park of Montagnola and surrounded by an area of over 100 hectares, this property with unique and outstanding features is a real village dating back to the eleventh century which represents a small ecological paradise. Historical sources place the foundation of the main building of the estate, originally a military tower, around 1,039 AD. The edifice was transformed into a villa during the sixteenth century.
The property belonged for nearly 500 years to the Tolomei, an ancient and illustrious family of Siena, and has been converted by the current owners in a luxury residence. The estate, consisting of a large piece of land and as many as 11 buildings, erected at different times, has been partially restored, while remaining intact in the original structure.
The buildings have a consolidated structure of brick and stone and the interiors present themselves with the charm of the exposed joint-ceilings and the warm feeling of the terracotta floors, while being surrounded by green meadows, oaks and beech woods.