A classical villa and working hamlet with 14th century origins and frescoes attributed to Beccafumi. This unique estate is immersed in ca. 200 Ha of beautiful countryside with olive groves and oak woodlands with views towards Monte Amiata
Comprised of a main villa and several further buildings for a total of 7000 sqm, the Hamlet is set around an impressive central 'piazza' with buildings on both sides and steps up to the garden. A long mature cypress avenue leads to the woods beyond.
The villa faces south west and looks over terraced gardens with olive and fruit trees. The formal facade dates to the late 1920's.
The property requires total restoration although there are currently 2 apartments on the estate lived in by the caretakers.
The estate has belonged to the current owner's family since 1919. It was also residence to the painter Emilio Ambron and prior to that, the Piccolomini family from Siena.
Property descriptions and related information displayed on this page are marketing materials provided by Knight Frank - International. Zoopla does not warrant or accept any responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the property descriptions or related information provided here and they do not constitute property particulars. Please contact Knight Frank - International for full details and further information.