Charming antique villa dating back to 1500, surrounded by greenery, and just a few kilometers from the city of Siena in the Barontoli area. This historic manor, located in the Barontoli area and that overlooks the antique Saint peters church, has origins dating back to 1500 as the summer residence of a Scottish count. The villa features fascinating architectural characteristics, which throughout time have been maintained by leaving the charming ambient intact. Brick staircases, old ground passages, and huge fireplaces make the interior unique in their disposition by adding value to its' unique entirety. The villa has three levels with a total floor space of The residence is accessed by a beautiful brick staircase that leads directly to the main apartment which is composed of a spacious lounge, a dining room and kitchen, four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a studio with an independent entrance. The ground floor is composed of areas intended for conviviality, for those who like to enjoy family moments and welcome guests: A kitchen equipped with a big fireplace, a big lounge room for guests and through which you access a tuff cellar, a garage, and a bathroom. The attic floor that is accessed by many parts of the house is in need of renovation along with different areas including a small tower. A series of annexes complete the property designed for different uses, a garden partially enclosed, a plot of land, and a fishpond. This residence is perfect as a unique and private house, but it could be restructured to accommodate two families. The maintenance status is good even though certain adjustments and modernizations are needed including a complete renovation of the attic floor.
Listed by Coldwell Banker Chianti Heritage