This was originally a farmhouse built in the mid-18th century in the small village built around the historic villa “Il Bacio.” The house is a three-floor design, the top floor being the old “pigeon coop” with the original beams, and sporting breath-taking views of the surrounding countryside.
The property was restored with great care with an eye toward preserving its ancient Tuscan elements — an olive grove which measures 8,611 sq. ft., and, a smaller separate apartment measuring 484 sq. ft. which adjoins the grove.
The interior of the home is composed of a dining room with adjacent kitchen area. The kitchen provides a spectacular view of the Italian garden belonging to the neighboring villa. Florentine stone stairs lead up to the master bedroom en-suite, and then the enchanting stairwell takes you to the living room and a studio bedroom en-suite.