The Tagliapietra family acquired the Abbey in 1989, and immediately set about restoring the entire estate. For the Abbey, the process lasted 3 whole years, while the restoration of the old farm buildings and houses scattered around the estate took 11 years in total.
The old walls were restored and the various spaces repurposed to suit more modern requirements. However, every part of the process was planned and executed with a view to leaving the ancient essence of the site unaltered, working in complete harmony with history and nature.
Position : Countryside/Lake
Airport : Firenze – FLR in 144 km
Railway Station : Siena in 89 km
An 11th-century abbey with the church and 11 converted farmhouses and outbuildings spread across a 2000-acre estate, of which over half are wooded, at the edge of the Val d’Orcia, itself a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The structure is surrounded by nature, halfway between Florence and Rome, easily accessible by all means.