This spectacular property, located near the San Casciano dei Bagni area, offers elegance, comfort, and panoramic views beyond compare.
The luxury property is located a few kilometers from San Casciano dei Bagni, a very charming medieval village in the province of Siena, where there is one of the most famous spas in Europe, the Fonteverde Natural Spa Resort.
The property offers a stunning view of the surrounding valley, and consists of the main villa and 2 dependances, with independent access and avenue.
The main house is surrounded by 20.000 m² of enclosed garden with swimming pool (12x5m)
Main building: The villa of 550 m² has: 1 large living room with fireplace and television, 1 studio, 1 dining room and 1 country kitchen. The sleeping area consists of 4 double bedrooms with ensuite bathroom plus another bathroom.
Dependance: In the dependance you will find a living room with small kitchen and a sleeping area consisting of: 1 double bedroom with separate entrance and bathroom; double bedroom with bathroom; twin bedroom on the upper floor (reachable via a steep spiral staircase) that shares a bathroom with the bedroom below).
In the other annex there are technical rooms, storage rooms, etc. plus an apartment composed of living-dining room, bathroom and bedroom.
The villa has 4 covered parking places.
Destinations: the property is located in a strategic position in southern Tuscany, in the characteristics Siena hills, between Val di Chiana and Val d'Orcia. A few steps away from the property there is San Casciano dei Bagni, the picturesque medieval village, known for its hot springs. Its territory includes the so-called'badlands', large erosion of clay and sand, which create a silvery landscape. Other easily accessible spas are: Montepulciano (with the charm of its Renaissance palaces and the pleasure of good wine), Chianciano Terme and Bagno Vignoni, which combine the tranquility and beauty of the landscapes with the pleasure of spending time with the body thanks to their amazing healing waters. Another striking itinerary is the magnificent landscape of the Val d'Orcia, recognized in 2004 as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here we can find small towns such as: - Castiglione d'Orcia, a medieval village located on a steep rocky hill upon which stands the fortress of Tentennano; - Montalcino, known for the production of the ”Brunello“ wine; - Pienza, the town of Pius II, famous for the ”pecorino cheese“; - Radicofani, was for centuries one of the most important strongholds in Italy, controlling the border of Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany; - San Quirico d'Orcia, the heart of the Val d'Orcia and one of the most remarkable examples of medieval town planning. Main distances: Cortona (60 km), Arezzo (86 km), Perugia (98 km), Siena (101 km), Florence (142 km)