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Located in the Argentario cape, close to Porto Ercole and Porto S.

Casa Cicci is a lovely apartment located in an ancient XVIII century rural hamlet, designed by the architect Fossombroni.

Once the hunting lodge, Villa Caccia has been recently completely restored to the highest standards combining all the modern comforts with traditional Tuscan details and original materials such a
Villino Laura is an old mill immersed in the picturesque green Tuscan countryside only few kilometres from Cortona and has been completely restored maintaining its original charm.
This luxurious, aristocratic villa, belonging to two of the area’s most noble families, nestles against a hill in Lucchesia, Cappella di Lucca, in the very heart of the countryside and yet only f
The pale yellow Villa Le Stagioni stands in its extensive grounds with paved areas and velvet lawns surrounded by Tuscan trade mark cypress trees.
Villa sul Colle is an original old farmhouse which has been completely restored to very high standards, in keeping with the traditional Tuscan country style.
Situated on a hillside and surrounded by the vineyards of a famous local wine producing farm, Villa Al Pozzo is the ideal place to spend a holiday in complete relaxation and tranquility.
Villa Abbadia is an ancient country house located in the village of Abbadia di Montepulciano about 10 km from Montepulciano.
Recently restored, Villa Tranquilla is an exclusive ground floor villa set in a stunning panoramic position with large French doors opening directly onto the garden.

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