Feature For Sale: 14th Century Tuscan Hamlet
Perched atop a hill with panoramic views of the Italian countryside around Siena this Hamlet has been converted into a remarkable boutique hotel. From 1350 to 1837 the hamlet belonged to the Piccolomini family, a noble family who rose to prominence in the 13th century and count 2 Popes among family along with other members who attained other high standing positions in Italian society.
Most of the hamlet is used as a 4 Star Hotel consisting of 27 rooms with ensuite bathrooms. 64,583 square feet have been fully restored and an additional 32,291 square feet are still in need of restoration at which point they can then be used for the hotel expansion. The price is upon request but it's listed somewhere between $13 million USD and $28 million USD.
The property amenities include:
formal restaurant, entirely restored in 1971
a private chapel
a wine cellar equipped with high-tech wine-making equipment
high quality vineyards
OFFERED BY: SOTHEBY’S
PRICE: Price Upon Request
SIZE: 96,875 ft2
LAND: 69 Acres