Apartment La Loggia
The apartment LOGGIA is organized as a loft / studio: A single room of 50 m2 spacious, bright and panoramic, with a fireplace. local terracotta tiles on one level with the typical decoration of a house in the Tuscan countryside. Large American fridge and small wooden icebox with brass coating, only to contrast and decoration.
The loft has great natural light thanks to large doors and windows that allow the occupant to feel the protagonist of the beautiful countryside.
The space is well organized and consists of a living area with kitchen and dining area and a sleeping area with a large double bed, a sofa for reading and a bathroom with shower. Outside, the apartment has a private space.
The Farmhouse La Sala offers a unique stay in the Chianti 15 minutes from Greve in Chianti, 30 minutes from Florence, 3 km from a riding school and 12 km from Ugolino Golf Club.
Capacity of the apartment: two bedroom places for two people + 1 cradle
STAFFING OF THE APARTMENT:
KITCHEN WITH UTENSILS
LAUNDRY ROOM CHANGED ONCE A WEEK
FREE WI-FI CONNECTION
History of the farm La Sala
The origins of the farm "La Sala"
According to the register of taxes "Decimario" 1692 (XVII century)
the parish territory of San Pietro a Cintoia was divided into several properties, including that of the "Sala" which belonged to Montescalari monks.
The population of the parish of San Pietro a Cintoia was never large. In 1696 there were only nine families with 112 people.
In 1790 at La Sala lived Giovan Batta Torricelli with 11 people.
In 1855 at La Sala lived Pampaloni Maddalena with 6 people and Tranbusti Antonio with 6 people.
The "Decima", the current tax at the time, was charged to the owner and the farmer, and was donated to the church of San Pietro, in harvesting wheat, wine and oil.
Note that the farm La Sala in 1692 belonged to the monks of the Abbey of Montescalari.
Extract the Episcopal archives of Fiesole.
In 1989 Sandro and Carla became owners of Sala, but the tax called 'Decima' was not applied!
Who we are
Before dedicating myself to the acrivité holiday in the countryside, I was an architect and I was just in love with my veil and our house to the sea. Then we decided to buy a farm in Chianti. If we were to restructure, we noted that there was also a large space for guests. It was at this point that I started to do the project for a honeymoon "Chiantigeanne". Dourant season (April to September) Carla and I live with the guests and we take care of the farm garden, where everyone can freely pick the products. At La Sala, said Carla, everything mounde should feel at home. Then finish the season eté since I am retired now I leave for Burkina Faso, where I dedicate myself to the locals of the job, helping in plantations: an experience the guests of La Sala will get bored never listen.