Biological Hamlet Cottage Charming and efficient biologically friendly Tuscan haybarn…
SR429, 1, 53017 Radda in Chianti SI, Italia
This particular and fascinating farmhouse, Poggio a Spandole, is located in the heart of Chianti, a region renowned worldwide for its wine production, approximately 5 km from the nearest town, Radda in Chianti, a half-hour’s drive from Siena and an hour’s drive from Florence.
It is a farmhouse, built in the early twentieth century, isolated and surrounded by 5 acres of lawn and
woods, an ideal place for a restful and rejuvenating vacation.
The house is comprised on the ground floor of: a large living room with fireplace attached to a large
covered terrace, a hallway, a bedroom with double bed, open terrace and bathroom with shower, a dining
room, a kitchen and a pantry with laundry and ironing. Just oustide there is another covered patio area
with wood-burning bread oven.
On the first floor there is a television room, the first bedroom with a double bed, the second bedroom
with two twin beds plus a double bed, a bathroom (with separate tub, and shower / turkish bath) and a
walk in closet in the hallway. In the master suite there is a library, a bedroom with double bed and
bathroom (jacuzzi tub) and private walk-in closet.
Outside, there is a lounge area and a dining table in stone in the front lawn and another dining table just
beyond the swimming pool (6 x 12 meters).
The house has telephone, internet, 2 TVs, dishwasher, washing machine and fully equipped cook’s
Poggio a Spandole has a great and particular charm and although maintaining the rural character of the structure and the classic style typical of the area it has a personal and artistic touch. The style of both the interiors and the exteriors reflects the passion for art of the owner, an art dealer and collector. The interiors result therefore in a classic farmhouse with antique furniture and traditional materials such as cotto floors and beamed ceilings, with a special feel given by the several works of modern art spread throughout. The owner has also tried to enhance the relationship between architecture, landscape and natural resources using only natural materials such as wood and stone for the outside furniture. Some exterior furniture has been intentionally covered with moss to emphasize the harmony with the environment.
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