Medieval castle in Siena's countryside
This stunning historical castle surrounded by the rolling hills near Siena is for sale.
This historical estate dates back to the 15th century and has come to us in all its charm and rich history.
It is located in a position that dominates the surrounding valley and looks like a real Medieval fortress, with a square and imposing structure and small openings that adorn the façade.
This prestigious estate features perfectly preserved mighty walls, measures 3,800 m2 overall and is composed of several bodies around a central courtyard, where there is a charming round well.
Externally, a 5,000 m2 park surrounds this dream castle; it is also possible to build a swimming pool here.
To complete this property there are also seven hectares of land that are perfect for a vineyard, as an agronomist report states. It would also be possible to include another 11 hectares of land in this sale, bringing the total to 18 hectares, which would be perfect to use and make part of Italy's great agricultural production.
The castle needs internal renovation works, nevertheless, it is noble and elegant, featuring frescoed walls, vaults and trabeated ceilings.
The unique and prestigious context where this ancient estate for sale stands is another feature to boast about: this property's position, on the outskirts of Siena, is perfectly connected with Florence and its airport and close to some prestigious thermal spas and to Tuscany's beautiful sea.
price: On Application
Internal surface: 3,800 m2
External surface: 5,000 m2 + 7 hectares
Castle: 3,800 m2
It is possible to build a Swimming pool
7 ha of land, perfect for a vineyard
11 ha of land to annex to the property
Siena 47 km - San Gimignano 80 km - Florence 110 km - Montalcino 15 km - Chianciano Terme 35 km
price: On Application
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Located at the edge of the tree-filled, tufa-soil zone east of Vignano that slopes – with a series of villas, woods and olive groves – towards the more stark and less-populated area of the Crete Senesi, there is the Castle of Siena. With its four angular towers and battlements, its lovely, austere courtyard recalling that of the City Hall, and its characteristic stairway, the castle commands attention and arouses the curiosity of anyone passing through this area near Siena.
The castle originally belonged to the Cinughi, an aristocratic feudal family from Siena.
During the war of Siena (1555), the castle saw eventful happenings: tradition holds that Marignano lodged here, and during these unfortunate episodes the extravagant furnishings Giovanni Bichi had filled it with were lost.
Located in the heart of Tuscany, this city built on the hills still maintains its medieval appearance with its narrow streets and noble buildings rich in history. Of Etruscan origin, Siena was a Roman colony with the name of Siena Julia but its importance grew in the Middle Ages. After a long period of episcopal dominion, the city reached its peak as an autonomous Comune (1147), adopting a policy of expansionism towards the bordering territories. Confrontation with Florence was inevitable and the struggle lasted, with various vicissitudes, until 1555 when, after a long siege, Siena was conquered by the Florentines and lost its autonomy, becoming part of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany and sharing its fortunes until the unification of Italy.