The largest of the Castello del Nero Estate developments, San Michele is comprised of a primary home, and an independent guest quarters. Situated in a very private location, San Michele overlooks enchanting Tuscan rolling hills and is shaded by the large trees typical of the area. Literally in the midst of olive groves, the two buildings sit close to the estate’s private chapel located at the entrance to the San Michele property, all enchantingly isolated on the hillside.
Across the green valley, two lakes are just moments away. The tree-lined hillsides around San Michele are dotted with smaller buildings, winding country paths, and graceful crop formations.
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