|Minimum Stay||5 - 7 nights|
Castel Pietro + Guest House + Villa Pietro
A long driveway lined with century old cypress trees leads to this beautiful country villa with private chapel and a tower. The most ancient part dates back to the Middle Ages ,but the building has been enlarged and transformed several times. It’s been in possession of the current owners for centuries now and is the hearth of a farm estate producing Chianti wine from the Arezzo hills and olive oil (both can been purchased).
Surrounded by wonderful cypresses , cederas and a gorgeous pine tree, the propriety boasts a peaceful position with wide views over the Chiana valley and hills including the castle of Gargonza . An attentive restoration has put in evidence the original ceilings with beams and bricks, stone walls, floors in stone and bricks, antic stone fireplaces.
CASTEL PIETRO on Maiano hill - 700 m² - Sleeps 22 - 11 bedrooms:
• dining-room with corner kitchen
• large dining-table for 22 people
• direct access to the garden via a large glass wrought-iron door opposite the large gazebo
• another large table for 22 people for dining outside
• 1 double bedroom; 1 bathroom with bath-tub
• living-room with large stone fireplace, satellite-TV and direct access to the garden
• main kitchen with access also from outside (with oven, large refridgerator, microwave oven, dishwasher and american coffee maker)
• 1 double bedroom with bathroom with shower and access to the rear garden.
First Floor (with air-conditioning)
• living-room with large stone fireplace, satellite-TV and access to the balcony, complete kitchen
• 1 double bedroom with bathroom with shower
Second Floor (with air-conditioning)
• 1 large double bedroom with 3 windows; 1 large bathroom with bathtub
• 1 twin bedroom with bathroom with shower and independent access from the outside
• 1 double bedroom with bathroom with shower and satellite-TV
• 1 small kitchen for breakfasts
• 1 twin bedroom with bathroom with bath-tub, satellite-TV and exit onto the panoramic terrace under the tower
• 1 large bedroom with 2 double beds with bathroom with shower and wardrobe cabin
ANNEX (ACCESS ONLY FROM OUTSIDE)
Ground Floor (with air-conditioning)
• living-room with satellite-TV; complete corner kitchen, access to the garden where there is another gazebo;
• 1 double bedroom with bathroom with shower.
First Floor: (with air-conditioning)
• 1 double bedroom with satellite-TV and bathroom with bath-tub;
• 1 twin bedroom with satellite-TV and bathroom with bathtub and shower
Built in the time of the Renaissance, this beautiful house has been owned by the same family for centuries. The tower and the chapel are the hallmarks of Villa Pietro, and guests come here to buy olive oil and Chianti wine.
The elegant residence was recently renovated to provide all modern conveniences and can now accommodate up to 16 people in 6 bedrooms. The view towards the region of Valdichiana is truly impressive.
Villa Pietro is part of the luxury villas portfolio of fantasiavillas.com, helping you experience the best holiday villas in Tuscany.
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Contact a representative of Fantasia Villas today and enquire about Villa Pietro, one of the luxury villas in Tuscany, or suggestions for more luxury villas for rent in Italy.
Maiano is small hilltop locality, now part of Fiesole, in Tuscany.
The Chiesa di San Martino was founded there in the eleventh century and subsequently restored in the fifteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries. A palagio existed at Maiano in the Middle Ages, but in 1467 it was destroyed in a storm. It was rebuilt as the Villa di Maiano which today still dominates the Fattoria di Maiano estate. In the thirteenth century the poet Dante da Maiano was born there, though he was active in Florence. The family of Renaissance sculptors Giuliano da Maiano, Benedetto, and Giovanni da Maiano moved from Maiano to Florence in the fourteenth century.