The castle of Marsiliana. Spot the pool in the garden
Massimo-Terrace, view onto castle
Massimo-Terrace, view onto castle
6 guests
3 bedrooms
5 beds
2 baths
6 guests
3 bedrooms
5 beds
2 baths
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The space

Descritpion of the apartment: Through the entrance and a hall on the ground floor a staircase leads up to the spacious, sunny living room on the first floor. The centre of the house is the large adjoining kitchen and dining room with fireplace. It opens up onto a small terrace which is furnished with a table and chairs for meals outside. A few steps away, across the courtyard, the pool is located in a charming part of the garden which one reaches by crossing the courtyard. The sandy beaches are at a distance of 14 km.

Description of the location: From the distance, Marsiliana might look like a castle, but as you reach the top of the hill and drive through the gate it resembles an informal hamlet. The surrounding 2800 Ha property is comparable to a natural preserve where wild boars, porcupines, roebucks, tortoises, badgers and herons live in an undisturbed surrounding.

A lesser known and therefore all the more captivating part of Tuscany, the Maremma extends along the southern Tuscan coast. As it moves away from the sea, the land slowly rises, shaping hills covered in olive groves, fields and woods. The hamlet of Marsiliana stands on top of the first small hill, only 14 kms from the sea. It is the centre of a property which consists mainly of woodland and mediterranean macchia. The views from the Castello della Marsiliana are marvelous, looking out onto the sea to one direction, onto olive groves, farstretching fields and rolling hills on the other.

The Estate was originally 8000 Hectares, reduced to 3000 by state expropriation. Over 95% remains woodland, and of the remaining 150, just 18 hectares of the finest land has been transformed into vineyards by Duccio Corsini, since 1995. In 1759 the Corsini family brought agriculture to the previously malaria infested swamp that was the Maremma. Today it is the new frontier for Tuscan agriculture. Here Duccio continues to forge new ground and is at the forefront of those bringing new wine making techniques to the region.
The village of Marsiliana lies at less than 1 km from the house. Here you will find a supermarket, 2 bars, a bank and a post office.

From the distance, Marsiliana might look like a castle, but as you reach the top of the hill and drive through the gate it resembles an informal hamlet. The surrounding 2800 Ha property is comparable to a natural preserve where wild boars, porcupines, roebucks, tortoises, badgers and herons live in an undisturbed surrounding.


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Welcome! I am the founder and CEO of Trust&Travel, an agency specialised in holiday rentals on some of Italy's finest historical estates.

Born and raised in Vienna, Austria I went to Italy when I was 18 and soon started working with wine estates in the Chianti area. Life in the Tuscan countryside was a revelation to me. I encountered genuine and authentic people with strong roots and traditions living in a country of endless beauty. It rapidly became clear that I could make myself useful in this setting by giving the estate owners advice on how to welcome foreign travellers and spread the word about their estates.

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