In the heart of Tuscany and located in a small village a few km from Montepulciano one finds this architectural compound of about 7000 square meters. It is composed of a beautiful Italian garden with century-old trees, a dipping pool and a harmonious neoclassical chapel that can be reached by a long walkway adorned with roses. The 19th century villa has been refurbished several times and now owns a brick tower with a Ghibelline crenellation from which one can enjoy a breathtaking view of Montepulciano and Val di Chiana, as well as a complex of stone farmhouses and elements typical of the Sienese countryside. A historic residence of great charm which is partly fenced with stone walls, separating the property from the village. The entire structure has about 2400 square meters of which 1154 are habitable and about 1300 square meters of storage including warehouses, chicken coops and garages. The villa is spread over five levels, offers large bright spaces. It is partly frescoed with marble floors and two living units to date, one on the ground floor and one on the first floor with a total of 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms. The units are accessed via an important travertine staircase with frescoed ceilings. In the adjacent outbuilding there are three apartments with independent entrances all located on the first floor while on the ground floor there are cellars and garages. Here one finds the typical characteristics of farmer's arrangements of the time, such as wooden beams on the ceilings, brick vaults, terracotta. The apartments are composed as follows: a- dining room, living room and kitchen on the first floor and two bedrooms with a bathroom on the second floor; b- study, porch and entrance on the ground floor, living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and attic on the second floor. c- kitchen/dining space, two bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor. At the back a large shed opens its doors to agricultural land that is about 1.5ha with approx. 300 olive trees in production and an organic vegetable garden. The structure needs a complete restoration, but offers great potential. It could host a private residence with the possibility of attached apartments to rent or to host friends, it could become the headquarters of a company that needs a representative structure, it could host a museum given the historical and artistic importance that the property holds, but it could also become a small boutique hotel a stone's throw away from Val d'Orcia and convenient for those who want to forget about driving when on holiday. Montepulciano is only 1km away, Siena 65 Km, Florence 1 hour and Rome is 2 hours.