Tuscany - Farm Wine Estate For Sale In Siena, Vineyards, Olive Grove
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- 50 bedrooms
- 50 bathrooms
Property descriptionFacing the green hills around Siena, medieval hamlet with private hunting reserve. The property is composed of a main villa with private chapel and refectory as well as seven additional farmhouses. Some of the farmhouse are divided into apartments currently dedicated to an accommodation business. The estate boasts 305 hectares of land with 13,5 of vineyard (+3,5 with replanting rights) with a production of 30.000 bottles per year. GEOGRAPHIC POSITIONFacing the green hills around Siena, this is a medieval hamlet placed on a hilly and panoramic position 16 km away from Siena and one hour from the airport of Florence.DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDINGSThe property is composed of a main villa with private chapel and refectory as well as seven additional farmhouses completing the village, for a total surface of 4,677 sqm. Some of the farmhouses are divided into apartments currently dedicated to an accommodation business.The villa (462 sqm), dating back to the middle age, is disposed on three levels. This building features two terraces with loggias.Like the villa, the church (307 sqm) is classified as a building of historical interest and notified to theSoprintendenza ai beni architettonici e culturali. The refectory includes a restored apartment. On the lower ground floor there is an office, cellar, technical rooms and the water deposit.A cellar with tasting room (577 sqm) is laid out onto two floors:- Ground floor: rooms for wine-making.- First floor: tasting room, kitchen, vinsantaia and technical rooms. The tasting room and the kitchen have been completely restored in 2003.A farmhouse (145 sqm) is currently hosting the staff quarter and is located in front of the main villa.The Casale Fiorentino (86 sqm) is laid out onto two floors:- Ground floor: wine storage room;- First floor: apartment completely restored in 2006.The Casale Senese (480 sqm) is laid out onto two floors with a few annexes:- Ground floor: warehouse for wine bottles storage and oil bottling;- First floor: 150 sqm apartment;- Annexes: wood-burning oven, doghouse and vegetable gardens on the walls.The Oliviera (250 sqm) is laid out onto two floors:- Ground floor: warehouse for bottle-storage;- First floor: warehouse.The farmerrsquo;s house (435 sqm) is laid out onto two floors organized as follows:- Ground floor: warehouse, technical rooms, dining room, bathroom and dressing room. On the outside area, there is a wood burning oven and two orchards on the walls;- First floor: two apartments with independent entrances, restored in 2006.A shed (174 sqm), built in the 1960s, is currently used as a garage.The Casa Lamberta (229 sqm) is laid out onto three floors composed as follows:- Lower ground floor: warehouse, cellar and doghouse;- Ground floor:agricultural warehouse;- First floor: to be connected to the ground floor with a staircase (existing project).A ruined tower (40 sqm) lies next to the medieval walls.A rustic farmhouse (182 sqm) was completely restored in 2005 and is set amidst the vineyards.The warehouse and garage (710 sqm) are currently used as a drying barn for grapes and herb-medicine room. In the vicinity, there is a warehouse currently used as a garage and storage for tools.A farmhouse (600 sqm) is set roughly 1,500 m from the core of the hamlet.EXTERNAL AREAThe estate includes 305 hectares of land, of which 260 ha are registered as private hunting reserve, where one can hunt boars, pheasants, hares and deers.The greatest surface is covered in woodland (230 ha) with a ten-year cutting plan. After that, 54 ha are covered in arable land (set-aside scheme) cultivated with durum wheat and alfalfa.The vineyard covers 13.5 hectares of land and is registered as Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG (11.2 ha), Colli Etruria Centrale DOC (0.8 ha) and Bianco Toscano IGT (1.5 ha). The oldest vineyard (3.3 ha) was planted in 1964 and needs replanting to become productive again. Current production ranges around 30,000 bottles per year (up to 90,000 by using the replant right for further 3 ha of vineyard).Finally, the olive grove covers 7.4 hectares of land for a total of roughly 2,000 trees. Varieties cultivated in the estate are Leccino (60%) and Frantoio (40%). Trees were planted between 1985 and 2000.
-, Siena, Siena, Italy
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