This ancient stone farmhouse has a panoramic and dominant position with striking views of the surrounding hills and the Monte Amiata in the background. It is located in the Ambra valley at 2 km from the hamlet Montebenichi.
The property is composed of a main building of about 280 sqm, an independent outbuilding of 84 sqm, a swimming pool and 6.72.05 ha of land including a vineyard and an olive grove.
The farmhouse is completely restored and is characterised by a small courtyard with an external staircase that gives access to the first floor. This floor is composed of an apartment of about 86 sqm with kitchen, mezzanine, 2 double bed rooms and two bathrooms. The other apartment of about 75 s.qm has a living room, kitchen, a double bed room and a bathroom.
The two apartments can easily be transformed into a single home.
At the ground floor there is a third apartment of about 60 sqm composed of a living room, kitchen double bedroom and bath room. There are also three cantina’s, a laundry area and an ancient oven of 14 sqm.
Around the main house there is vast area of 3 ha all fenced that also includes a stone guest house on two floors in the raw state and a swimming pool of 6×14 with panoramic terrace.
The property covers a total area of about 7 ha of which a garden of about 5000 smq, 3.6 ha of woods, 2 ha of olive grove with 500 trees and a Vineyard Chianti DOCG of 0.53 ha.
Bordering the southern tip of chianti, the Ambra valley is home to phenomenal restaurants, castles, vineyards and charming hill towns. In the main town, Bucine, is a train station located where you can catch an hourly train to Florence.
The Siena – Bettolle motorway link is only 13 km away; Siena can be reached in just 40 minutes by car.