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Villa Castello

Choosing Villa Castello mean to have granted a special break that will bring the true well-being while enjoying all the amenities, both inside and outside the structure.

  • Type: Villa
  • Area: Tuscany
  • Location: Pienza
  • Min Weekly Rate: 7.140
  • Max Weekly Rate: 7.970
  • Sleeps: 12
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 5

Villa Castello is characterised by gentle, carefully cultivated hills occasionally broken by gullies and by picturesque towns and villages such as Pienza (rebuilt as an “ideal town” in the 15th century under the patronage of Pope Pius II), Radicofani (home to the notorious brigand-hero Ghino di Tacco) and Montalcino (the Brunello di Montalcino is counted among the most prestigious of Italian wines).

It is a landscape which has become familiar through its depiction in works of art from the Renaissance painting to the modern photograph.

The complex consists of 800 mq.ca a manor house, two outbuildings, a loft, a studio, and various local wineries.

They are connected by a beautiful courtyard covered with a vine-covered pergola. Place of privacy and absolute beauty choice as a holiday home by international distinguished guests, the property has been published in major volumes of furniture and domestic and international gardens.

Full large plot of 50,000 square meters. ca. with olive trees and park medicinal plants, a pool of 14×5 meters of travertine edges useble during good season.

Dishwasher
TV
Barbecue
Oven
Microwave oven
WiFi

Villa Castello is located in Monticchiello, in Val d’Orcia, a region of Tuscany, central Italy, which extends from the hills south of Siena to Monte Amiata.

Between Pienza and Montepulciano charming Villa 1300 ‘built on a previous structure along the Via Francigena, an ancient resting place for its proximity with a Carolingian church.

Nearby attactions

The uncertain Roman origins make the name derived from the LaCn Mons Cloelii; traces of MonCcchiello are on a document dated 973 where Lamberto Aldobrandeschi hands it to the Badia AmiaCna. Around 1175 the town is under the poliCcal influence of the City of Siena which is also tesCfied by a peace agreement between Siena and Florence in 1208 that imposes taxes to the inhabitants of MonCcchiello to finance the debt of Siena.