The location, perched atop a hill,
has been completely restored whilst maintaining the spirit
and atmosphere of a noble mansion. It can easily accommodate 12
people in luxurious comfort. On the ground floor, the front door leads
into a large living room with a fireplace. On the left, a beautiful marble
staircase winds up to the first floor. From the living room a corridor provides
access to the rest of the house. The spacious and fully equipped kitchen
on the right has terracotta flooring and beamed ceilings. Along the corridor,
beyond a guest bathroom, there is a sumptuous dining room with French windows
that access the courtyard. Further on, the Yellow living room with fireplace
has a reading room alcove with TV, computer with broadband line and fax.
To the right, the double bedroom of Federico Barbarossa has an en-suite
bathroom with Jacuzzi bath. On the first floor, at the top of the marble
staircase, a long corridor leads to the bedrooms. On the right there is the
Yellow double bedroom – again with en-suite bathroom with shower and Jacuzzi bath.
To the left there are two twin bedrooms, the Celeste and the Pink bedroom - both
with their own bathrooms, one with shower and tub and the other with shower.
Towards the end of the corridor on the left a double bedroom with outside balcony
overlooks the front yard. It is next to its own bathroom with both shower and Jacuzzi bath.
There is also a laundry room with wardrobe and second staircase leading down
to the ground floor. The annex is a medieval tower standing alongside the villa
(part of the original castle) and has its own access. From the living room
on the ground floor a staircase takes you up to a double bedroom with its own bathroom
with shower. With a breathtaking roof terrace. In front of the Villa a
big garden with a breathtaking view on the Tuscan countryside: dramatic views of
the undulating, fertile countryside below, as far as the towered town of San Gimignano
which is just visible on the horizon to the south. A staircase leads down to the swimming
pool surrounded by a lawn and a n arcaded loggia. Behind is a shower and a fridge.
Limonaia converted into a casual sitting room, with six arched windows offering sweeping
views of surrounding countryside. Breathtaking roof terrace. XIII century chapel dedicated
to Saint Bartholomew, restored in the XVIII century, contains a XIII crypt.