Beautiful Tuscan hamlet on top of a hill surrounded by age-long trees. It features a XIX century Villa on three levels, remnants of a medioeval (XIII century) fortress and related watch tower, a small chapel plus farmers buildings for an approximate total area of 1.200 square meters.
The property has a vast extension of land completely merged, with 124 hectares of forest and 62 hectares of cultivated land, for a total of 186 hectares.
The villa is surrounded by an exclusive park with centuries-old tall trees (cypresses, holm oaks, oaks) and can be reached from a magnificent avenue of cypresses.
Current farmers buildings stand on the remains of an antique fort founded by the Free City of San Gimignano to fend off the threats of the Bishop-Prince of Volterra.
During construction of the Villa, traces of an ancient Etruscan settlements were found.
The property is fully served by public water, electricity, telephone line.
Most of the farmers buildings are in the need of a thorough restoration.
Although located a few miles from the city of San Gimignano, this complex enjoys the benefits of being surrounded by paceful woods and lovely countryside.
Well maintained country roads give an easy access to the property.