Holiday house with pool and beautiful view in Montaione
Holiday home for 14 - 18 persons
Situated with stunning views and within walking distance to the city
The villa is highly situated with stunning views of the beautiful hilly landscape. The villa is surrounded by 5 hectares of olive trees and vineyards. The cities of San Gimignano, Certaldo and Volterra are located within a distance of 20 km. Within 5 minutes you are in the charming village of Montaione, where there are shopping possibilities, supermarket and restaurants.
The area is an ideal starting point for excursions and other activities. Trekking, horse riding, tennis and golf (Castelfalfi) are within easy reach. You can also choose to relax at the pool (with jacuzzi) and enjoy the panoramic views surrounded by a nice and well-kept garden.
This old country house has been beautifully decorated with antique furniture, tiled floors, beamed ceilings and murals. The residence is suitable for several families who travel together as the main house is furnished with two separate apartments with each entrance and a separate house (from 2018). The apartments in the main house have direct access to each other through a double door from the living rooms. In the main house you also access to a room with washing machine.
Main house: Apartment 1 - 4 + 2 persons - 110 m2 Ground floor: Large living and dining area with kitchen area. In the living room there is a double sofa bed, satellite TV and a fireplace. Bathroom with shower and toilet. 1st floor: Two large bedrooms with double bed. Two bathrooms with shower and toilet. Air conditioning in the bedrooms. Mosquito nets in front of all windows.
Apartment 2 - 6 + 2 persons - 110 m2 Ground floor: Large living and dining area with kitchen area. In the living room there is a double sofa bed, satellite TV and fireplace. Bathroom with shower and toilet. First floor: Three bedrooms with double bed. Two bathrooms with shower and toilet. Air conditioning in the bedrooms. Mosquito nets in front of all windows.
Separate House - 2-4 persons: House (built in 2018) situated 100 meters from the main house with its own garden and large nice terrace (partly covered) around the house. Living room with double sofa bed, kitchen with dining area, bedroom with double bed and bathroom with shower and toilet. This house is equipped with air conditioning. Mosquito nets in front of all windows.
In addition, there is anoter small separate building with a large room with pizza, which it is possible to rent (photo 34 +35). The supplement for this is approx. EUR 450 - 660 per week depending on the period.
Supplement for more than 12 persons: 75,00 EUR per person / week
During the low season the owner propose a dinner that many of the guests call "pizza night". It's a dinner with spaghetti and "ALL YOU CAN EAT PIZZA" with drinks included. Guests can also take part in preparing and cooking pizza in the wood oven!
Please notice! Not air-conditioning in all rooms/bedrooms. See specification under “Rooms”.
The price is based on 12 persons – extra charge of 75 EUR/person/week for more than 12 guests in sofa beds.
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