Sweeping vistas of the whole Val d'Orcia, including Monte Amiata, looking south and west, with spectacular sunsets over Pienza and Montalcino in a setting that is private and serene. These characteristics make this location idyllic and equally breathtaking when viewed from various rooms. The main house has origins which date from the 14th century and was last added onto in 1728, then renovated in 1990. The main house has three stories with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The structure surrounds a gated brick courtyard, which enjoys full sun in winter and joins the main house to a guest house. The latter has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Both houses reflect rustic Tuscan architecture, impeccably rendered, with terra cotta tile floors and chestnut-beamed open ceilings, combined with large windows providing a sunlit, airy ambience. Among the main house's distinctions are its partially subterranean ancient wine cellar and professionally equipped modern kitchen with access to a large bread/pizza oven in the courtyard. A separate building has a two car garage and joins a large room suitable for a spa with broad doors opening onto a spectacular view. The building complex is surrounded by an 11,000 square metre garden (more than 2.5 acres) landscaped with mature perennials, roses, fruit trees, ancient oaks and sculpture. The garden is outfitted with an automatic irrigation system. The property includes over 200 olive trees. The property is versatile in its usage, from a large family home to corporate retreats, a cooking school, B&B, or workshop venue.