Villa Vistarenni is located in the most picturesque region of Tuscany, where they produce the famous wine Chianti. It boasts a 500-acre plot of land, which is protected by the Italian Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Environmental Protection. The villa was built in the 17th century by the noble family of Prince Ferdinand Strotza, and then became the property of Baron Giorgio Sonnino. Its architectural value is priceless and the facade of the building carries unique value.The villa includes 7 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 13 people in the comfortable suites. The daily maid service, a personal chef and access to the internet via wi-fi connection are just some of the benefits of this exceptional villa, while its outside spaces boast a beautiful garden and tennis court.
Each of the 7 suites tells an interesting chapter in modern Italian history. Suite 4 hosted the first queen of Italy, Margaret of Savoy, wife of Umberto of Savoy; Suite 5 is dedicated to Santa Maria Magdalene of Tripe and Suite 3 was used by the first owner of the house, Giannozzo da Cepparello, in 1621.
BEDROOMS AND BATHROOMS
SUITE 1: Principe Ferdinando Strozzi owner since 1852 for 40 years, he was member of the Tuscany assembly and senator of the Reign in 1860 - Large and comfortable room, vaulted ceiling, furnished in a style, a desk, a terracotta floor. Bathroom with bath with shower, hair dryer, bath products. It is possible to add an extra bed and a cot. Safe
SUITE 2: Barone Giorgio Sonnino owner since 1892 and senator of the Reign in 1868, he was the brother of Sidney Sonnino, president of the Council of Ministers from 1906 to 1909 - Large, elegant and comfortable room, vaulted ceiling, stylishly furnished, terracotta floor. Bathroom with bath with shower, hair dryer, bath products. It is possible to add an extra bed and a cot.
SUITE 3: Giannozzo da Cepparello was the first owner in 1621 - Bride and functional room, with the ceiling with the projection of the beams, furnished in style, a desk, the floor of cotton. Bathroom with bath with shower, hair dryer, bath products. It is possible to add a cot.
SUITE 4: Regina Margherita di Savoia First Queen ofItaly, wife of Umberto I of Savoy, she was guest in 1898 and she slept in this room. Double room with four-poster bed with connecting room alone, the ceiling is painted with frescoes, furnished in style, with satin tapestry. Bathroom with bath with shower, hair dryer, bath products. It is possible to add a cot.
Suite 5: Magdalena de' Pazzi The chapel of the Villa is dedicated to the Florentine Saint Maria Magdalena de' Pazzi (1566-1607) - Married and functional bedroom, view over the enchanting Chianti hills towards Radda in Chianti, with the ceiling with exposed beams, furnished in style.Small bathroom with tub with shower, hair dryer, bath products. It is possible to add a cot. It is possible to transform into twin beds.
Suite 6: Barone di Enrico Guzolini Cervicati last propietor in 1943, husband of Baroness Sonnino Elena- Married and functional room, view of the enchanting Chianti hills, furnished in style. Bathroom with bath with shower, hair dryer, bath products. It is possible to add an extra bed and a cot.
Suite 7: Andrea Brogelli detto farm manager Drea in 1895- Single room with balcony overlooking the alley of cypresses, furnished in style, terracotta floor. Cosy, with an upholstered bed covered in original Carrara white marble.Bathroom with shower, hairdryer, bath products.