Explore a Tranquil Tuscan Estate Asking $3.3M in the Chianti Aretino Region

If you like a glass of Chianti Classico with your dinner, or at any time at all, an opportunity has arisen to live in the very region where it is created. The Italian countryside estate, known as Via Poggio alle monache, is positioned perfectly on a hillside of the less-touristy, Chianti Aretino region of Tuscany.  Built in 1700, the property near Arezzo sits on just under 15 acres and holds two stone farmhouses externally largely unchanged from their rustic, charming origins. Inside, warm spaces for luxury living await. Asking €2.9 million, or approximately $3.28 million, the residence has aged like the finest of wines.

The current owners currently use Via Poggia as a relais, or countryside hotel. Despite the humbleness of the estate’s past, its grand scale makes such accommodations possible. Between the romantic farmhouses, 11 bedrooms and 12 full bathrooms lie within 10,763 square feet. In addition to counting an ensuite, each bedroom enjoys a fireplace and walls decorated by hand.

Elsewhere on the property, a swimming pool cuts a semi-circle in the landscape and overlooks the simple green of the hills below. A heated jacuzzi and winter garden complete the roster.

Whether looking at it as an investment opportunity or an Italian getaway for all your holidays, the Tuscan estate can fulfill a buyer’s dreams. Eleonora Benetti of Italy Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.