This fully renovated luxurious Villa has 6 en-suite rooms, large living room with typical fireplaces, grand dining room and kitchen, and great terrace accessibility.
Property ID: 1079

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Luxurious Tuscan villa

Family villa, between the rolling hills, breath-taking view on vineyards, olive groves and green forest of Mount Cetona.

This turnkey family home has already been carefully renovated, using materials from local productions as cotto floors and wooden beams.

Surrounded by its own land of 13 hectares, 1.5 hectares of which is a very healthy vineyard and one hectare of olive groves.

The villa is reached via a long private driveway, which crosses through the landscape with cypresses and an electrically operated gate.

This villa is perfect for those who want to discover the cultural and historical enchantment of traditional and typical Tuscan towns such as Chiusi and Sarteano, the famous cities of Montepulciano, Pienza and Montalcino, famous for its Brunello wine.

Important cities such as Siena, Florence, Lucca, and Pisa in Tuscany.

Orvieto, Assisi, Perugia and Todi in Umbria are easily reachable.

Nature and lovers of relaxation can enjoy in this area, thanks to the thermal baths located in San Casciano dei Bagni.

Located in a very private position, yet only 5 minutes from amenities and is surrounded by greenery of the splendid Tuscan countryside and all around there are secular trees. The panoramic view is on Mount Cetona, and the Tuscan rolling hills are just marvellous.

The garden and terraces are designed to mimic the vintage typical Tuscan style with cypresses and olive trees, and is equipped with a barbecue and a wood oven, a very pittoresque patio.

The pool is located in a panoramic position, overlooking the Tuscan hillside and the forests of Monte Cetona. The pool is rectangular shaped and measures 14 x 7 m with a maximum depth of 2,40 m. The pool is surrounded by “cotto” flooring. The pool also has an outside shower.

A very favourable point is that it’s possible to build a 400 square meter building/ home in the vicinity of the main villa.

The price of this luxurious villa is € 3,300,000

Housecode: HC-1079


The Family home is divided into two floors. In front of the main entrance there is a staircase which leads to the first floor.

On the left there is a large living-room with an ornamental fireplace, while on the right there is a dining-room, an open-space kitchen with a fireplace.

The ground floor is completed by a bathroom, a king bedroom, and a double bedroom, both with en-suite bathrooms.

The basement, accessible from the outside, includes a laundry.

The first floor is made up of four double bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms.

General ameneties

Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.

Distances & airports

It’s only 2.5 km from breathtaking Cetona, with many restaurants, cafes, shops, etc.

Just 5 km from Sarteano, another fantastic hamlet with lots of beauty and goodies.

Less than 11 km from medieval Chiusi Scalo

There are many beautiful hamlets, typical Italian villages and small towns in the immediate vicinity.

International airport Florence- Amerigo Vespucci 141 km (1:30 hour by car)
International airpot Rome- Ciampino 170 km (2:00 hours by car)
International airport Rome- Airport Fiumicino is 200 km ( 2:15 hours by car)
Aeroporto dell’Umbria in Perugia is 70 km (1:10 hour by car)

Additional & regional information


Sitting on the slopes of the mountain with the same name, Cetona retains the typical structure of a medieval hill town, with little streets and alleyways that twist and spiral up to the citadel. The Touring Club has awarded the town the coveted orange flag in recognition of its historical, cultural, and environmental heritage and its suitability for tourists.

What to see in Cetona?
Cetona welcomes visitors with its majestic Piazza Garibaldi. This large square piazza was constructed in the mid-sixteenth century by the marquis Vitelli, who wanted to create a new entrance to the town, one that would really show off its architecture. The piazza is surrounded by the churches of Santissima Annunziata and San Michele Arcangelo, and by the Terrosi and Vitelli palazzos.

The town hall is home to the Civic Prehistory Museum of Monte Cetona. This museum documents the various stages of human settlement in the Monte Cetona area, from the Paleolithic era to the end of the Bronze Age. Neanderthal man lived in certain caves around Cetona, leaving traces of himself in the landscape in the form of chipped stone tools and the remains of hunted animals.

The Belverde Archaeological Park lies not far from the town centre. Here you can enter certain travertine caves, which prehistoric man-made homes of. The Belverde Archaeodrome, an educational trail designed to complement and complete a visit to the museum and the park, contains a reconstructed Bronze Age village, with to-scale huts and areas devoted to crafts of the time. A tour of the village starts from the park’s service centre, where there are classrooms for educational activities and an information desk.

Cetona lies in the Sienese Valdichiana, a real heartland of health and wellbeing. Indeed, Chianciano Terme is only a few miles away, one of Europe’s most beloved spa resorts. In the great geothermal parks of Fucoli and Acqua Santa, four different types of health-giving waters rise to the surface.

In spring, Cetona turns into one great garden. The historic centre and the sixteenth-century Piazza Garibaldi become even more beautiful thanks to the arrival of Italy’s most expert florists and floral artists. Cetona in Fiore consists of three days of artistic floral displays, accompanied by cultural initiatives and trails through the town which bring some of Cetona’s most beautiful, secretive corners to light.

Typical Dishes and Produce:
The altitude and the characteristics of the local soil make for a climate extremely favourable to the cultivation of olives. The Terre di Siena DOP extra virgin olive oil is produced here, its fruity aroma complemented by bitter and spicy notes. The area falls within the production zone of Chianti Colli Senesi: a red wine based principally on Sangiovese, one of Tuscany’s most widespread varieties, and blended with other, more native red grapes.

Essential dishes to try including pastrignocchi, a type of poor-cuisine pasta that is worked quickly, without attention to its appearance; and biga, a sort of unleavened bread. The latter’s dough is made with water and wheat flour and seasoned with a pinch of salt.