The estate is split in two parts divided by the Chiantigiana road, which connects Valdarno to Chianti Classico.
By one side there’s the 18th century Villa, impressive and majestic, marked by the long tree-lined boulevard. On the other side there’s the farm with its own residences, surrounded by the hills and vineyards.
Each apartment is connected by a wide courtyard, -formerly the estate’s barnyard- which allows the access to the swimming pool in just a few steps.
In the outdoor space, through the hedges and the gardens, there are also some elements that recall
the farmhouse history: cellars, silos and white paths.
Those evidences, hark back the visitors to the old but still current vocation of Tenuta San Jacopo.