Villa Scianellone – Video

14 January 2015

Villa Scianellone is situated in a panoramic position only 1,5 km far  from the village of Torrita di Siena, characteristic Medieval town, endowed with shops, restaurants and all kind of facilities. For those who love walking, the village can be also reached on foot. Within a short driving you can reach the beautiful villages of Montefollonico (10 km) and Montepulciano (12 km) which are worth a visit to taste the typical dishes and the renowned wines such as 'Nobile di Montepulciano'.

Villa Scianellone is surrounded by luxuriant olive groves, vineyards and meadows which are part of the property. All around it a wide garden (approx. 5000 m2) where you can find a fresh pinewood equipped with outdoor dining area, barbecue, children playground and a panoramic swimming pool (size m. 5x10 - depth m. 1,20-1,80). Furnishing is of good quality and there are many equipment (oven, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, freezer, toaster, fruit squeezer, filter coffee machine, satellite TV, Wi-Fi Internet access)as guarantee for a comfortable and pleasant stay.

Rental Prices for Villa Scianellone starting from Euro 1.840 per week.

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