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What makes it special


Vistarenni is a stunningly beautiful, 17th Century villa built on Etruscan ruins of a pre-existing village, nestled in the hills of the prestigious Chianti region of Tuscany, between the towns of Gaiole and Radda.

The property, which extends over 296 acres of land, is just 45 kilometers from Florence and 30 kilometers from Siena, with gorgeous, open views of the Tuscan countryside.

This historical, Renaissance property was bought by the wealthy and powerful Florentine Strozzi family in the 19th Century.

The main villa includes over 21528 square feet of living space, with large reception rooms, 13 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. These rooms display a variety of Tuscan characteristics such as cotto floors, beamed and frescoed ceilings, vaults, gray stone fireplaces and more.

The basement of the villa is made up of a vast wine cellar excavated in rock, which is equipped for the production of Chianti wine.

The property includes a 16th Century chapel and a perfectly restored 16th Century farmhouse with six bedrooms and three bathrooms, a tennis court and a swimming pool overlooking the Tuscan hills.

The 296 acres of land include 29 acres of Chianti Classico San Giovese vineyards producing top quality wine which is produced and bottled on the property. The wine label is being sold with the property. There are also 10 acres of olive groves.

Facts and Figures

  • Set on 296 acres of land
  • 29 acres of Chianti Classico San Giovese vineyards
  • 10 acres of olive groves
  • Main villa includes over 21528 square feet of living space
  • 16th Century chapel on property
  • Restored 16th Century farmhouse