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The Property

The property is surrounded by 5 hectares of farmland and enjoys breath-taking all-round views of the “Crete Senesi”, the clay hills of Siena. At its centre is a large garden, about one hectare in size, with a rectangular red brick farmhouse in traditional Tuscan style. The farmhouse measures about 300 square metres and contains five double rooms with ensuite bathrooms and a large living area. Outside are two loggias, one furnished as an outdoor lounge adjacent to the living room, and another adjacent to the kitchen, set up for al fresco dining. In the centre of the garden is a large 500 square metre fully fenced pool area with a 14×6 metre infinity pool, two large shady gazebos and a dining area with an outdoor kitchen. There is also a bowling alley court  in the garden and a panoramic terrace with a jacuzzi hot tub overlooking the Tuscan hills.


The Villa

The Villa includes a large living area with an open-space kitchen, a dining room, a fireplace room and a TV room. The living area also includes two spacious loggias, one for use as a dining room and the other as a lounge. The five double bedrooms include two master bedrooms; all of them have their own ensuite bathrooms. The villa was renovated recently, blending modern style and comfort with Tuscan tradition.

Pool area, bowling alley & jacuzzi

A garden measuring about one hectare features a 18 m. long bowling alley, a 500 square metre fully fenced pool area around a 14-metre infinity pool, two large gazebos and a dining area an outdoor kitchen and a lounge around a firepit. Lastly our guest will enjoy a jacuzzi hot but for 6 located in a panoramic terrace overlooking the tuscan hills.

Amenities and Facilities

The recent thorough renovations of the farmhouse’s interior and exterior provide all the comforts and accessories required for a truly unforgettable holiday.

Brief History

Our research leads us to believe that the farm dates back to the years between 1610 and 1643. The farmhouse was built by the Massari family, whose members held very prominent positions in all the offices of the Commune and the Republic of Siena. The farm was passed into the hands of the Cerretani family early in the 18th century, before returning to the Massari family in 1842. More recently, just after the turn of the millennium, Giulio Massari, a descendent of the family, decided to renovate the property for use as a farm holiday establishment. In 2020 Il Poggino was sold to its current owner, Andrea Buda, who performed major renovation work both indoors and outdoors to make Il Poggino the refined, elegant holiday destination it is today.

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