Villa with vineyard in the Chianti region in Poggibonsi near Siena
Villa (Bed and Breakfast) in Poggibonsi, San Gimignano, Tuscany, Italy.
A total of 7 apartments, climbing forest and fish pond. Very good income.
Swimming pool very beautifully laid, deep 120 to 200 cm and a special area for young children.
The vineyard: consists of 2 hectares of DOCG Chianti “SanGiovese”. Good for average 17,000 bottles of wine of 75 cc per year (15,000 kg of grapes).
The olive trees: consists of 2 hectares with more than 250 olive trees.
Climbing forest: consists of approximately 7,000 sqm. Divided into two cliff forests. A trail for the adults and a second which is easier for the children. Both very provisionally laid out with a lot of challenge.
Farmland: over 15,000 sqm consists of farmland. You can grow your own vegetables or expand the vineyard and olive trees.
Horse area: around 3,000 m2
Total land plot is 70 dunam (7 hectares)
The farm is licensed and entitled to own three horses. For the extension of a riding school, a new request is required from the municipality.
The farm may also have pigs, chickens, geese and a donkey.
Bed and breakfast,
Producing olive oil,
Different kinds of meat products,
Horseback riding and excursions ( horses are hired)
Many activities in climbing forests,
Fishing in own fish pond,
To shoot bow and arrow,
Large party hall for parties and weddings, enough for 130/140 seats
A small dining room with bar..
Outdoor bar for the swimming pool and the garden.
The land is fully fenced and sealed with an electronically operated gate.
Price € 1.600.000,00 costs to purchaser
Firenze 35 km
Pisa 95 km.
Bologna 130 km.
Roma 250 km
Milan 300 km.
Sant ‘Appiano 2.5 km
Poggibonsi 7 km
Certaldo 10 km
San Gimignano 15 km
Siena 45 km
What is Sangiovese Wine?
Sangiovese is an Italian red wine grape varietal. As Italy’s most popular grape, it is most well known as the primary varietal used in Chianti. Owing to Sangiovese’s ability to take on characteristics of region, climate and those imparted by the winemaker, wines made from this grape vary widely in taste.
CSIRO experimented with the Sangiovese varietal in Australia in the 1960s. Since then there has been an ongoing search for most suitable climates and regions to get the best out of the grape. South Australia and Western Australia have shown some of the most promising results. This success has come at time when the international reputation of Sangiovese has improved in New World markets along with the recognition of Italian Sangiovese styles like Chianti and Brunello.
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