Chianti Classico, Florence Provence, Italy
- Interiors: 1,605 sqm (18,284 sqft)
- Exteriors: 56.0 ha (138.4 ac)
- Bedrooms: 21+
- Bathrooms: 20+
- Vineyard: 5,9 ha
- N. Bottles: 30.000 Max
- Olive Grove: 6,1 ha
Featuring stone walls, wooden beams, terracotta floors, original fireplace, stone mills, cellar, garden, BBQ area, swimming pools, paved courtyard, vineyard, olive grove, development opportunity for additional guest accommodations and/or wine cellar.
- Chardonnay vines.
This beautiful historic property is located on the hills surrounding Greve, in the heart of Chianti Classico and a short distance from Florence. The property is made up of a beautiful hamlet including a 17th-century manorial villa (4 bedrooms), an Agriturismo (12 bedrooms) and a farm to be restored, ideal to expand the accommodation business or create a wine cellar. The 56-ha estate includes a vineyard (5.9 ha) with Sangiovese, Cabernet and Chardonnay vines.
Basic services are available in the nearby town and Tuscany can all be reached in 1 1/2 hr by car.
DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDINGS:
The manorial villa (430 sqm – 4,627 sqft, 4 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms) is laid over three floors. The lower ground floor houses the old cellars, an entrance room, a dining area with a kitchen and a bathroom. The upper ground floor, accessed from outside as well, includes a beautiful reception hall, a private office space and four bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. The first floor is currently used as a storage area with six rooms.
The Agriturismo (660 sqm – 7,102 sqft, 12 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms) has been created in a separate wing of the main complex and houses six apartments, one of which is currently used by the owners.
Both the villa and the farm feature generous green areas all around, landscaped into gardens with stone walls, hedges and decorative plants. The villa has its own private 8 × 4 m swimming pool located in the walled courtyard (roughly 350 sqm, with garden), while the Agriturismo can enjoy a bigger 15 × 7.5 m swimming pool shared by guests and set slightly above the building, in front of the farm and at the center of a 1,200-sqm garden that could also double as an event venue. Right next to the Agriturismo, going towards the BBQ area, is a convenient paved apron overlooking the surrounding Chianti hills, very suitable for events and meetings.
Beyond the gardens, the estate covers over 56.0 hectares on the hills. The woodland (roughly 40.0 ha) includes both coppice (30.3 ha) and a chestnut grove (6.0 ha). The remaining surface is mainly farmland and includes both vineyards (5.9 ha) and an olive groves (6.1 ha). The arable land (3.4 ha) could be easily used to plant more vines. As for production, vineyards are registered as Chianti Classico DOCG (3.0 ha) and Toscana IGT (2.9 ha).
As for the vineyards, the oldest vines (Cabernet) date back to 1995, while the most recent implants include Sangiovese (2009, 2020) and Chardonnay (2020). The planting distance is uniform (2.60 × 0.80 m) for younger vines, while it still has the old layout (3,00 × 1,20 m) in the oldest areas.
**Prior to scheduling a showing or sharing confidential business financials, owners require the provision of a bank letter demonstrating the prospective Buyer's financial ability to successfully transact a purchase in the range of the Asking Price utilizing cash funds, OR a combination of cash and a loan facility. Following receipt of the bank letter, execution of a Non-Disclosure Agreement will then be required.
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