Fascinating property with a view on the Maremma valley only 28km away from the Tuscan beaches.
The property includes a spectacular typical Tuscan two levels farmhouse of about 330 square meters and a one level villa built in 2015 in bio architecture of 220 square meters, both adjacent to a swimming pool.
The estate consists of a farm merged with land of about 24 hectares divided into: 7 hectares of vineyards with 37,000 vine plants, of which 85% Sangiovese and the remaining part Merlot and Montepulciano, 600 olive trees with an annual production of 500 kg of oil, 5 hectares of forest and the remaining part arable land.
The main house is a typical Maremma farmhouse with the main entrance from the patio, a spacious and elegant fully equipped kitchen-dining area, charming dining room, intimate living room with a fireplace and with important period details and a first bedroom with an adjoining bathroom. Upstairs there is another large study, a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and a wardrobe, 2 double bedrooms and an additional bathroom.
The second house is newly built in bio-architecture, completely self-sufficient, thanks to the photovoltaic system that also supports the farm. The property has a very bright open space living room with large French windows overlooking the garden, a large kitchen of organized and convivial design and a dining area/study.
The sleeping area consists of a large master suite with a study and bathroom, with large windows overlooking the property, two double bedrooms and a second bathroom.
There is a large porch with incredible view of the valley, that can be converted into another living area. There is also a shed of about 120 square meters and an old oven of about 20 square meters adjacent to the house.
Tuscany will win you over with its unique landscapes, cities of art, thousand-year-old history and fantastic food
Tuscany’s magical atmosphere evolves day by day as you stroll around the cities of art, cycle in the parks, enjoy the sea or savour its typical products, in a region with a one-of-a-kind natural, cultural and historical heritage that has fascinated visitors for centuries.
Maremma in Tuscany
Maremma area in southern Tuscany
Maremma is a large area in southern Tuscany. It is a perfect microcosm that stretches between the provinces of Livorno and Grosseto. Maremma is unique because of the variety of its territory: blue sea, long beaches, black rock, hills covered with woods, marshes and flat lands, green hills and natural thermal baths.
It’s a timeless region with ancient roots. Here the Etruscans and then the Romans flourished for centuries leaving behind important traces in the Etruscan cities of Populonia and Roselle and many archeological finds around the region. Then the Aldobrandeschi clan arrived and ruled in Maremma during the dark era of the Middle Ages leaving behind high towers, castles and walled towns such as Santa Fiora and Sovana. The Medici and Lorena families also lived here, as the massive Medici wall in Grosseto remind us. The Medici actually started the land reclamation of the marshes in Maremma that ended only after the Second World War.
Maremma is not just culture and landscapes; it is also a region rich in typical products to be tasted and savoured while drinking a good glass of wine. Sea, hills and mountains melt perfectly in its food, the acquacotta soup is a just one example.