In the idyllic setting of this unique hilltop Borgo, this villa will give you the chance to live the relaxed Tuscan lifestyle. The hamlet is centred in the most sought after location in Tuscany overlooking the renowned Val d’Orcia landscape. With ease of access to some of the world’s most famous towns and cities, steeped in art, history and culture.
The Borgo, placed in a quiet and panoramic position, is composed of 11 villas. Casa di Sopra is an elegant two-storey town house with nice vistas both north and southwards.
The villa is accessed from the central courtyard, once the main square of the village, and has a small private garden of about 157 sq.m.
The interior is made up of a spacious living/dining area with a traditional fireplace on the ground floor area leading onto a Pergola for al-fresco dining. An archway takes you into the kitchen. At the rear of the kitchen is another archway which leads to the ground floor bathroom with shower.
Stairs from the lounge take you up to the first floor where the two spacious bedrooms and second bathroom are located.
The property enjoys a common swimmng pool, for your moments of cheer with friends or to cool off after a long sunny day.
The location, in the area of Crete Senesi, is unique, thanks to its magic landscapes, often described as lunar: the greysh colour of the soil and its gullies make this land appear as a place where time has stopped. Yet, right behind the corner, you can admire the green, rolling hills, that characterize the landscape of Val D’Orcia, the area of Tuscany desired by many.
Being placed right below Siena, from here you’ll be easily connected to some of the most beautiful towns in Tuscany, both in terms of art, culture and landscapes: Pienza, a UNESCO Heritage Site, is just 15 kms away, while Siena – the city of Palio – can be reached in 40 minutes by car only.
San Giovanni D’Asso, placed in the middle of magic Crete Senesi, epitomises the very essence of Tuscany, with its hilltop setting and slopes running down to valley of the Asso river below.
A delightful medieval village, clinging to the walls of its twelfth century castle, and offering traditional bars and small shops selling the excellent local produce, along with Italy’s only truffle museum.
There is a fine example of an ancient Romanesque church, San Giovanni Battista, whilst San Pietro in Villare, one of the most important churches in the area is surrounded by striking cypress trees.
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San Giovanni D’Asso: 2,7 kms
Montisi: 3,4 kms
Montepulciano: 23 kms
Pienza: 15 kms
San Quirico D’Orcia: 17 kms
Montalcino: 20 kms
Siena: 40 kms
Florence: 100 kms
International Airport of Florence: 106 km