This beautiful villa, completely renovated in 2014, is dates back to the 18th century. It is positioned in the middle of a 64 acres property, on beautiful green hills, and very close to an uncontaminated sea cost. The name is Villa Renaissance, and it is locatedon the top of Poggio Capraio hill. The location is truly wonderful, very quiet, characteristic, fully immersed in the countryside, in one of the most delightful corners of Tuscany. The villa, which has been converted from an old stone farmhouse, has been completely renovated in 2014, it has a swimming pool and private park (the garden is large 2 hectares), and is at the center of a farm of 65 hectares. Fully equipped and furnished with care, with antique furniture and local handicrafts, it is made up of large common areas (two living rooms, two dining rooms), a large independent kitchen: (fridge, freezer, oven, gas cooker with 5 burners , dishwasher), 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, separate laundry room, satellite TV, DVD, internet connection ADSL no-limits, air conditioning, sauna, whirlpool, gym (also a wall from free klimbing), children's games. A private swimming pool (mt.12 x 6 mt) is available in the summer months, a well-kept garden of 20000 mq.con pets (cats and dogs) friendly and playful full ownership. The large outdoor spaces good (covered patio, pergola with a large wooden table, seating, hammocks), barbecue. Private parking for 4 cars. Daily cleaning (3h/day sunday excluded) is included in the price. Two servants: guardian and housekeeper.
Among the closest beaches, you can find the “Ultima Spiaggia” beach resort, a place very popular among the VIPs and often mentioned in the tabloids. If quiet and peace is what you’re looking for, we suggest the oasis of Burano, a WWF resort; classified FIRST among Italian beaches, for water clarity and preservation of the ecosystem.
However, spending all your time lying on a sunny beach would really be a pity, because area offers so much more. The Maremma, in fact, is among the few areas of Tuscany that have kept their most authentic nature, unspoilt by mass tourism, and carefully preserved by strict local regulations.
In the village of Capalbio (at 7 km ) ancient traditions still survive, elsewhere completely lost. Taking a stroll on its medieval walls, you’ll enjoy a fantastic view of the whole area: fields, hills and the sea with the islands of Giglio and Giannutri.
Also worth visiting the Tarott’s Garden (a Park/Museum of the French sculptress Niki de Saint Phalle); the museum/Castle of Vulci (with the ancient etruskian bridge); Tarquinia Museum and Necropolis (UNESCO Human Heritage site); Saturnia Thermal Baths (with the famous Gorello falls): the villages of Pitigliano, Sovana e Sorano; the Argentario sea-coast and the near-by Tuscany archipelago, with the islands of Giglio and Giannutri; the beautiful Elba Island and the wild Montecristo Island (the one mentioned in Dumas’ “The Count of Montecristo”).
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