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  • Owner Interviews,  Villas in Tuscany

    Eremo, the growing love and respect for our Tuscan villa

    Eremo is a lovingly restored stone villa with 12th century origins that has been furnished with exceptional taste.   Set in a wildlife reserve in the hills overlooking the Arno valley, its views, its protected peace and the luxurious hospitality offered its guests make it a delight for large family reunions or special occasions.  This is our interview with the owners: How long have you owned Eremo? We bought our house in 2000. What made you fall in love with it? We fell in love with the location instantly, with its panoramic views west up the Arno valley and its private setting in the middle of a 250 hectare farming…

  • Owner Interviews,  Tuscany,  Villas in Tuscany

    Castelonchio, why we love our Umbrian farmhouse

    Dan Wrightson’s drawing of Castelonchio Castelonchio is a beautifully restored stone farmhouse, set above Lake Trasimeno.  Barry used to have a beautiful house in Mensano, a village close to my parents’ house Timignano. It was remarkable because although it was on the first floor it had a beautiful stone well in a raised courtyard. When he and Karen wanted more space they moved further south, to this beautiful location overlooking Lake Trasimeno. They brought an old property back to life and now live next door and are both discreet and a great help to their guests.  This property is a favourite among our clients for its comfort, the pool set…

  • Owner Interviews,  Villas in Tuscany

    Pietrina, why we bought our Tuscan Villa

    Villa for 10 | Gardens with Lavender | San Giustino Valdarno

    One of the lower bedrooms has french doors leading directly out into the garden Pietrina is a beautiful old Tuscan farmhouse on a ridge in the hills south of Florence. Like many houses it had been abandoned when the original owners moved to the city and it took the loving care of the new owners to bring it back to life. Today it’s a warm family home with beds for 10 people, an ideal spot for a relaxed family reunion. This is our interview with the owners: How long have you owned Pietrina? We’ve now owned it for 15 years, though it took a while to complete the renovations after…

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    Villa near Greve in Chianti with Pool

    Greve, Chianti Villa near Greve in Chianti with a panoramic pool. Casolare is an ancient Tuscan farm-house recently converted into 3 elegant apartments. As Villas near Greve in Chianti go, this one is special. Its present owners have transformed it into three large dwellings with a joyful sense of colour and generous hospitality. The houses are all  individual in style, but all under the same roof and sharing striking views of the ancient landscape that surrounds it. Great Villa for Families All this makes Casolare an excellent place for large groups to gather, be they extended families celebrating a special occasion, or a group of friends eager to explore the…

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    Montestigliano Wedding Venue Tuscany

    near Rosia, Siena A distinguished villa and charming farmhouses on an historic Tuscan estate near Siena. Situated in exceptionally picturesque countryside, Montestigliano has all the characteristics of the classic Tuscan Great Estate: avenues of cypresses, vineyards, olive groves, woodlands and neat, cultivated fields. Historic Tuscan Estate The estate buildings form a small complex with some farmhouses, the villa and agricultural buildings in a beautiful position on top of a hill. There are extensive views of the surrounding countryside. Wide, sandy, cypress-lined avenues traverse the forested hills of the estate, often terminating in belvederes at the most impressive viewpoints. Through the tangled woodlands, across the cultivated plain below, one can see…

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    View from Radicondoli

    3 apartments for 4 near Radicondoli, Siena.  In an inspiring panoramic position, facing across endless unspoilt countryside dotted with vineyards, forests and dramatic hills, Bellavista is a stone farmhouse below the Tuscan hill village of Radicondoli, 500 metres down a track from a country road. The present owners have restored olive groves and renewed vineyards, producing good wine and even better olive oil. Even more care has gone into the three apartments. The swimming pool is on a terrace with never-ending views over the Tuscan countryside. The custodian lives nearby and is very conscientious and helpful. In this Radicondoli Villa the roof is insulated and air-vented, walls are insulated for sound and floors are…

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