House with character in the heart of Chianti, Tusc

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From $136 / night

Greve, Tuscany, Italy
House with character in the heart of Chianti, Tusc
5 bedrooms
8 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 3.5
Sleeps: 8
Type: Guesthouse
Per night: €180
Per week: €900 - €1,100
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: No
Description of the Greve vacation guesthouse rental
House / Villa 8 persons.
7 room(s) , of which 5 Bedroom(s), Duplex, Sleeping area, Independent kitchen, Living room, Dining room, 1 bathroom, 1 shower room, 2 separate toilets, Terrace, Loggia, Balcony
Surface area : 280 m2 / 3012 sqft, Garden : 2000 sqm/ 21500 sqft
Year of construction : 1850, Date of last renovation : 1990

Claudia Trisciuoglio

Area Information
Chianti provides opportunities for a unique style of vacation where you can find a relaxing place to stay in one of the many beautifully restored farmhouses of the area and yet still be within easy reach of the art cities such as Florence, Siena, Lucca and Pisa.
Greve in Chianti, which is named after the river that runs through it, is the chief town of the Chianti Classico wine zone, home to Chianti's largest wine fair, held every September. It is the shopping centre of the Chianti farm house holidays area that surrounds it. At the end of the Dark Ages, Greve developed on the flat ground of the Greve valley as the market for the fortified villages, castles and farm houses on the surrounding hilltops. In 1325 it was burned to the ground by Castruccio Castracani, the Duke of Lucca. Nevertheless, Greve expanded considerably during the 14th and 15th centuries, and, after the unification of Italy, became the most important centre of Chianti. The rebuilt church of Santa Croce, which houses some beautiful paintings of the school of Fra Angelico, stands at the top of the asymmetrical main piazza, Piazza Matteotti (picture above). The original piazza is shown as square in old documents but the construction of buildings, porticoes and loggias has encroached on it over the years so that it is now triangular, pointing to the neoclassical facade of Santa Croce. On one side of the piazza is a statue of the explorer Giovanni da Verrazano (also spelt Verrazzano) who discovered New York Harbour. A house associated with the family of Amerigo Vespucci is located in nearby Montefioralle.

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Aug 25 2017 Sep 01 2017 €180 €180 €1,100 €4,900 -
Sep 01 2017 Sep 29 2017 €180 - €900 €4,900 -
Check In: 6 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Deposits: 300,00€
Payment Options: Money Order
Other Fees: Booking 30% bank transfer, final cleaning 15,00€ per person, pets allowed paying extra 20,00€, balance payment and cleanings to the delivery of the keys CASH.
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