Modern Villa for rent in Val D’Orcia, Siena. Modern renovated country house of 650 square meters with 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms spread over 3 levels, a splendid large swimming pool and an enclosed garden of 2 hectares, with various relaxation areas and a beautiful patio equipped for lunches and dinners. The standard of the Villa is very high, both for the renovation, the furnishings and the comforts. The property is located within a 700-hectare estate that ensures total privacy and enjoys a spectacular view of the hills of the Val D’Orcia located in southern Tuscany in the province of Siena.
Interior of the Villa: on the lower floor there is a bedroom with bathroom with tub and chromotherapy shower, a large laundry area with 2 washing machines and a dryer, a large room with a sofa, desk, chairs and a gym. On the ground floor there is a very large living area, perfect for hosting parties, a TV room, dining room, a modern fully equipped kitchen with 2 ovens, microwave, ice maker, large fridge, freezer. Off the dining room there is a patio for al fresco dining with a pizza oven. The 16 x 5 meter two-sided infinity pool also has a patio. There is a guest toilet. There are also 2 bedrooms with bathrooms with showers opening onto the garden. Upstairs there are 3 large bedrooms with bathrooms with showers and bathtubs. One has direct access from the garden. There is an elevator. The house is equipped with wifi and air conditioning. There is a tv in every room.
There are several sitting areas in the garden for privacy and relaxation.
The interior combines a blend of contemporary design, contemporary art from the owner’s personal collection and antiques, comfortable sofas and armchairs for guests to enjoy. The price indicated may change according to the services requested and the number of people occupying the home.
Location: It is an uncontaminated area that extends from the hills south of Siena to the cone of Monte Amiata, once a volcano. Characterized by gentle, undulating and cultivated hills and fields in the middle of which are the characteristic clay-colored Crete Senesi, which create pale, strange and lunar landscapes. In 2004 the Val D’Orcia was included in the Unesco world heritage for its cultural and natural beauties.