Villa Montepulciano takes its name from the famous town of Etruscan origins that it overlooks, witness of the passage of famous artists like Luca Della Robbia and Duccio Da Buoninsegna , who embellished the city under Florentine rule.
The origins of this wonderful property date back to the Etruscan period, when it said the subterranean passages, that now are part of the cellars, belong to.
Set among the most beautiful towns of centre Italy: Montalcino, Pienza, Cortona, San Gimignano and Siena, the Villa lies on a fantastic position, although being close to all the amenities.
DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDINGS
Villa Montepulciano is composed by a main body and three detached annexes totaling 1,000 sqm.
Immersed in a wonderful Italian garden, which has been perfectly maintained by the current owners and where anyone can enjoy peaceful and relaxation by reading a book or simply admiring the wonderful panorama, the villa is a rare beauty jewel which during the Renaissance has made rivals some of the most important families. This is confirmed by the frescoes and armorial bearings depicted in the faade of the building. The house is set on four levels.
- On the lower ground floor there are some cellars with tasting room and rustic restaurant with kitchen. Furthermore, here there is an independent apartment with outside entrance composed of: dining room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
- The ground floor, where the main entrance is located, comprises a large reception with frescoed ceilings, living room with fireplace and small closet. On the right handside of the entrance we find two suites composed by: double bedroom, living room and bathroom. Still on the ground floor a staircase leads to the cellars.
- On the first floor, instead, we find two double bedrooms with bathroom, a suite composed by: double bedroom, living room and bathroom, and a closet.
- The second floor, finally, comprises three double bedrooms with bathroom.
This level has a rustic style: the ceilings have exposed beams and terracotta tiles and the floors are in parquet. The ground and first floor, instead have frescoed ceilings and terracotta flooring.
Next to the main villa there are three annexes: a small church, a lemon house and an old wood-burning oven with pergola.
The lemon house is made up of a restaurant with professional kitchen and powder room and by an independent apartment with living, kitchenette, dining room, bedroom and bathroom.
In the other annex, a converted barn, there is another independent unit composed by: living room, two double bedrooms and bathroom.
The property is totally surrounded by an Italian garden with many types of flowers, a fountain, a pond a wonderful pool with infinitive edge and Jacuzzi bathtub.
The swimming pool, very panoramic and with an Infinity layout, is fitted with a whirlwind system. Under the swimming pool there is a 60-sqm storage room that can be converted into a SPA.
The property is completed by 2 hectares of land with 450 olive trees and a small vineyard.