This majestic villa, dating from the 1800s, is situated within the UNESCO World Heritage Natural Park of Val d’Orcia on 38 hectares of pristine rolling hills. This gorgeous farmhouse provides a spectacular panorama of medieval towers, vineyards, olive groves, and seemingly endless rows of golden wheat. The estate is distributed over three municipalities within the province of Siena: Pienza, Torrita di Siena, and Trequanda, with the villa being located in Pienza (a UNESCO World Heritage). It is a mere seven kilometres to the centre of Pienza, ten kilometres to Montepulciano, 32 kilometres to Montalcino, 40 kilometres to Cortona, 53 kilometres to Arezzo, and 62 kilometres to Siena. Florence, Rome, and the seaside are also easy daytrips. In addition, the villa, literally within a nature reserve and operating as an organic farm, offers ample opportunity to observe local wildlife such as deer, wild boar, wild rabbits and pheasants. Guests can just as well relax by the heated swimming pool, enjoy a private yoga lesson in the workout facility, or pamper themselves in the spa facilities on-site. The villa, built in the 1800s, is handcrafted from original stone and wood collected over centuries from the surroundings. The home is decorated in a traditional Tuscan style, with a refined rustic exterior and modern and functional interior, all with a strong focus on quality, natural materials such as wood, terracotta, wrought iron, linen, silk and cashmere. The villa maintains its original charm while providing all modern amenities. The ground floor comprises a large kitchen and dining area with fireplace. The kitchen is fully equipped but maintains a quaint, Tuscan charm. The estate can host up to eight guests across four spacious suites. Each of the four suites is equipped with an en-suite bathroom, an international adaptor, a hairdryer, a 42-inch satellite TV, and wireless speakers. From its dominant position, that enjoys exposure from the sun from dawn to dusk, it offers unparalleled views of the famed Tuscan landscape. Beyond the villa, the property includes vineyards, olive groves, lavenders, woods, truffle farms, beehives and orchards of ancient fruit varieties. Meandering through the medieval cities of Tuscany, absorbing art and history, hunting and eating the freshest truffles, grapes and olives Italy has to offer, or taking repose by the pool, this fantastic estate offers the quintessential Tuscan experience.