Built on a hill covered in olive grove and overlooking the Valdinievole valley near the Medieval village of Montevettolini a 16th Century villa of imposing beauty and serenity.
Off the beaten path, a medieval castello nestled in the most verdant and remote Tuscan landscape, but close to the coastline of breathtaking Maremma.
Surrounded by vineyards in the heart of the Chianti Classico wine region Villa Rignana has broad views and a great location near Badia a Passignano between Florence and Siena.
Set amidst a rolling landscape of alternating vineyards and woodland, this villa boasts both a rich history and magnificent views, less than half an hour away from Florence.
A spacious property on the spectacular Monte Argentario with astounding views over three medieval Spanish fortresses and out to sea.
A luxuriously refurbished 17th Century villa set at the foot of a rolling landscape just outside the city of Lucca known for its thermal waters and proximity to the coast.
Only 20 minutes from downtown Florence, set in scenic and rolling landscape, a breathtaking castle presides over a medieval borghetto.
Located at the very heart of the Chianti wine region between towns like Castellina, Panzano, Radda and Greve.
A safe distance from Tuscany’s tourist attractions these two fabulous properties are exceptional Italian getaways.
Set in fifty acres of pine forest and olive groves outside the hilltop town of Lucca the 19th Century villa is adorned with original frescoes.
A restored 16th Century casa colonica which many centuries ago was a farm house and guard tower for the nearby Castello di Mugnana.
This 13th Century property was once a free standing hilltop borgo or small village with wide views over the valleys and towns surrounding it.
A private and luxurious villa in Maremma, an area far from civilization and untouched by progress for centuries known as Tuscany’s Far West.
A magnificent historic hilltop castle only a stone's throw from the village of Montespertoli high in the hills of the Pesa Valley in the counrtyside surrounding Florence.
Recently transformed into a luxurious guesthouse, this tiny hamlet was originally a hunting lodge, then a residence for workers on the estate belonging to Count Bernardini.
A late 19th century villa designed by Giuseppe Poggi, one of Florence’s greatest architects, near the small town of Impruneta renowned for its terracotta and olive oil.
An ancient lookout tower with views of the Tuscan coastline and the marine park contained in the bay of Argentario. A scene from James Bond 007 Quantum of Solace was filmed on the main terrace.
Perched on a hilltop at Strada in Chianti, a short ride from Florence along the ancient Chiantigiana road towards Sienna, this former Buddhist and yoga retreat is now a family getaway home.
A Siena brick 15th Century villa with perfect 360° panorama over the Val di Chiana: Cortona, Montepulciano and Lake Trasimeno.
Set in the Tuscan countryside just outside the Medieval walled village of Lucignano, this fabulous private home offers a very high standard of comfort and style.
It's as if time stopped at this property, an ancient villa to rent in Tuscany, near Florence, which holds on to the charme of ancient Tuscan homes.