Farmhouse with swimming pool for sale in Chianti
Near the town of Radda in Chianti, in the province of Siena, there is this stunning Tuscan farmhouse for sale.
This perfectly renovated estate boasts not only an extraordinary setting surrounded by green hills, but is also equipped with all comforts and has a wonderful infinity swimming pool with a truly breathtaking view.
This property for sale measures 550 m2 overall and is composed of the stone-made main house and an annex. It has a distinctive central tower and it is surrounded by a terraced garden following the hill's natural slope.
On the ground floor of the 475 m2 farmhouse there is a bright hall leading to a study and to the dining area. The rustic and welcoming kitchen is in full Tuscan-style and there is a cellar next to it.
The first floor is composed of another hall with a fireplace, three bedrooms with private bathroom, and another bedroom which is in the tower. There are other two bathrooms on the ground floor and one on the first, while the fifth bedroom (for staff) is also on the ground floor.
This farmhouse for sale in Chianti is surrounded by approximately two hectares of private land, where there are around fifty olive trees for oil production. There is also the possibility to convert and expand an existing hut, measuring approximately 80 m2, into a house for guests.
price: 2,5M to 5M
Type: Tuscan farmhouse
Internal surface: 550 m2
External surface: 2 hectares
Infinity swimming pool
Siena 35 km - Florence 50 km - Arezzo 60 km - Pisa 110 km - Lucca 120 km - Livorno 120 km - Grosseto 110 km
price: 2,5M to 5M
Tuscany Radda in Chianti
The Chianti area, in the heart of Tuscany, just a few kilometres from Arezzo, Florence and Siena, consists mainly of rolling hills adorned with impressive castles, typical villages, old farmhouses, churches and luxury Renaissance villas.
Wine production is very popular here, not surprisingly with the term ''Chianti'' that identifies the prestigious DOCG wine that is produced here. The Etruscans were the first to start this crop, followed by the Romans and the Lombards until the Medici period, when a great impulse to agriculture was given in these areas.
There are still many luxury villas of the lords of these lands that for centuries have shaped the history of Chianti, properties of great value, often built on an elevated position, enjoying breathtaking views where the countryside is the real star, with its extraordinary colours and fragrances.