On 2 floors and with 3 entrances, the property was originally the granary on the upper floor and the olive mill on the ground floor with the threshing floor as a patio leading to the upper floor entrance.
As the entire village is listed, the granary and all the buildings have been restored simply and carefully maintaining the authenticity of the estate. Since 1994 the bathrooms have been restored and where possible all the original materials have been recuperated.
The terraced olive groves below have also been preserved with impressive dry-stone walls restored in their unusual but original, curved forms. There are around 160 trees.
GPL gas tank.
The water supply is mains via the estate.
House 337 sq m
One entrance is via the threshing terrace leading to the upper floor with a big landing off which there are 2 bathrooms, stairs leading to the lower floor, bedroom, and master bedroom with large bathroom and dressing area.
Lower ground floor: small study area/cloakroom, laundry room and WC, 2 steps down to a big living room with fireplace (currently with a closed wood burning stove) and arched door to outdoor pergola, dining area with fireplace and kitchen. From the dining area there is a large glass door to the dining terrace. The rooms are ample and light and the house provides spacious rooms.
Two further entrances from the track lead to the covered parking area and a technical room.
The land comprises several terraces with olive trees and beautiful stone walls down to the lower part of the land with a stream and flat land, ideal for animals or sports areas.
Just 20 km to Siena and 3 km to Sovicille, the property looks south-westwards over olive groves and fields. The village is accessed by a short dirt road.
All distances approximate.