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Villa Aiola is a strikingly beautiful, restored country house that is part of a 1700-acre estate located in the Val d’Orcia region in southern Tuscany.
Al Valentino is the ideal villa for those looking to explore and relax in the Tuscan countryside as well as to enjoy the endless coastline of Versilia and the vibrant coastal towns close by the property such as Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Forte dei Marmi with their many restaurants, shops and art galleries.
Just a twenty-minute drive from the pedestrian city of Lucca, Villa Alata boasts a couple of unique and unexpected characteristics: it is built into the marble side of a hill and its roof opens to naturally ventilate its interiors.
Come and experience the charm of Tuscany, and specifically the medieval walled city of Siena, a city like no other, with its historical pedestrian center and fascinating narrow streets.
Surrounded by a picture-perfect landscape, near the quaint village of Sovicille and only a 20-minute drive from Siena, Allegra is an elegant Italian villa composed of a main building having approx. 2,800 square feet of living space, and an independent wing of approx. 680 square feet and with an independent entrance.
The area to the south of Siena is called Val d’Orcia that over the centuries has been shaped by wind, rain, man and herds of sheep, creating a unique landscape rich with a timeless atmosphere.