Villa in Castelnuovo Berardenga, Tuscany, Italy
Renovated stone farmhouse with swimming pool in the heart of Chianti
Located in the heart of the Sienese Chianti, just a few minutes from Siena and surrounded by fine vineyards, this beautiful stone farmhouse is spread over several levels and consists of three buildings for a total of 654 square metres. The first unit has a surface of about 172 square metres and is spread over two levels: a beautiful porch leads into the large and bright living room, with a large fireplace and beautiful views of the surrounding vineyards, and from here to the spacious kitchen with windows on three sides. On the upper floor, there is a comfortable living area and two bedrooms, both with en suite bathrooms. The main apartment, which has a total area of about 450 square meters, is spread over three levels and has multiple entrances. Accessing it from the exclusive courtyard with its beautiful shed where you can spend free time or convivial moments, you enter the living room, which extends as far as the eye can see and in which stands a large double-sided fireplace. On the same floor there are a kitchen, two bathrooms and a bedroom with a gable roof. Upstairs a large living area with fireplace, a bedroom with en suite bathroom, a second spacious bedroom overlooking the porch and a second bathroom. In the basement, there is a study, a cellar, large utility rooms and a hallway from which you access the pool. The real estate includes a third unit, separated from the first two, which could easily be used as an outbuilding for guests or as accommodation for service personnel; It consists of a living area with kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom. The property has a swimming pool set in the vineyards with views of the countryside. The property has recently been the subject of careful renovation, using materials of great value.
This beautiful stone farmhouse is located a few kilometres from Siena, at the gates of the Sienese Chianti, immersed in a naturalistic context of rare beauty. It is the territory between the city of Siena and the sourest Chianti, where you can still admire the rolling hills marked by the characteristic vineyards and the majesty of ancient olive groves. The territory of Berardenga owes its name to Berardo, son of Count Wuinigi di Ranieri, governor of Siena and Roselle, and extends between Bozzone and Arbia and was ground, in time, of fierce battles. The property is located in the immediate vicinity of the most famous cellars of the Chianti Classico, Siena can be reached in a few minutes, Florence in less than an hour.
Strada di Pagliaia, Castelnuovo Berardenga, Tuscany, Italy