The Maisonettes have been fashioned from the buildings near the main villa which once were homes for people who worked at Borgo Pignano until shortly after World War II.
They range in size from one to three bedrooms (all with en-suite bathrooms). Each features a small kitchen and comfortable living area.
La Legnaia was originally used to store firewood and is near the entry to the main villa.Explore
This cozy maisonette overlooks the steps leading to the Church.Explore
La Stallina is a gracious maisonette set in an ancient seventeenth-century building that once served as a stable.Explore
This lovely split-level maisonette offers beautiful views of the rolling Tuscan hills and the medieval town of Volterra.Explore
This attractive maisonette features a spacious master bedroom, a loft overlooking a large living and dining room, an original wood burning stove and a fully equipped kitchen.Explore
Il Pozzo - the well - is located in front of the hamlet’s old well, this charming three-storey maisonette features a spacious and comfortable living and dining room with a fully equipped country kitchen, a wood burning stove and a guest bathroom on the ground floor.Explore
Located on the ground floor of a seventeenth century building just steps away from the main villa.Explore
L’Antica Stalla – the old stable – is a splendid maisonette with a sophisticated and timeless Tuscan style.Explore
Casa del Borgo is a true summer house, where everyone will find a favorite spot. There are three bedrooms with individual bathrooms, a studio kitchen and a private patio.Explore
Casa del Guardia is a spacious maisonette occupying the entire first floor of a seventeenth-century building with a beautiful, natural stone exterior. During the nineteenth century this was the home of the guard of the estate.Explore