Italy / Tuscany / Siena / Montepulciano
Montepulciano. Ancient residence between Valdichiana and Valdorcia, a magical place, a large uncontaminated park, a building that had its greatest splendor in the 1800s, finely frescoed and magically preserved rooms, a view over Montepulciano in the charm of incredible panorama that extends to Lake Trasimeno until it reaches the horizon at the Appennines.
The villa consists of a ground floor with a large living room and a frescoed environment in which the Napoleonic countryside scenes recuperate in its original beauty, the Tarugi family coat-of-arms to remember the ancient origin of the villa. Always on the same floor Room with bathroom and independent entrance from the garden. The furnishings are the property of the villa with the colors of the time.
The Villa was built at the confluence of the two valleys, an ancient border post marked by the Middle Ages, then demolished, thanks to its strategic position to be a stop station for travelers of the past.
The ancient consecrated and officiated Church was a reference for the campaigns and subject of great devotion. A large stone staircase leads to the first floor, enclosed in marbled arches and flooded with the light of the garden spreading from the windows of the mezzanine, climbing up to the Nobile floor which consists of: a fully frescoed and finely furnished room, having its own space, the entrance hall is separate from the other rooms with an ancient gate allowing for intimacy and privacy, the bathroom has retained the elements of the early twentieth century, ceramics were the furniture of the "Comfortable Places" intended for people of a some level.
The view of the garden and the old stables make it pleasantly silent. A corridor full of decorations leads to the two finely frescoed rooms that are: a suite with a living room and fireplace from the windows of which you enjoy a breathtaking view, Montepulciano seems to be able to touch but the view extends down to the Valdichiana and the Apennine chain, San Biagio and Montefollonico. The second room is really from other times, the large tub inside and the bathroom enclosed in a Tromp l'oeil as it was used in the ancient make it special and evocative, the ceiling-inspired ceiling inspired by musical motives completes this picture that leaves you surprised. If you still want to get to the second floor from which you really enjoy a unique view, there are 5 rooms that are always finely furnished with spectacular views.
Adjacent to the Villa, both the stables and two further annexes have been well renovated.
which are cozy apartments with lounge, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.