San Raffaello

Our Vision

The Castello del Nero Estate in Tavernelle Val di Pesa, Tuscany, has embarked on an investment programme to fully restore and integrate its 300 hectares (740 acres) to organic agricultural production, to coincide with the exclusive private sale of five mediaeval villas located in the Tuscan countryside.

The estate is offering these secluded 15th – 17th Century villas for sale off plan, which have been developed to project and planning stage, and are ready to be sensitively transformed and restored into bespoke luxury homes.

Each residence will be completely restored and curated to the exact personal specifications of the new owner resulting in five luxurious, unparalleled and unique homes that are distinct from one another in terms of style, colour scheme and layout.

The residences promise a harmonious blend of comfort and elegance with grand open spaces, vaulted ceilings, private swimming pools and landscaped gardens that sit seamlessly in the surrounding estate. Each restoration will be completed using only the highest quality materials, will retain the authentic Tuscan nuances and will feature the best of modern living amenities.

Eco- friendly ‘technology’ will be employed throughout the design and structure.

Competitive financial packages are available on request.


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