Nestled among the hills just outside the city of Siena, overlooking the Val d'Orcia valley, this unique property is located on a hill easily reached by a paved road and has a park of about 3.3 ha with 300 olive trees and a large 12x6 swimming pool. The house develops around the Baroque chapel which was renovated and remodeled in the 17th century, while it has been acknowledged since the 15th century when Pope Pius II probably dedicated it to St. Bernard of Chiaravalle. Of particular interest is the fresco with the virgin and child holding a bird dating back to the 14th and 15th centuries. The property is approx. 480sqm and is spread over two distinct units. One is that of the chapel with a room and bathroom on each side in the two wings of the central area. This part is connected to the more rural structure by a glass corridor, which makes everything very interesting architecturally and in this area there is the kitchen, the living area two further bedrooms with two bathrooms and a wonderful winter garden. Discernibly, the central part and the most suggestive is the chapel itself, today a sumptuous living room. The property needs restyling, but structurally it is in good condition and lends itself to various projects: as a private home, as a small accommodation facility, or a space to organize events. A timeless assembly that still brings anyone who enters it in another era.
7min from the center of Siena, 1 hour from Florence, 1 hour and 40 from Pisa and Rome and 1 hour and 30 from the beaches of the Tyrrhenian Sea.