This prestigious property is set in the Comune of San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Florence province. It consists of a villa padronale surrounded by a big garden of approx. 1ha, a casa colonica, a small guesthouse, a swimming pool and a shed for agricultural equipment. The garden is surrounded by plots of land (vineyard and olive grove). The vineyard has a surface of ha 4,6063, many of them are registered at the Consorzio del Chianti Classico D.O.C.G. while the remaining (approx. 10,20ha) is olive grove registered at D.O.P. Chianti Classico.
Villa Padronale includes different building units:
The villa itself is based on three floors. The ground floor has a kitchen, a closet with laundry, a dining room, two big living rooms, two library and a studio. On the first floor there is a living room, a big bedroom with en suite bathroom and two wardrobes, four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The attic floor has two closets, a bedroom, a bathroom and a dining-living room. The basement has a space for wine aging and wine tasting and it is, together with the colonica, the most ancient point of the property.
The apartment is on two floors. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms; the attic room includes a kitchen, a dining-living room, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a panoramic terrace with view of Florence, Duomo square and Amiata.
The chapel which has the access on south side.
The cellar, which is set on the south side of the villa, has a big space for wine bottling and oil deposit, other two spaces used as storage.
The Lemon storage is on the ground floor of northern side and has a space used as central heating.
The small apartment set on the first floor of northern side, is above the lemon storage.
The most ancient part of the property, probably dating back to fourteenth century, is the casa colonica together with the cellar. The central part of the villa belonged to a family of San Casciano in fifteenth century. In the eighteenth century the villa belonged to a ‘senese family’ who restored the building. The frescos dates back to this last period and were made by a group of important artists from Florence called “Quadraturisti” of eighteenth century.