A magnificent Renaissance palace, the ancient residence of the Piccolomini counts, as testified by the coat of arms above the entrance door, and witness to a sumptuous past since Pope Aeneas Piccolomini, Silvio Piccolomini and the poet Giosuè Carducci all stayed here. It is located in the ancient mediaeval village of Celle Sul Rigo in the southern Tuscan countryside characterised by numerous Renaissance palaces that testify to its importance being located not only in the Val D'Orcia
Unesco heritage site, but also along the Via Francigena on the border between Umbria and Lazio, just 4 km from the famous Fonteverde spa in San Casciano dei Bagni. The palace has been skilfully restored while maintaining intact its Renaissance character and all those details that make it even more prestigious and real, for those who enter for the first time, that feeling of taking a plunge into the past world of Renaissance nobility.
It covers 630 square metres divided into ground floor, first floor and second floor with an internal garden with a 17th century well and a cellar dug out of tuff. On the ground floor we find rooms with original floors where carriages used to enter and semi-circular walls for parking them, an old kitchen, the cellar, a dining room, entrance to the garden and a bathroom. Going upstairs we find a living room, a dining room with access to the garden both frescoed, a kitchen, three bedrooms and two bathrooms. On the second floor there are six bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms, a study and a dressing room. As service rooms we find on the ground floor a technical room and a garage.
This prestigious property is for sale with almost all the furnishings present as can best be seen in the photo gallery.
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