Converted farmhouse into a luxury villa in Tuscany

Arrighi’s history dates back to the 11th century and remnants of this era remain. It originally served as a watch tower, with an adjoining fortified farmhouse both with commanding views over the Niccone Valley and the Tuscan countryside. The villa has been meticulously restored and consists of a Main House and Guest Cottage. The imposing L-shaped main house was the former fortified farmhouse and watch-tower and is approached through the entrance gates which lead past the guest cottage and on to a large paved courtyard with a fountain. The main building itself retains some of Romanesque features which indicate its heritage. It has been renovated to preserve the austere external appearance whilst creating a spacious light modern interior with sandstone flooring and a glass encased external staircase tower. Extensive private grounds and wonderful views over the Reschio Estate and castle, an 18 x 4 m infinity pool and vaulted pool house and the minimal interior make this a truly unique property which delightfully combines an authentic history with the conveniences of the present day. This luxurious vacation rental can be found here.


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Absolutely gorgeous!


This house makes me so sick with envy. I looooove Tuscany, Moraccan, vineyard style homes with very modern upgrades. I mean I just love it. The bathroom especially is just breath taking. That is a place you can just relax, and slip away for a while. I love the open, large historic grounds it is on as well. I wasn’t to impressed with the direction of the bedrooms, I felt they didn’t have a wow pop effect like the rest of the house, and I am wondering, but it looks like there are 2 or three living rooms, I would… Read more »