Villa Bellissima VI, Italy
Villa Bellissima VI is a picturesque 300-year-old farmhouse renovated to be rented out to the rich looking for an intimate holiday spot near Sienna, Italy. It is reached through an unpaved road of 2.5 miles, and about eight miles from Orvieto and a train station going to Rome.
With a picturesque view of the 800-year-old Umbrian countryside, Villa Bellissima VI is thought to be the only route to Rome of Canterbury pilgrims during the medieval times.
The brick house welcomes guests with a massive covered patio complete with tables, chairs, BBQ grill, and fireplace ideal for al fresco dining. Outside, Villa Bellissima VI also boasts a 20×46-feet fenced infinity pool with Jacuzzi, gym room, Ping-Pong and foosball tables, basketball court, and a well-maintained wine cellar.
The main house has two floors with six huge bedroom suites equipped with their own bathrooms (some with Jacuzzi tubs and walk-in showers), a comfy living room with fireplace and large flat-screen TV, a home office with books and PC, country kitchen with modern appliances, and a laundry room.
The Villa Bellissima VI house has central air-conditioning, satellite TV, Wi-Fi, telephone, and safe to put in valuables inside each bedroom.
Villa Bellissima VI is rented out on a weekly basis for a whopping 137,000 per week, or about $19,500 a night. Additional fees incur if renting out the 9-seater Mercedes Sprinter or Mercedes Vito Automatic for tours nearby.
Guests stay at the house exclusively, with the owner staying at the adjacent private property ready to assist with grocery shopping or organizing massages, food deliveries, or other services. The owner, who shares the area’s history and other trivia, invites guests for an outdoor pizza dinner cooked from her wood-burning oven.
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